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Futuristic Speeder
Published 11 months ago
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Thank you for checking out my latest creation. The design draws heavy inspiration from Luke Skywalker's Landspeeder. It was mostly an excuse to use part 30149 which despite being old got reintroduced in the upcoming Hidden Side sets. It's not yet available on Mecabricks and instead has been partially substituted with standard minifig seats.
Check out the part on brickset: https://brickset.com/parts/design-30149

This creation was built by me saabfan. You may download it, render it and built it in real life but please always include my name if you post it online.
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Scrubs
11 months ago
I ordered set 70422
saabfan
11 months ago
Awesome! I can’t wait to see the part once you get around to making it.
saabfan
11 months ago
It’ll also be interesting to see of the mold has changed in some places like the underside for example.
Scrubs
11 months ago
I'll let you know when I will receive it probably on Monday.
saabfan
11 months ago
Thank you Apocalypticbrick! @Scrubs I can’t thank you enough for all the work you put into this amazing website.
ApocalypticBrick
11 months ago
You're welcome, yes. Scrubbs has probably made a wonderful thing, MECABRICKS! Mecabricks is probably the website I have ever visited!!
ApocalypticBrick
11 months ago
I mean't to say, Mecabricks is the website I have visited most!
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