This heli carries 10 troops and 2 pilots. It's play features include removable roof panels, opening hatches, and rotating engines. I tried to stay as close to the real version as I could, but I made some changes based on what would look better in the brick. Enjoy!
Please tell me you have directions for this creation. The only other one that I can find isn't nearly as good looking. I want to buy the instructions and subsequently the parts to send to my brother in Afganistan for Christmas. More that half of our playtime as kids was spent building legos, and now he is flying the V-22 for the Marines having his 40th birthday overseas. Sharing the opportunity to build would be a great morale booster for such a bummer of a time to be on deployment.
dang, that is the best Lego creation I have evar seen!! I am a big fan of the Osprey helicopter. I would totally buy that if I could. If there are instructions I would be so happy if I could get them. I would even pay for the instructions :D Thanks!! my email is: Edzandorlink@gmail.com
Your Oprey is, by far, the most accurate one I have seen, it is fantastic!!! My husband is an Osprey pilot and I cannot stress how badly I would love to purchase one of these for his upcoming promotion. Do you sell the kits or the instructions? I'm a serious buyer!
I am a huge fan of the V22 Osprey i loved it the second i saw it on the military channel and i loved yours the second i saw it i was woundering like all the others are if you could send me some instructions or just some pics of it taken apart some thanks soren.
If you made any innacuracies for the benefit of the brick, you sure hid 'em from me! That's incredibly cool. At first I figured this was one of those 'mini-fig scale' as in 'a mini-fig fits inside it,' but this is just about perfect. Nice job! -- -- Michael
I like it
December 11, 2007
Thanks to the Military Channel I love me some Ospreys and here one of the masters has portrayed one in bricks. Excellent work!