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Republic MPT Medlifter
LEGO Republic medlifter
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The story: This is a Republic MPT (Medical Personnel Transport) medlifter. The medlifters are simply to ferry wounded troops from the front lines to the RMSU's to be patched up and sent back in. The medlifter runs on repulsorlift technology, and is unarmed. The wounded are put onto repulsor stretchers that fit into a slot in each protected compartment. The ship is fairly fast and unarmed. The ships are mentioned frequently in the Medstar EU novels (although in the books they can take up to four troops, and I made it for two).

The MOC: I have had this thing up on the blocks for a couple of weeks. It didn't look right (to me) until I slanted the pilot compartment down, which made a huge difference in the look. This is made from spare parts. The protective bubbles were TIE canopy glass that I removed the paint from (thanks to Fox Primus for the idea and method).



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   Side elevated view. Best shot for overall detail. Balanced on a stand.



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   Front view. Sitting on the cutting board.



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   Side view on the stand "in flight". This might be my favorite angle. Good for the shape, and some of the detail work.



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   Rear view. Engine detail. Minimal engines, but good-looking.



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   Side view on the board "landed".



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   Top view. You can see a clone trooper and an officer hitching a ride.



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   Rear view. On the stand to show some of the rear and under details.



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   Bottom view. Good shot for some of the construction.



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   The clone of the repulsor stretcher.



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   The stretcher by itself.



Comments

 I like it 
  December 29, 2008
This whouldn't happen to be comming out in stores (joke) Seriously, this is AWESOME.
 I like it 
  November 15, 2008
Why is the rating on this so low? This is awesome man!
 I like it 
  May 13, 2008
It is the coolest and the people.................................................THEY ARE THE BOMB
 I like it 
  September 15, 2006
I dont see why you have such a low score. This is a great idea. You dont see many star wars rescue mocs. Again, nice job. Check out my mocs.
 I like it 
  August 28, 2006
Dude u gotta make some directions for that!! that is wicked awsome
 I like it 
  May 4, 2006
I think it looks great. A really cool looking ship altough I would really hate to fly in it. I would hate to lie down in a pod and just be on show to the entire galaxy. *shiver*
 I like it 
  February 5, 2005
Angling the cockpit downward absolutely makes this MOC. I also like how you used sharp, angled surfaces around the canopy piece to really blend it in. I've rarely had a satisfying experience using that canopy, but I may have to try something like what you've done here.
 I like it 
  February 3, 2005
I wasn't wounded until I saw this thing on the battlefield... Then I cut off my own arms... Nice Ship G... looking superfly slick as usual! Cheers! ~ Paul.
 I like it 
  February 3, 2005
I don't think I've seen every single one of your mocs, but of the ones I can distinctly remember, this one owns them all.
 I like it 
  February 3, 2005
That's a really neat MOC! It looks like a lot of time and effort was put in to it. Good job!
 
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