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Classic Space Transportable Rover . Febrovery 2017: A Generation 1 Classic Space Rover designed for maximum mobility. . Iíve always thought that the original Rover from the 928 Galaxy Explorer set was cool, but far to small to be as cool as LL928 itself. So the task For Febrovery was just that: Build a Rover with maximum size and coolness but still small enough for LL928ís cargo bay. And to get the real look only bricks available in 1979 should be used. This is the result. The Pickup bed of the Rover works as a transport pallet which can be moved with a forklifter. The transport pallet has just the right size for the cargo bay of my LL924M. Cargo bay doors closed, ready for take-off. And now itís time to transport the Rover itself. The cargo bay of LL928 still has the original size. Iíve only replaced the 2◊4 brick in the front of the cargo bay floor with a 1◊4 brick and two 1◊2 tiles. Yes, the cargo bay doors really close around the Rover. And another way to transport the Rover: A standard cargo box mounted underneath my LL926 Space Crane. The cargo box used as a garage for the Transportable Base. Twin tyres on all four wheels and a high ground clearance are a great combination for an All Terrain Rover. Just like the 891/442 Space Scooter/Space Shuttle it has two steering wheels to be piloted by either of the two Astronauts. So this is it, my G1 Lego Classic Space Transportable Rover for Febrovery 2017. I hope you like it :-)) NILSOBRIX: Classic Space Transportable Rover BrixBlog | flickr | MOCpages

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