A plane I built in late May this year. It is based on the TLC set 6745-1: Propeller Power (http://www.brickset.com/detail/?Set=6745-1). My version has a new coat of color and a few added features. Also, it is now able to fit a minifig in its cockpit. Enjoy!
About this creation
Front view. I decided to make a black-dark grey version of the plane after my brother had gotten the Propeller Power set in December, 2009.
Other side view.
The propeller and a bit of the engine.
Better side view of the engine behind the propeller.
Closer view of the wing.
Main body of the aircraft.
As you can see here, I managed to fit a minifig in this plane, without widening the main body. It is still 4 wide.
The rear of the plane.
The tail. Of the plane, not a fish.
When the roof is taken off,
....the minifig can be placed inside.
A simple cockpit with a steering wheel and the pilots seat.
Behind the pilots seat is a small cargo space, which can fit supplies or in this case, his AC8.
Planes wheels and landing lights.
Weapons added on include .50 Caliber machine guns and a bomb on both wings.
The pilot, showing off his AC8.
Flight of the Shadow G6. Yes, that is my hand, not an unidentified alien object.
Flying into Singapore airspace. And yes, that is my hand again.
For some reason, I dropped the plane after the last shot. It just fell out of my hand. Good thing that the damage was light.
And finally, what inspired me to name this plane, 'Shadow G6'.
Look at what I was listening to while taking photos of the plane.