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LL929 Starfleet Voyager (6929 Mod)
My 1979 version of the iconic Starfleet Voyager.
About this creation
The Starfleet Voyager was one of the Lego model I always wanted to have. My cousin had one, one of my friends, too, but I didn’t.

A few years ago I found out that my brother did also “have” one, in a weird kind of way: He had the infamous 1593 “Super Model”, a quite ugly spaceship made with the parts from the Starfleet Voyager and the 6880 Surface Explorer. I didn’t know that before, but back in the early 80s it wasn’t easy to get the building instructions, either.

Now I had three ideas: I could search in my CS boxes for the parts (I’ve traded my Playmobil with my brother’s Lego a few years ago, so his parts are now mine). I could also buy a set on Bricklink. And last, but not least, I could build a modified version of the model using the iconic grey/blue/trans-yellow colour scheme from 1979/1980. As you can see, I chose the third idea.

But I didn’t just want to replace the trans-blue parts with trans-yellow ones and the white parts with blue ones. I tried to modify the design in a way that the Starfleet Voyager looked like a member of the original 1979 space fleet. For that I also eliminated all the parts that were new in 1981 and replaced them with parts available in 1979.

Finally I bought a set of custom printed bricks with “LL 929” Lettering. In fact, the original Starfleet Voyager has the set number 6929. So after the change to 4-digit model numbers and all Space models starting with a six, it is the legitimate “LL 929”.

And now it’s time for some photos:

The cockpit section is new, with one more brick in height above the wings and one less below.

The “backbone” is new, too. I chose to use Technic beams to create a more rigid structure. I also changed the wing shape of the rear part replacing a pair of 4×4 wedge plates with a pair of 4×8 ones.

The cargo area looks quite the same as on the original model. I only changed the inner supports for the cargo box to create room for bigger boxes. Instead of a 4x6x3 box the ship can now carry a 6x6x4 box without changing the exterior shape.

So this is my “LL 929” version of the Lego Classic Space “Starfleet Voyager” in 1979 design. I hope you like it :-)).


 I like it 
  September 18, 2018
Somehow missed the whole Classic Space genre first time around. But now I really enjoy it. Seems like TLG built a =lot= more imagination into those sets than it does now.
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  September 18, 2018
Awesome job! Classic space brings back so many fond memories! Excellent work!
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  September 17, 2018
I was the lucky owner of the set 6929 ... yours is a great interpretation, good job!
 I like it 
  September 17, 2018
LOve this!
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  September 16, 2018
Awesome idea! She looks much better in blue and grey. Can’t wait to see the other mods.
 I made it 
  September 16, 2018
Quoting Leximatic LJ2 Q4R Awesome! Perhaps it is possible for you, to convert more sets of the "white era" into the old "blue-grey era" look?
I already have ;-)) Just take a look on my other Space stuff and you'll find a 6890 Cosmic Cruiser, a digital model for a 6980 Galaxy Commander and my blue/yellow version of the grey/green 6952 Solar Power Transporter. :-))
 I like it 
  September 16, 2018
very nice one!
 I like it 
  September 16, 2018
Awesome! Perhaps it is possible for you, to convert more sets of the "white era" into the old "blue-grey era" look?
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