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UCS Twin Pod Cloud Car . A larger scale Storm IV Twin Pod Cloud Car from The Empire Strikes Back. . Time for a little love for one of the more notable designs from the Star Wars films. Yes, it's our favourite means of transportation on Bespin. I mean: what? Two people, in red pods, devided by an engine? To be honest, it looks like a pair of flying red shoes with its laces tied together. But I like it for what it is. Some specs (thanks Wookieepedia!): - Length: 7 meters - Maximum speed: 1500 km/h - Maximum altitude: 100 kilometers - Engine unit(s): Incom Tx-2, Quadex Kyromaster - Armament: Blaster cannons (standard configuration: 2) - Crew: Pilot (1), Gunner (1) - Cargo capacity: 10 kg - Consumables: 1 day (Ps: I noticed my pictures got a bit garbled after uploading and automatic resizing. Click on the photos for a better view) Front and back view. Front view of one of the pods. Side view with a clear view of the blaster cannon and the maneuvering flap on the back. The pilot's pod popped out from behind the gunner's pod. Top view. No, I mean it. The view is awesome from inside a cloud car. A nice portrait shot. Aaaand another lower portrait. Inside the Bespin Motors hangar bay. Knowing Cloud City, they probably found it one morning on a stack of bricks with its repulsorlift engine missing. Portrait of the back. Clockwise, starting top left: 1) Inside the engine. 2) Of course there are chairs in there! And some technic beams to make it sturdy. 3) Construction of the back section. 4) The gunner's console. Clockwise, starting top left: 1) The pilot's seat and controls. 2) More detailed shot of the engine intake. 3) My favourite bit: the back section of the car. I like how this turned out. 4) Engine exhaust. Hope you liked it! **BONUS IMAGE** This is a version I built in 2003. It's nice to see that at least I made some progression since then.

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