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Classic Space 'Penguin'
Even more Classic Space! I don't think I've been this excited about a theme since the Porsche Salsaburg!
About this creation

Le front, complete with no windscreen-because-I-only-have-them-in-trans-lime-and-this-isn't-M--Tron.















Now complete with sat/nav, a back-up camera, dual climate control, and seating for one. Runs on coffee grounds.















The back, with some spacey bits and some red/green lights. This whole Classic Space thing baffles me, I mean what were the red/greens for and what do the yellow/black/yellow stripes mean?















The cozy cockpit, built in a similar manner to my old MFSS. Terrible name, neat little ship. It's still around to this day!















Even has boot space!















Now for some other table-scraps. A small turtlish rover.















Action shot!















Another turtle themed robo-thing.















As once said by a brave and noble sir, "I like turtles"















Now the TurtleBot will try and sell you an I4 engine! (Best be a cautious customer.)















Thanks for viewing, have a spiffy day!



















Comments

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  March 24, 2014
sorry but i love that inline-4 most of all. great little ... fighter, tho? can a fighter be called a penguin?
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  December 16, 2012
hey senator, are you up for the challenge? you race man? $30 ticket, interested? around the world! check my page!
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  December 16, 2012
Nice ideas here! I agree: all is soooo cute!
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  December 12, 2012
Spiffy! And the little blue turtle is sooo cuuute :-)
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  December 11, 2012
...What a big fuss about the lights...what's more important is it's well built. -LB Jr.
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  December 11, 2012
The red and green lights thing.. that's taken from actual aircraft and ships. It was to aid navigation at night when it was difficult to see if a craft was approaching or not and whether it was turning. [Right-of-way lights - A red light will be mounted on the left or port side of the craft and a green on the right or starboard side. In a situation where the paths of two watercraft or aircraft cross, these lights help each crew determine the other craft's direction and who has right-of-way. When two craft have crossing paths, each sees a red or green running light. The one on the port side of the other, which must yield right of way, sees red, while the one on the starboard side of the other, which has right of way, sees green.] (taken from wikipedia)
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  December 11, 2012
ravishingly beautiful!
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  December 11, 2012
I'd never noticed the lights were always on the port& starboard! I suppose this means my ship must fly upside down... Thanks for all the tips and comments! =) They shall come in handy.
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  December 11, 2012
The yellow and black stripes are to indicate areas of the vehicle that should be approached with caution, like for example, engine exhausts, sensitive parts.
Senator Chinchilla .
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White Knight
  December 10, 2012
from space to deep sea !!.....but lego approved !!
Senator Chinchilla .
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White Knight
  December 10, 2012
Super stuff , but the starboard light is green !!>>.....anyway, well done
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  December 10, 2012
Awesome! BTW you put the red/green lights on the wrong sides
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  December 10, 2012
The turtle is a brilliant little design. The penguins shape peaks to me, belly sliding through the outer reaches. And I think you deliberately inverted the lights :)
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  December 10, 2012
Nice ship, and the turtle looks cool too. The red and green lights indicate the left and right sides of the vessel, and on this one you have them backwards. Just so you know.
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  December 10, 2012
I love the ship, especially its lack of a clear windscreen. There must be lots of data projected onto the inside for the pilot to use. Did you know that your red and green lights are on the wrong wings? The space turtle robot is genius!
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  December 10, 2012
Awesome! But the port and starboard lights are on the wrong sides aren't they? Unless they're supposed to be like that!
  December 10, 2012
it s too bad you don t seem to have trans-yellow cockpit, it would have completed this piece well, as it has everything else right, still a nice piece, I ll be having myself a 'vic viper' soon, as I bought a used lot, and lately found I had the most important parts, I don t have the instructions, so it will be an original like yours!
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  December 10, 2012
Quoting White Knight Super stuff , but the starboard light is green !!>>.....anyway, well done
Is it supposed to be on the right all the time? I'd never noticed. =O Might have to fix that.
 
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