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The spy who loved me. . Team Squid Suc kers in the MOAthalon cathegory: Will it float? . This really wasn't hard to think of something. Sometimes the toughest jobs get the easiest solutions. This build is inspired by the submersible dome from the James Bond movie "The spy who loved me". I rather would have loved those "Mars Mission" wheels more submersed or even better: white. But they do what they have to do: float. Stuff that didn't help the floating process: Tires, transparent pods, more lego (: longer pillars). As a bonus: the MOC without the floating business. This is after all my first microscale build. It deserves a bit of attention. The real thing. Aw, who am I kidding...the model from the movie. Comment if you like!

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