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Razorback Space Interceptor . Built on or around 8/01/2009. This was created using my childhood Lego's. With the exception of the red/blue 1x1 slopes, all of the Lego's used in this MOC are at least 15 years old. By todays standards it is a flying tin can, 15 years ago it was a steamlined speed machine!! Enjoy the pics. . Introducing the Razorback class Space Interceptor. The vehicle sports a front mounted gatling laser, as well as the wing mounted las cannons, The Spines protruding from the back help the Razorback balance when entering atmosphere. Pictures of Gravity Balancers and Propulsion System. A relatively small fighter, the interceptor measures 25x23 studs. An inside view of the cockpit, no surprises here. Energy Generator. Close up of propulsion. Close up of the gatling laser. This ship is the first of hopefully a stream of builds. At the time of building, I had no knowledge to the concepts of SNOT or Greebling. In the near future I'll upload more photo's showing some of my first conscious attempts at those. Thanks for tuning in!! P.S. For anyone who would like to follow my progress. This link is to the R.R.E.D Bot , my first creation after my vacation and finding myself lacking in bricks, I turned to LDD to continue building and had my first encounter with SNOT.

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