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Classic Space Pocket Money Contest 3 - My Entry
About this creation
Aaaah ! The third edition of the coolest Lego contest ever ! I had to build something.

David and David have added an interesting new rule this year : the "Innovation Category".
As I have already build hundred of CS vehicles in my life, I was mainly interested to see if I could
find a good, funny idea for this new category.

As usual, the idea came when I started playing with my old parts from the 80's...
And it was an hilarious one...

Ladies and gentlemen, let me introduce you to the most silly vehicle ever created by the Classic Space
Agency : the Mobile Pole Dance Stage !




The Mobile Pole Dance Stage [codename : MP-DS 69] travel from base to base, for the entertainment of the spacemen...




When they see the MP-DS 69, the Spacemen stop working, and start going mental, like the wolf from Tex Avery, if you see what I mean ...




A view from the back of the vehicle. No, no, naughty guys, not from the back of the pole dancers...




Ah, the front section. Well, maybe not the most exciting part, isn't it ? Not enough pole dancers here.




OK, you've been patient, so here's what you're waiting for : a close-up shot of the pole dance stage itself, with the two cuties. Well, they are dressed in astronaut, but it's the price to pay when you live on another planet...



Stop drooling, please, it's supposed to be a serious contest, isn't it ? Well, maybe not.
For the technical informations about this creation : 100 parts exactly, mostly old parts from the CS era.

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First Alternate build : Wacky Space-Race Finish Line !!!

Another totally silly idea. A bit less radical than the main model, but still... So what we got here ?
A finish line, two race vehicles, a podium and a "Pace Car" Rover. I hope that what I write make sense, I feel my english is very rusty ...




And the winner is ... Mister Nick Red !




He's very happy. Because the prize is a private party with the pole dancers.




Can't think of anything funny about the next shot. Heck, I'm not Chris Phipson!



So, 100 parts, again, for this build... Now let's see the second alternate !

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Second Alternate Build : Amphibious Patrol !

The most serious build of the bunch, well in a manner of speaking...




A pair of vehicle used to patrol on the beaches and swamps of distant planets. Well it happens everyday... no ?




The smallest vehicle is mainly used on beaches, to carry scientists specialized in the study of alien crabs and other strange lifeforms. It can also carry two more people in the back. Very practical if the crew meet some pole dancers.






The big vehicle : not much to say about it, it's just pure traditionnal CS nonsensical stuff. That's why we love these stuffs, I presume.





This build, like the previous ones, took exactly 100 parts. I didn't really plan to use the 100 parts in the two alternate, it just happened.

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Here's a last shot, with the 100 parts I've used :



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So that's all, folks !

This contest was a ton of fun, as usual. Sorry for the lame jokes, I couldn't resist ;-)

Hope you'll like my entry - Thanks for watching !



Comments

 I like it 
  January 31, 2016
excellent work ;)
 I made it 
  February 4, 2015
Quoting Parrington Levens Dude it is so good to see you active on this site again.
Thanks Parrington ! Actually I didn't planned to upload a lot here (maybe a compilation from time to time), but I enjoy looking at some creations not found on Flickr, and I admit I love the somewhat peaceful spirit of MOCpage :)
 I like it 
  February 3, 2015
Dude it is so good to see you active on this site again.
 I made it 
  January 31, 2015
Quoting David Roberts Erm, what with Pico selling alcohol and your Pole Dancing stage, I do wonder about the moral tone of this year's contest. It's a horrible thought but those spacemen might be naked under their spacesuits! A great looking CS build, with nice colour separation between the blue tractor unit and the grey trailer. I like the sensors on the front and all of those wheels (a great way to exploit the parts limits!) 8 All of the wheels from the main build come in hand for some great alternative builds, that contrast nicely with the main build and each other. The race is great and looks fun to play with. My favourite is the second alternative. The side by side buggy is classic Lego Space weirdness and the bigger vehicle looks great. Strong, playable fun with good looks. 10 Well the dancers could do a variety of moves: so there's quite a bit of playability there. Plus this is another set in this year's contest which has managed to include three minifigs. The whole build looks strong and good for rolling along. Perhaps it could score higher in this category if the two units could detach or there were some spinning sensors or disco lights? 6 Well Lego have never released a set with this theme, though who knows what goes on in their Billund HQ? It's definitely innovative, though maybe not a totally kid friendly theme. 9 Total 33
Thanks a lot David ! I think my main problem when I do a CS creation, is that I sometime forgot that the target audience is supposed to be kids... It can happen, when CS has follow you during your whole life ;-)
 I made it 
  January 31, 2015
Quoting David Alexander Smith Design classic, its hot and those airtanks leave nothing to the imagination. (8) Alternatives: Super-funky alternatives (7) Playability: This is either gender defying or gender defining, I’m not sure which. We’d have to play with it to find out.. (8) Innovation: Pole dancing, its wrong but I can’t help giving it an (8)
Thank you very much ! I realize the theme of my main build was a bit risky, but I wanted to add to our beloved "childish" CS theme, something really aimed to the AFOLs :-)
 I like it 
  January 31, 2015
Design classic, its hot and those airtanks leave nothing to the imagination. (8) Alternatives: Super-funky alternatives (7) Playability: This is either gender defying or gender defining, I’m not sure which. We’d have to play with it to find out.. (8) Innovation: Pole dancing, its wrong but I can’t help giving it an (8)
 I like it 
  January 30, 2015
Erm, what with Pico selling alcohol and your Pole Dancing stage, I do wonder about the moral tone of this year's contest. It's a horrible thought but those spacemen might be naked under their spacesuits! A great looking CS build, with nice colour separation between the blue tractor unit and the grey trailer. I like the sensors on the front and all of those wheels (a great way to exploit the parts limits!) 8 All of the wheels from the main build come in hand for some great alternative builds, that contrast nicely with the main build and each other. The race is great and looks fun to play with. My favourite is the second alternative. The side by side buggy is classic Lego Space weirdness and the bigger vehicle looks great. Strong, playable fun with good looks. 10 Well the dancers could do a variety of moves: so there's quite a bit of playability there. Plus this is another set in this year's contest which has managed to include three minifigs. The whole build looks strong and good for rolling along. Perhaps it could score higher in this category if the two units could detach or there were some spinning sensors or disco lights? 6 Well Lego have never released a set with this theme, though who knows what goes on in their Billund HQ? It's definitely innovative, though maybe not a totally kid friendly theme. 9 Total 33
 I made it 
  January 30, 2015
Quoting Nils O. How could I forget to write a comment here, before? What a cool idea, pole dancing in space! :-)) Congratulations on the 5th place in the contest! Great job! :-))
Thanks Nils ! Your "retro" Alienator was one my favorite entries this year !
 I like it 
  January 30, 2015
How could I forget to write a comment here, before? What a cool idea, pole dancing in space! :-)) Congratulations on the 5th place in the contest! Great job! :-))
Crimso Giger
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Kevin Yoo
  January 29, 2015
This must be the reason behind their permanent smiles... ;)
 I made it 
  January 29, 2015
Quoting Kevin Yoo This must be the reason behind their permanent smiles... ;)
Exactly ! ^^
 I made it 
  January 13, 2015
Thanks, cheers !
 I like it 
  January 11, 2015
The main build is just too funny, and I like how none of the other builds resemble the others. Great parts usage!
 I like it 
  January 11, 2015
Awesome, super-goofy build. Love it! You should have posed one of the dancers doing inverted splits on thee pole.
 I like it 
  January 11, 2015
Très belle création! Well done!
 I like it 
  January 1, 2015
This is an awesome entry to the CSPMC 3, well done Crimso Giger, i love the extremely classic look to the sets, it truly fits right in with the sets that came out during that era! congratulations and good luck!
 I like it 
  December 30, 2014
Seems like a party to me, Crimso! Cool twist and very CS. I like the race cars as well, cool alternative. Good luck in the contest :)
 I made it 
  December 30, 2014
Thanks everyone !!! It seems my entry pleased only the AFOLs, but I shouldn't be surprised after all, given the subject of the main model - Cheers mates !
 I like it 
  December 26, 2014
Ha ha ha!! A space pole dance!! This one had to be done. Congrats!! A good laugh reading you. Excellent!! I really like the space race too, bright idea (never done before?). I'm waiting for the space swimming pool next year with space Malibu watchers babes... ^^
 I like it 
  December 24, 2014
Glorious parts selection! Pole dancers in space :) Love that 8 wide car at the end there so much. That's what this comp is about, making fun toys, not picture perfect soothies! Great entry here and presentation, neat.
 I like it 
  December 24, 2014
I got dollah bills! Shake it around!!! XD Perfectly irreverent and hilarious. In addition to having some awesome alternates. Excellent!
 I like it 
  December 24, 2014
First Cream CS style. The Mobile Pole Dance Stage is a very innovative contribution. I like all alternatives very much. A nice set
 I like it 
  December 23, 2014
Love the build and the humor.
 I like it 
  December 23, 2014
It looks like there are a lot more models possible than just the three shown.
 I made it 
  December 23, 2014
Thanks a lot Lee and Nick ! I've got to admit that I had more than a few laughs during the build :-)
 I like it 
  December 23, 2014
Laugh out loud funny! I love this, and you've got the innovation thing wrapped up. There's definitely never been one of these before :-)
 I like it 
  December 23, 2014
Bwahahahahaha - love it. Lee.
 I made it 
  December 23, 2014
Thanks a lot everybody, and merry christmas to you !
 I like it 
  December 23, 2014
Great job you did here! But dude, WHERE ARE THE GIRLS??? Love all your alternative builds!
 I like it 
  December 22, 2014
That's disgusting - great job! Awesome alternates, too. Good luck in the contest!
 I like it 
  December 22, 2014
Hilarious! That's so funny. Pole dancing spacemen! I love the alternate builds too. The race cars are awesome! Excellent work! Good luck!
 I like it 
  December 22, 2014
Fun build and cool alternates! Good luck, Dude, and Merry Christmas!
 
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