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Classic Space Transmitter . My entry for the CSPocket Money Contest. I take you back to the roots of Classic Space (and my youth). . As many say, yes it is a fantastic contest. Original and affordable concept. THANK YOU David & David!! For me, it was a way to come back 30 years ago: Like Parrington's entry, I wanted to build from the very beginning something in that good old (odd?) famous Light Grey. Difficult thing as I had only less than 200 parts left. I use them for adventurers sets. A link to the CSPM Contest Main build: the Transmitter with its pilot. I wish I still had one of these vintage CS minifigs. The oldest ones I've got were released in 1987. That is how the transmitter works: It is a relay between ground stations and others. A kind of satellite with pilot. Heading towards new adventures... Shazam!! 60 parts including minifig's parts. Build n2: Transmission station and its scoot-air. I never took so few time to build something: 20 minutes! Done! The idea of the scoot-air has already been used by JWG 258 excellent M-Tron Entry Believe me or not but I think we built at the same time, I'm just slow for taking pictures (my daughter'camera)... I could have been more original but I love that combination with little thrusters and the chair. A little gift... On the background pic, there's a little note writen bottom left: 1983... You cannot imagine all the pain I had to find it out in my parents'attic! Shazam!! Build n3: Flying saucer-ship and its discovery robot. You can notice how Light Grey bases "kind of" faded with light, dust and time. Thirty years passed away... -sigh- A pleasure this contest, thanks for watching! That's all, folks!!

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