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LSV-77I 'Pathfinder' GPV-U
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LSV-77I ‘Pathfinder’ GPV-U™

Lore: Lore: One of the UCM’s most commonly used vehicles is the Pathfinder; these high mobility wheeled vehicles exist in dozens of variations and can fulfill nearly limitless rolls. It is primarily employed as a light infantry transport and support vehicle, while up armored units equipped with anti-air weapons or recoilless anti-armor cannons can even function as effective armored vehicle support. Common formats and uses include transport, support, courier, medevac, artillery spotting, reconnaissance, patrol and mine laying/detecting. These all wheel drive vehicles can perform in even the most difficult environments, can ford up to one meter of water without preparation, are light enough to be air transported and retrieved and can even be parachuted for special operations. Some variations of the Pathfinder are equipped with enclosed cabins, some with extended beds for increased troop or cargo loads. The model pictured is the GPV-U (General Purpose Vehicle-Urban) this model has a slightly lower ground clearance and wider tire set, and is an open top variant armed with a 12mm ‘Saber’ Gatling gun, this six barreled weapon fires steel core armor piercing rounds at the rate of 800 rounds per minute, it is fed from an enclosed magazine drum of 1650 rounds.

The LSV-77I is a ‘no frills’ vehicle; they are intentionally designed to be straightforward and basic. Ease of operation and field maintenance was one of the primary outlines when this vehicle was designed by Outlying Industries. While the UCM deploys several more specialized infantry transport and support vehicles, many with greater capacity and armor, the simplicity, low cost, reliability and flexibility of the Pathfinder has cemented its place in the Colonial Military.

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 I like it 
  June 23, 2012
Amazing! Now this is the stuff lego should be selling! This is pure gold! The detail is fantastic, it looks great, and is proportionate to the mini-figure! Would it be hard to make instructions? Or did you do this spontaneously with no fiddling around in LDD or the other brick designing applications. My favorite part of it is how it could easily fit in any time within 1938 and 3000ish with only a few modifications. This would be great for stop motion videos, cinematic photos or in a diorama. I think lego should look a little better for designs, rather than with what they make now they should look no further than the designs of their purchasers. You can plainly see this is superior to already 2 thirds of lego's designs. As much as I enjoy legos, I must say they are running low on creativity and need way better ideas.
 I like it 
  June 23, 2012
Amazing! Now this is the stuff lego should be selling! This is pure gold! The detail is fantastic, it looks great, and is proportionate to the mini-figure! Would it be hard to make instructions? Or did you do this spontaneously with no fiddling around in LDD or the other brick designing applications. My favorite part of it is how it could easily fit in any time within 1938 and 3000ish with only a few modifications. This would be great for stop motion videos, cinematic photos or in a diorama. I think lego should look a little better for designs, rather than with what they make now they should look no further than the designs of their purchasers. You can plainly see this is superior to already 2 thirds of lego's designs. As much as I enjoy legos, I must say they are running low on creativity and need way better ideas.
 I like it 
  June 23, 2012
Amazing! Now this is the stuff lego should be selling! This is pure gold! The detail is fantastic, it looks great, and is proportionate to the mini-figure! Would it be hard to make instructions? Or did you do this spontaneously with no fiddling around in LDD or the other brick designing applications. My favorite part of it is how it could easily fit in any time within 1938 and 3000ish with only a few modifications. This would be great for stop motion videos, cinematic photos or in a diorama. I think lego should look a little better for designs, rather than with what they make now they should look no further than the designs of their purchasers. You can plainly see this is superior to already 2 thirds of lego's designs. As much as I enjoy legos, I must say they are running low on creativity and need way better ideas.
Brothers  Merz
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tom D'Arcy
  June 18, 2011
looks like an alternative3 ww2 mb willy's jeep
Brothers  Merz
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tom D'Arcy
  June 18, 2011
looks like an alternative3 ww2 mb willy's jeep
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  March 8, 2011
superb presentation, very action-dramatic, full of suspence and atmosphere! very detailed meticulous, and clean build! bravo!
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  January 21, 2011
Whooooowwww.... This is amazing, actually, it's really hard to decide what I like best: the build or the presentation... Both rock.
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  December 17, 2010
Ratio of Level of Detail : Size = a butt-load.
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  October 18, 2010
Guys, this is a great MOC. Evocative of the US Special Forces DPV or FAV. Yours has great lines and detail as always. Regards, Eric.
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  October 18, 2010
Most interesting moc to say the least, great parts usage, but what strikes me the most is the amazing presentation... I like to think of myself as having clean photography, but you take it to a whole new level... either pro photoshop skills or is it a longer photo exposure for the back ground? I've been told I could do those interesting fonts and designs on top of the photos in Word, but haven't quite figured it out yet... anyhow, great work
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  October 17, 2010
Looks like you used jumpers to get those 2 minifigs in a 6-stud wide cockpit! Something I don't see often enough! Excellent dramatic photographic effects as well.
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  October 17, 2010
Killer! But it's different enough from the previous version that I'm surprised you didn't just give it another name. Love the gatling gun, and of course, the presentation! Well done!
 I made it 
  October 17, 2010
Quoting Andrew Somers Glad I could make you guys happy! By the way, I had meant to ask if you had any plans on making a Humvee-like vehicle. I'd love to see your take on something of that sort.
I can't talk about that right now, I'm sorry. Just stay tuned to our updates.....
 I like it 
  October 17, 2010
a gazillion/5, that pretty much sums up everything i would have said that would taken you hours to read
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  October 17, 2010
*Dies from all the incredible detail, editing, big miniguns, etc. but is able to live long enough to post this large..... action description thing."
  October 17, 2010
Glad I could make you guys happy! By the way, I had meant to ask if you had any plans on making a Humvee-like vehicle. I'd love to see your take on something of that sort.
 I like it 
  October 17, 2010
Techniques, part-usage, presentation... all top-notch.
 I made it 
  October 17, 2010
Quoting Andrew Somers Awesome; is all I have to say.
Thank you, Thats all we wan't to hear.
 I like it 
  October 17, 2010
Awesome; is all I have to say.
 
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