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F-14 Tomcat
This is an F-14 Tomcat I created exclusively from the Star Destroyer set a couple of years back. It is about 39 inches long and is fairly accurate to scale. It has a working swing wing, flaps, rudders, glove vanes and air brake. I didn't have any pieces that would work well for a cockpit or landing gear. It worked out faily well for my first and only attempt.
About this creation
Wings swept out...







Detail of the wing and fuselage integration...







Working flaps...








Glove vane extended...








Tail and engine section.






Comments

  January 1, 2011
very nice but i agree with leon vulcan.
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  October 29, 2010
That is huge!!!! Mine is much smaller. Yours has more disgn then mine does.
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  March 23, 2010
that is huge and awesome at the same time!
Steve Bunn
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That LDD Guy
  November 11, 2009
Nice work!
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  April 10, 2009
Now THAT is just plain freaking sweet. I love how the wings fold in and out!
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  March 6, 2009
Given the limitations of using just the Star Destroyer set, this thing turned out awesome. All the funtionality is superb. Nice! -- -- Michael
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  March 5, 2009
Really cool, especially since you made it from another set. I'm digging the whole "layered" look you've given it as well.
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  July 1, 2008
wow this is so cool... a great corlor and i like the vings and the motor
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  May 13, 2008
This is an excellent piece of masterwork. The Tomcat is my favourit jet, i tried to make one for years but it didn't worked. Your one is the best.
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  April 23, 2008
I nominate this for MOTD!(MOC Of The Decade)
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  April 23, 2008
Everything's great except for the cockpit. You could of cheated and used megabloks, but props for trying something different.
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  April 22, 2008
I love it when builders aren't afraid to show some studs. Amazing job!
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  April 20, 2008
Very good! It looks EXACTLY like a Tomcat. I am especially astounded that you used only 1 set (even though it was, like, a $300 set)! Anyways, great job!
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  April 20, 2008
This is great! As a model it is beautiful, but I wish you made one that houses minifigs :). Maybe you'll do that next.
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  April 20, 2008
This is the BEST Tomcat on MOCpages! You got the shape exactly right! My grandfather test piloted these planes, and in fact it is named after him (sort of). His call sign was "Tomcat 072". Anyway, superb model.
Steve Bunn
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George Kemper
  April 19, 2008
Soooooooo beastly love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  April 19, 2008
Very nice! The only thing I think you could improve on is the cockpit. But, this is supposed to be a model, not a playset for minifigs, so an actual cockpit isn't needed I guess. Very good! Keep it up!
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  April 19, 2008
this is really good. The shape is very accurate. Only thign I would change is the windshield and cover up some studs as well as outline some detail in dark gray. Take a look at some of my stuff if you want.
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  April 19, 2008
can u put some pics of the airbrakes and other stuff u said u have? more pics of everything plz And wat is a glove wing?
 
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