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Mecha Construction Experiment - Use the High Speed Train nose from set 4511 as a Mech Head - You know I had to.
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Ultrasonic Super Fantastic Kids Day Weekend PNC Arts Center - Holmdel NJ 10/8/2006







Comfort Bistro - 295 Grove St Jersey City NJ - 07/04/05



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  January 6, 2010
I've had a look at some of your creations and...well... I'm speechless! Can't imagine how long one of these must take! Can they fit minifigs in their heads?
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  July 10, 2009
Quoting Tom Nelson Your work is what inspired me to join the MOC pages. Your are a Lego Mech build Yoda.
Glad to hear that, makes me want to build more myself, thanks! Good luck!
 I like it 
  July 10, 2009
Your work is what inspired me to join the MOC pages. Your are a Lego Mech build Yoda.
 I made it 
  January 27, 2009
Quoting Xiazeran . It has a raptorlike aura to it.. like one of those Mega Man things.. Train nosecones make for very interesting heads!
I had to give it a try! I may even use this head again, if I can make a mech that is interesting enough to use it. The nose can light up too if you add 9v lights.
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  January 21, 2009
Quoting Ben Kauffman The experiment was a complete success :) It's interesting to see how you set the assembled arms and head on your sorting drawers to get the proportions in your head (I'm assuming that's what's happening in that last photo).
I love that photo! I had to add it. It really suprises me when I see ppl use this part for different purposes. I have seen a few who have!
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  January 21, 2009
The experiment was a complete success :) It's interesting to see how you set the assembled arms and head on your sorting drawers to get the proportions in your head (I'm assuming that's what's happening in that last photo).
 
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