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Factory Hopper - Classic Space . A handy way to travel around the vast starship factories of Classic Space. . In the long lost days of Classic Space, gigantic starship factories were built where ships such as the LL928 Space Cruiser were assembled. These hangars were so vast that staff would take days to walk across them and so a rocket powered hopper was designed. These hoppers were so fun and fast that a simplfied version was put into commercial production. Thousands of the resulting 6806 Surface Hoppers were made and could be seen all over the Earth and other planets of Classic Space. The only disadvantage of the Factory Hoppers' rocket motors was that they eroded and melted the floors of the starship hangars. Fortunately the hoppers were so much fun to swoooosh around on that nobody minded the cost and hassle of repairing the floors. As always in Classic Space, they just smiled and got on with the job. I built this during a very stressful week of exams. It's great to lose oneself in the infite space of LDD and just switch off from the world. It's almost a form of meditation. I wanted to build a copy of the set that I had as a kid but LDD didn't have all of the colours and using LDD Extended to get them feels a bit like cheating. It's always fun to work with the just tools available and come up with a new idea, which I think I did here! Here's a photo of my inspiration for the build from the brickset.com website:


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