Finally a larger group of minifigs (namely 14 + driver) can now experience the thrill of traveling to far away places. Sunny beaches of South Bay are now closer than ever.
For those who wonder the guy responsible for design is a marine biologist with too much downtime and a tendency to big rigs. ...that would explain the submarine shaped front... :)
About this creation
If you can't see through that windshield you are blind, no second opinion needed... ...the guy behind the wheel may look like just another working stiff but the fact is he is highest trained diver in City that can handle with perfection any land vehicle from wheelbarrow to heavy supertruck. ...if you don't believe me just ask anybody at police department. He did time and is now rehabilitated but the driving remains in his veins...
...nobody really bothered to work on the rear end a little... ...Jesus!?
The space age entrance and "what in a world of doors, is that thing!??" for cargo bay.
The guy on front seat to your right is the one mentioned in Summary... ...do you still wonder anything at all... :)
A look at driver controls, refrigerator for refreshments and coffee machine.
Awesome bus, and pretty compact and well playable! As Firas pointed out, the front is very nice. Color coordination is good, and to "Charles": If you build a bus in minifig-scale, there´s just no way to have more seats per row! Two seats per row is awesome and requires an 8-stud-wide vehicle, which I think is the maximum width for minifig-scale vehicles. Anyways, great job on this one! Happy building, Steffen
Nice bus youve got there. I like the space age door and the colour scheme. The wind screen is (I think) from the old world city police hq set. And how do you fit 2-3 people on a LEGO bus sea anyway, especily with the fact that minifigs can't sit directly next to each other. good work.