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Rock Rider, Rocket Prototype Rover and Loading Claw
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Three rovers built for the FebRovery event.



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  February 14, 2013
cool prototypes! the 1 rst reminds me my youth very much, I used to love making multiple wheels vehicles in that fashion, lots of cranes too, it s great to have those still, inspiring pieces!
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  February 10, 2013
You're re-inventing a totally new CS world!! A picture gathering all your creations could be quite impressive. 'Love the rocket launcher.
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  February 8, 2013
You know, I think you might just be good at this classic space thing. - Brick Boy
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  February 8, 2013
Quoting Nick Barrett A rocket powered one! Speed is good :-)
Speedy analysis reading taking....
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  February 8, 2013
Quoting Senator Chinchilla . Retro spiffy! I like the first one, I can imagine the see-saw affect.
Retro spiffy, perfect compliment!
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  February 8, 2013
Quoting Tim C I was wondering how much of a backup you'd have during this uploader problem. Worth the wait, David. Love each of them. It's tough to pick a favorite. Each has a standout feature. The first is the wheels. Love the terrain solution. The window and the pieces in the front give it that strong classic feel. The second is the side cockpit. I love the high cockpit of the third and the claw arm off the front is an awesome feature that you always seem to optimize to its highest potential. Great work, David!
I really got hooked on this FebRovery theme. These three were the result of a couple of happy building hours last Saturday.
David Alexander Smith
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Emerald Knight
  February 7, 2013
A worthy addition to your Classic Space collection ! Excellent !>.....well done
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  February 7, 2013
I was wondering how much of a backup you'd have during this uploader problem. Worth the wait, David. Love each of them. It's tough to pick a favorite. Each has a standout feature. The first is the wheels. Love the terrain solution. The window and the pieces in the front give it that strong classic feel. The second is the side cockpit. I love the high cockpit of the third and the claw arm off the front is an awesome feature that you always seem to optimize to its highest potential. Great work, David!
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  February 7, 2013
That's really old-skool!
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  February 7, 2013
A rocket powered one! Speed is good :-)
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  February 7, 2013
Retro spiffy! I like the first one, I can imagine the see-saw affect.
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  February 7, 2013
Fantastic job. All great creations! :)
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  February 7, 2013
Quoting El Barto ! Cool collection! I like that claw one the best!
Claws were the defining CS piece for me.
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  February 7, 2013
Quoting granada turnier that radar and its asymmetry bring the second moc the first place
I love a bit of asymmetry.
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  February 7, 2013
Quoting matt rowntree You are a MASTER of this "pocket money" style. I would be spending all my cash on your fun, overloaded with bleep-ability designs. Your work always brings a smile to my face. Thank you.
That's the idea, to bring out the spirit of childhood!
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  February 7, 2013
Quoting Topsy Creatori (StoveTopCreator!) That rock rider is certainly a handy vehicle for roving up and down rocky slopes! And your rocket is called the 'hornet'? Gotta love a claw! Cheers! Oh, almost forgot... I have collected pieces to make a yellow CS guy. I found a great torso with a logo in perfect condion! Just need a helmet. Question... should I look for one with or without visor holes? And did the originals even have visors, I'm thinking no??? Annnnddd... this chin strap business... which was the type most produced? :)
Yellow spacemen are my favourites, so good call. In terms of helmet, the visor slots were there on the original yellows, but hey never had visors. The chin strap is crucial, straight across the chin, no shaping! I want to see what adventures he faces in Topsy's kingdom.
  February 7, 2013
You are a MASTER of this "pocket money" style. I would be spending all my cash on your fun, overloaded with bleep-ability designs. Your work always brings a smile to my face. Thank you.
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  February 7, 2013
Cool collection! I like that claw one the best!
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  February 7, 2013
That rock rider is certainly a handy vehicle for roving up and down rocky slopes! And your rocket is called the 'hornet'? Gotta love a claw! Cheers! Oh, almost forgot... I have collected pieces to make a yellow CS guy. I found a great torso with a logo in perfect condion! Just need a helmet. Question... should I look for one with or without visor holes? And did the originals even have visors, I'm thinking no??? Annnnddd... this chin strap business... which was the type most produced? :)
  February 7, 2013
that radar and its asymmetry bring the second moc the first place
 
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