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LS SB16 A-type public space transport . Something in between these here MOC olympics rounds. And oh look it's yellow! . The SB16 was one of those mule types space haulers, only this one hauled people. The stats: - Scale: micro - Class: long ship (earlier model) - Manufacturer: New Gouda Space Docks - Length: 216 metres - Engines: 20 thrusters (4 fusion thrusters, consisting of 5 smaller thrusters each) - Speed: 8 G - Passengers: 348 - Personnel: 4 (flight, engineering), 8 (space hostesses) - Weapons: 3 rapid asteroid pulverizer cannons (chin mounted) - Other: small bar, 2 toilets (eww), seperate droid hold (holds 40 droids) These ships were mass produced during the first two centuries of the XIIth dynasty of the Space Empire. The ships usually serviced only planets within the same sector, but if you hopped on and off a couple of them, you could make your way through the known universe relatively cheaply and anonymously. The ship's proud 20 thrusters. An engine failure (or two) was fairly common, but not really a problem. As an earlier model in the longships range, this one wasn't as ultra sleek as its later cousins. But the idea was there, all right. This is the reason why I built this ship in the first place: I wanted to make some cool engines like this, and position them in an unusual fashion along the tail end of the ship.

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