The GR-75 medium transport, or Gallofree medium transport, was a clamshell-hulled transport produced by Gallofree Yards
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The transport's outer hull was like a thick shell with the interior entirely open for cargo pods. This open-space design could fit up to 19,000 metric tons of cargo into the 90 meter long ship. Modular cargo pods greatly sped up loading and unloading procedures.
When the transport was at its cargo capacity, a magnetic shield locked the modules in place, while at the same time kept out the vacuum of space. A command pod was located on the upper hull, near the main engines, and carried the six being crew in cramped conditions. The factory model included space for forty passengers, but almost all ships cannibalized the space for increased cargo.
Very nice! the shape you made is a example of good use of pieces! On the film, the color is poor accurate, but white was a good choice!
I will make my one, giving you credit.
soon it will be in my page.