This ship is the biggest (and heaviest) one I have ever built. It is a seven-deck ship, based on the style of the (Star Trek) Intrepid-class starship. It's twin nacelles are adjustable. It has a bridge section that can function as its own ship. Its shuttle bay can hold ships 20 studs across. It also has two larger land crafts in its ship complement. It has 18 escape pods that are accessible. I still have it intact, sitting on top of one of my bookshelves. It weighs over 200 pounds. I almost couldn't get it off the floor when it was finished! Its also slightly over 7 feet long, over 2 1/2 ft wide and just under 2 feet tall.
Here is the page link where you can click into all the deck detail photos from:
I also want to note that while some people may not prefer the color choices for the ship, as a guy who grew up with Classic Space colors, it's just what I got used to and like. I was always able to get so much variety in blue bricks instead of light grey.
Sorry, but the USS Terminator is larger. Its landing bay is 40 inches wide, and 73 inches deep. The ship has 11 decks, all detailed. At the longest, widest points, she is longer and wider than a Ford Excursion, or a Chevy Suburban. At 20 ft. long, and 10 and 3/4 feet wide, she could be the largest individually owned and built Lego star ship in the world. Above part of the landing bay is a basketball court and two lap pools, all to scale. She even has Jefferies Tubes, transporters, a warp core, and a cloaking device. Between the landing bay, and basketball court is a solid block of bricks that weighs over 67 pounds. She even has a bowling alley, weight room, crew quarters with over 500 beds, several mess halls with seating for hundreds, the list goes on. Officer's quarters are lavish. Details include: Shower, with shower head, soap holder, drain, and temperature control; sink; toilet, with toilet paper dispenser. The Bedroom features a queen sized bed, computer, dresser, and locker. Living area features a couch, replicator, TV, coffee table, and another computer. Most other areas of the ship are this detailed.
hmm ... i could've swore that i had commented on this before ... (oh well) ... this is the coolest and BiGGesT Star-Trek ship i've ever seen ... i just can't imagine how you built it ... it's really impressive and Amazing.
Wow Nice, really nice! HUGE! I like this spaceship alot! How big is it? I started a new group called 'Only BIG spaceships' and you just might qualify! If the spaceship is over 3 feet ( at least 114 studs) in any dimension, or bigger I just might add you. Can anyone recommend builders that have huge spaceships too? E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or if your on Myspace, myspace.com/zvr Have fun now, Zac
That is very cool. I can't imagine how many legos would make 200 lbs....... That's more then I have.... And then, you probably did not even use all of yours... You have a HUGE pile of bricks at your disposal.
I have to admit I am surprised it did not self-destruct when you moved it. I would have thought that something this large would require a metal sub-frame. At any rate, it is an amazing piece of work. Lee.
All I can say is: You are insane! That must have taken forever to layout and build! I am truly impressed. The only thing is it's too bad you didn't do it all in grey to match the nacelles, but I still really like it.