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KC-885 Light cargo carrier . For when you have a package too large to fit inside of a normal ship, but too small to be on a freighter. . Most shipping companies have two categories: Large items (like vehicles) that must be carried inside of a large freighter, and small items (such as letters and small boxes) that are carried aboard smaller delivery ships. But what if you have that annoying "in-between" package that you MUST ship right away? The KC-885 LCC is the answer. It is a small, one-man transport that carries anything from crates to small explosives to your annying neighbor's house who's sog continues to crap on your lawn. Of course, the KC-885 can only carry one package at a time, but it's four Gigajet RM-12608 high-speed engines make up for that. You may notice a small panel on this particular one that has many black squares (12 to be exact). This is actually a control panel to open up the gas-refill valve. The KC-885 can travel about 2,500 miles through space-shipping lanes or busy air-lanes. ______ PRICES ------ KC-885 Light Cargo Carrier---65,000 credits ----------------------------------------------- This model was a pain in the rear to build. The engines were the porblematic part. I counted at least five variations until i got a look i was happy with. But, even though it was hard, this is one of my favorite builds to-date. It looks awesome in my opinion, and makes use of two of my new cockpit pieces i got from bricklink. The rear. You can see the large gap where the boxes/packages/prison cells are held. yes, the KC-885 would make a pretty good prisoner transport. the cockpit. It's really hard to get good computer panels into such a small space.


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