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Flying Saucer
Classic Space-style UFO.
About this creation
I made this for the fun of it, at first. Before I finished, I saw a contest on SSLF (No links, I'm tired of noobs already) for the "Best Cargo Vehicle"... So, I entered it. Yes, it is exceptionaly low quality work. Why? I made it in the style of Classic Space. I tried to make it look rather crappy, but follow the testimonies of people who "Have seen an UFO". Anyway, the Backstory:

Here is the "UFO" Cargo Hauler. The design has been used for literaly thousands of years by aliens, as a cargo hauling vehicle (Think 18 wheeler, ony 3,000 years later). Several stumbled upon Earth, between the 1st and 23rd centuries. One was actualy captured, and taken to a secret human base. The Galactic Congress (Of the Verd Empire, who was in control during these times. Now, they are only a memory... An ancient civilization. The year is 5090.) thought about launching a strike team to recover the 'Haulers, but decided not to alert the Humans to their presense....
By the Way, that is the new "Harbringers of Seraph" (I'm making a new name, keep your shirt on) space Pilot. The atmospheric pilot doesn't have a full helmet.



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   The Bottom. You can tell how the legs fold down.



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   And that's how it holds cargo. Believe it or not, the way I connected the magnet goes into the cockpit under the chair (That's why it is on the sloped thing like it is.) so it is pretty stable. I can hold alot of weight with it. Now if I could get my hands on a Duplo cow and put a magnet in it...



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   That's the cockpit. Simple. Just like Classic Space.



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   In Flight, showing the nifty landing gear. Where's the pilot? Um.... He's taking a piss, I dunno. Yes, I built this crappily in the spirit of Classic Space. I felt that Classic Space was one of the better building styles for this...



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   The legs fold up, too. Like all the good 60's Sci-Fi movies. Note the magnet.



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   Standard front view... Just wait, I'm Photoshopping a flashy Splash for my Brickshelf folder.



Comments

 I like it 
  May 21, 2010
i think it is spectacular!!!!! can i get a copy of the instructions to create it??? better yet, the pieces and the instructions to make it??? if so, that will be great. the mailing address is pocatello,idaho, 1440 e. hayden st. i hope i can recieve the stuff soon.
 I like it 
  July 27, 2008
hey, you should check out the UFO-contest by Joris Blok (miniland)and make an entry!
 I like it 
  June 29, 2007
i've always been a fan of classic space (although, i wasn't alive at it's release). This thing is simple, and cool. i'd rate 10/5 if i could. one thing though, try to give it the ability to land with a container on the bottom.
 I like it 
  October 22, 2006
Man, what set connor off today? Good moc
  July 19, 2006
I appreciate the classic design, but it's not very interesting. Just like classic space.
 I like it 
  May 31, 2006
Kinda reminds me of that game Otto Matic.
 I like it 
  February 28, 2006
hahaha "metallic sharpie".... sound familiar danny? it was SPRAYPAINT!! hahaha. nice try. oh yeah cool moc by the way. pshhhhhhh metallic sharpie
 I like it 
  February 26, 2006
damn right thats old skool!
 I like it 
  December 6, 2005
now that's old skool!(oh yeah, wrote school with a "k"...)
 I like it 
  December 6, 2005
As I said on SSLF, it's got a great classic feel to it. However, mayeb you could replace the trans-neon grilles with trans-aqua grilles. That would match in a little better methinks.
 
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