BEHOLD: the mighty MAZ 7310! I have been working on this project, which is over two feet long, nine inches wide, and consists of over 7100 pieces, for almost two years! I sat at my computer for hours a day, sometimes, studying blueprints, building, taking apart, and building some more. Also, not included in the photo, are two interchangeable Diesel engines, a mechanic's tool kit, fuel drums, batteries, and cargo crates. It is a (mostly) accurate representation of the real world, Soviet-era MAZ 7310 Uragan Cargo Truck. (MAZ means Minsk Automobile Plant, in Russian.) Not enough people know about this mechanical marvel, and I want to make sure that the real vehicle is never forgotten.