The FBI-LoneRider 2000 is a mini space cruiser. It has an integrated openening mechanism for the cockpit and contractible landing gear. It has an AntiGravity-System that allows it to take-off and land vertically. In case the AG-System schould break down, the LoneRider is equipped with traditional landing-wheels.
Twin-Turbo ThorGT engines.
As the rudder gets pushed in the hidden
slide-mechanism pushes the cockpit-glass open.
The main flight-computer-console
is attached to the windscreen and
leaves an exit for the pilot,
when the windscreen is open.
Here is how the cockpit looks
when its closed.
(I had to remove the
windscreen in order to
take this picture)
The landing gear is folded out
by turning the gray gear wheels.
Just like this..
The F.B.I. (Frank Black Industries)
have done a great job with this vessel.
Here's one I shouldn't have missed! I really like the functionality on this! The landing gear (spacecraft land, duh), the amazing cockpit opening mechanics, and the cockpit itself (love all the screens and such) are all very nice features. Of course the shaping is very cool as well. Awesome work!
I like it
September 5, 2008
Very snazy and compact. please check out my creations thankyou.
WICKED DUDE! The overall shape is good, I like how the windshield and how it naturally flows with the rest of the ship. One thing bugs me though, if it is a space ship, why does it have wheels? Comment on my stuff to answer.