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The "Rust Bucket" Interplanetary stealth transport
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The Rust Bucket is an interplanetary short-mid range transport vehicle. Adopted by the GSC as a moon base transport in 2088, the Rust Bucket (or model number G125) is still being made today by Genesis Shipyards.

Note: Sorry about the slightly "Rainbow" colour scheme. Not enough pieces.



Go green! Solar energy to recharge ship batteries.






Shown here is the front "grill" of the ship. Its is actually a service ladder used as an exit from the ship.



Viola! The grill drops, the canopy raises, and the control board folds up, revealing the Co pilots/engineers.



This is the pressurized hull of the ship. You can see that the Shipmaster (captain) / pilot sits on an elevated seat to look out the top canopy. There is a bed for rests on longer flights and you can see the engineer working at the ships navigation computer. There is even more space in the back where the "airlock" is. Though there is no inner door. I don't see why they would need one anyways. the moon-base has a massive pressurized hangar for it to land in anyways. I am planning on putting some storage room or a toilet (always need one of those!!!) in there so the crew doesn't have to urinate in bottles!




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Added January 12, 2009
 


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