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Fighter jet . Prepare for a load of pictures. . Here is my first jetplane, which i spent a month(april. it took me a long time before I started taking pictures of it) on building. the model isn't based of a real plane, but it does have some similarities. My goal for this model was to make it look as realistic as possible and give it as many features as I could come up with. One of the things this model lacks is a bit more sturdiness, because for example the nosecone always tends to fall of whenever something bumps in to it. the same goes fore the jet exhausts. Unfortunatley for me i can't think of any name for it, so right now it is just a fighter jet. In the process of building it only took about 7 attempts before0 I finally managed to make the wings look good. The rear: On this picture you can see that all the flaps work. The canopy: which opens: the cockpit. I did make it so that there is room enough for a minifig, but i haven't taken any pictures of that. This was the area that i started with building. The air brakes(I dont know if there are any actual planes with them on the bottom but i think it looks good) Now for the landing gear. These took quite a while to build, since they have to be compact, strong enough to keep the model standing and being able to fold up. After many tries i did come up with a great result. Here i will show you how they are folded in steps. front wheels: step 1: open panels step 2: fold up wheels step 3: attach panel to wheels a href="/image_zoom.php?id=/user_images/81584/1373488260m"> step 4: detach bottom of panel step 5: fold the wheels with panel forwards the rear wheels: step 1: open panel step 2: fold wheels out a href="/image_zoom.php?id=/user_images/81584/1373488332m"> step 3: close panel

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