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CSPMC2/Trans-yellow microparticle collector/LL975 or Deep space transmitters or micro space ship LL975. 76 PARTS.
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  January 18, 2014
A highly practical machine for driving over the lunar surface and sucking up those pesky particles. The adjustable hoovers can be moved to avoid big moon-rocks and the trailer can be dropped off and swapped for an empty one at your nearest moonbase. Unfortunately this vehicle does stick to the original CS colours and so it loses some points in this particular competition. 6 A super pair of alternative builds. The big, hinged antenna looks highly technical and I love the steps into the control cabin made from mudguards. I like how you've cleverly used the trans-yellow windows to make wings for the spaceship. The folding feature is neat too. 8 Lots of play options are to be found in this MOC. I like the detachable trailer, with its opening and tipping functions. The particle collectors could become sensors, in a child's imagination and give the vehicle a whole other role. Nice to see and opening canopy on a small CS vehicle. 8 Regardless of its colour, the shape and function of this vehicle shout CS. It also features the important fuel/oxygen tanks to power itself, albeit in an unusual location. I like the way that there are unanswered questions, again in the spirit of CS. What happens to the particles when they're collect? Is this what all of those windscreens were made from? Great work. 9 Total 31
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  January 18, 2014
Is that a CS road sweeper you've built... Umm I mean particle collector. The side mounted dishes give this design a real utilitarian look. Trans yellow and grey, correct me if Iím wrong isnít a new colour scheme though Ė sorry thatís the reason for the lower mark. 5 The mobile radar tower is a lovely idea, and shows real creativity in what can be built from you r pice set.. 7 Lots of fun especially with that detachable trailer. I like the trans box on the trailer, for collecting all those particles in I guess. 7 So CS it hurts. 8
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  January 14, 2014
Nice classic styling here, it's a long time since I've seen any of those trans-yellow hoses. Good entry!
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  January 12, 2014
Those are solid classic space builds!
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  January 10, 2014
Neato! No one can deny that these are in keeping with original CS... so transparently obvious! :)
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  January 4, 2014
This would make a superb pocket money set! Some nifty parts usage going on, too. Good luck in the contest!
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  January 3, 2014
Love it! It definitely has that Classic Space vibe going on. Good stuff!
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  January 3, 2014
Very cool it really looks like a set from the early 80s! Great job! :-)) Good luck for the competition!
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  January 2, 2014
Totally in the spirit of CS space. Very cool!!
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  January 1, 2014
Very nice! I like the large array version too.
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  January 1, 2014
Cool! Love the classic trans yellow wings. Clever.
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  December 30, 2013
Love the use of the windows as wings in Alt 2! Gives me lots of ideas!
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  December 30, 2013
Very classic space and great parts usage. Top work!
 
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