Does this count as Mini? 1:1600 is UCS ISD scale which is the same as the Star Destroyer and if you think about it that was kinda mini considering the size of the "real" ship
About this creation
This is the best British aircraft ever to grace the skys, Concorde I sat down one day and thought I'm going to build something what could it be? When I discovered there were only four Concordes on mocpages I knew... and here it is. im gonna go all Concorde nerdy now brace yourselves
Concorde produced over 157000 lbs of thrust which works out to be around 505,744,492 brake horsepower which allowed it to travel as mach 2.2 for over 3000 miles, well beyond any other aircraft in the world which means concorde could outrun all aircraft except the SR-71 Blackbird which only had a range of 1500 miles.
I always thought mine looks a bit like a duck what do you think?
That's a real duck by the way
Concorde traveled over 600,000 supersonic airmiles which is more than all other aircraft in the world put together
I also found on the internet that in 1970 Lego(R) produced its own Concorde branded as 'Jumbo Jet'
I have just bought this from Design-by-Me and I have several complaints about Lego's(R) service, firstly I ordered it on the 29th of December 2009 and it has only come today, the 26th of Janurary, with only an excuse E-mail a couple of days ago.
I would be okay with the late delivery if they could at least get my order correct. Yes they actually got the parts wrong.
They gave me a 2x8 plate (Hey, that rhymes!) instead of a 2x4 plate. I have checked in the instructions, part list and my original design I needed a 2x4 plate, this 2x4 plate is from my own collection.
It's a Concorde which looks like a DUCK not a Concorde which looks like a PELICAN
But the photo-realistic render is pretty cool and at least they now give you printed instructions unlike before.
If anyone has had a similar experience to me please tell me through comments. Thanks for reading.