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Leftover Parts - Asymmetrical Tricycle . An asymmetrical tricycle, using only the parts found in set 8059, "Seabed Scavenger". Built late last year, I'm just now putting it up. . Status: Dismantled. This was made because I wanted to show off a bit ion front of my friends, I wanted to see what I could build with just one set and no access to the rest of my parts, and because it was a bit boring that night. During christmas back in 2010, a friend gave me this set as a gift. It was a small get together of friends and not much was going on. I decided to pop this open and start building. As the only one in my group that actively builds, it was kind of awkward to start playing with LEGO in front of non-AFOLs. But they didn't mind at all, and they rather liked some of the stuff I was coming up with. Just because it's underwater doesn't mean he can't hold his breath a bit. Helmets and breathing gear are for wimps. The larger spiked wheel on one side makes me think this was meant to grind into other objects, like rocks and oil tankers. A tiny flick-missile and maybe some sort of flare gun? Laser? All I know is that it has green bits around it, so that must mean something. Ooh, sexy exhaust system. It doesn't get very good gas mileage, seeing how much work it is to burn gas underwater. But who cares, you can literally rip through the bottom of the ocean in this baby!


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