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G1 Transformer Hound (mini figure scale / transformable) . This is a Lego Generation 1 Transformer Hound - a Jeep with mini figure scale and it is fully transformable into robot type. . Here is my final version of lego Hound and I have just finished modifying it. It uses a lot pieces of dark green brick those I have had subscribed from many different seller of It becomes more expensive too as most of the dark green bricks are very rare. However, it gives a good result and looks real that a military jeep is like, whereas the normal green colour cannot reflect the result. The characteristics of a jeep include the front and rear wheels are close to front and end edge of the vehicle body respectively, as well as with long distance between the vehicle base and the ground so it can adapt the bumpy road more effectively. A spare wheel with tyre is installed at the back and it is detachable. It has front and rear bumper and side mirrors at the front, with tool/weapon hanged on 2 sides of the back of the vehicle. Machine gun and cannon are on. The back doors can be opened. Start to transform! First, pull out both sides of the middle of the vehicle, and then separate the back into 2. See the centre of the pic which is the leg extendable mechanism. Stand up position. The hands are turning out and front wheels are pulling down. Then to do the back of the robot. It uses few different parts as joint to change the seats and dash board area to the shape which matched with the robot's back. Transformation completed! Ball joints are used on the foot so it is quite flexible and stable. T-bar is in use on the neck and the waist is turnable as well. Hound and Bumblebee. Thank you for watching it! ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Below are more shots for the building illustration as requested. The body (Include Part A1, A2, B, C, & D) Part A1 & A2 Part A2 Part A1 Part B Part C Part D Thank you and enjoy!

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