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4953 - Harrier Jump Jet
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Only using the pieces from 4953. The Harrier Jump Jet – One of Britain’s greatest engineering achievements. Powerful Rolls Royce engines enable it to hover, take off, and land VERTICALLY via the thrusters (the red technic connectors) on the side of the air intakes. Many other nations have tried to copy this design but have failed. In my opinion this is one of the greatest planes ever made. My version has ailerons on the front wings and the landing gear can extend and retract. I hope you like it.
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  March 8, 2014
Excellent job!! Superb alternative !! 5/5
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  January 19, 2014
this is fantastic!! p.s. i know your busy, and i don't mean to advertise myself, but i've made a hot rod atl' from the 31007 set, and should be posted today. ;D
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  January 19, 2014
Quoting Chris Maxter This aircraft is amazing! Please see my own at http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/375382
Thanks for your comment I will check it out now.
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  January 12, 2014
This aircraft is amazing! Please see my own at http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/375382
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  February 18, 2012
I made a 4953 alternative. Its a space ship. Gotta upload it. Anyways, EXCELLENT JOB!!!!! I love the underside, the wings, everything!! Absolutely amazing!!!
  December 9, 2011
Definiatly a harrier!! also, check out my #4953 creations, they may give you some inspiration. P.s how did you do that undercarrige??
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  October 8, 2011
Excellent conversion.
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  September 6, 2011
Brilliant!
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  August 27, 2011
Wow, very well done ! Instantly recognisable, and very accurate, too :)
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  July 18, 2011
just letting you know, my dogifiht moc will be between 2 jets instead of props. After that i will demolish that to build a sea fight! both will be in micro scale.
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  July 18, 2011
Nice representation of the harrier, i didnt even know lego had a harrier set.
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  July 4, 2011
You should call it a set improvement not alternative very cool!
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  July 3, 2011
Brilliant job Mortal!!! So sleek!! :o
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  July 3, 2011
pretty neat
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  July 3, 2011
That is one nice looking plane! Great job!
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  July 2, 2011
Wow! Nice job! =D
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  July 2, 2011
Quoting Nick Barrett So good I think the U.S. Air Force use them... nicely done model.
Haha. Yeah I think they got them at a knock down price
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  July 2, 2011
So good I think the U.S. Air Force use them... nicely done model.
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  July 2, 2011
Quoting Gabor Horvath Nice, streamlined, like the real! My favourite parts are the retractable wheels. Very good. What is the black background?
Thanks :) The landing gear was the hardest bit - I had to make the body of the plane hollow so the wheels could fit in. I store my lego in divider boxes, the kind of boxes you would use to seperate screws and small tools etc. the black background is the underside of these boxes. it looks quite good i think :)
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  July 2, 2011
Nice, streamlined, like the real! My favourite parts are the retractable wheels. Very good. What is the black background?
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  July 2, 2011
Brilliant work, this is the best set alternate I've seen in a long time.
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  July 2, 2011
Fantastic work, it really looks like the real deal!
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  July 2, 2011
Quoting Nathanael Kuipers You absolutely nailed it! I love how you put the 2 engine houses next to eachother, but still make it look like one. My favourite shot is the one taken outside showing the belly. Not an easy set to create something accurate, and cool looking with, but you certainly delivered!
Thanks Nathanael!! It is a hard set to use - it comes with loads of plates and wings but hardly any fuctional pieces. I got inspiration to build this following your latest conversation in your creator group.
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  July 2, 2011
You absolutely nailed it! I love how you put the 2 engine houses next to eachother, but still make it look like one. My favourite shot is the one taken outside showing the belly. Not an easy set to create something accurate, and cool looking with, but you certainly delivered!
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  July 2, 2011
Thanks :). Yeah I might give it another go with my whole collection
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  July 2, 2011
The Harrier is my favorite real life fighter craft. I watched it in combat roles on the news in the Falkland Island conflict and have seen several Marine versions here in the US. It is certainly a crowd favorite at air shows! This is a nice build as well and I also would love to see what you could do without self-imposed limitations!
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  July 2, 2011
The Harrier is my favorite real life fighter craft. I watched it in combat roles on the news in the Falkland Island conflict and have seen several Marine versions here in the US. It is certainly a crowd favorite at air shows! This is a nice build as well and I would love to see what you could do without self-imposed limitations as well!
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  July 2, 2011
Thanks Tomaso :) Glad you like it. Its a difficult set to build with but i might try a few more alternative from it.
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  July 2, 2011
Amazing alternative! I agree, this along with Concorde and the Hercules 3 of my favourite planes. I'd love to see you create a Harrier without a parts limit this is totally awesome dude :)
 
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