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Republic Hammerhead Dropship
This is my Republic Hammerhead Dropship. The one I made is specifically designed for the 366th Legion (in coloring terms). The dropship has a turret in the back and the cockpit can move up and down so the pilot has a good view of the environment around him. The dropship can also carry an AT-MT or an AT-RT below the ship. On the inside there is a gunrack to store the pilot and turret operators guns. There is a turret operating station which looks like a tower on the outside. The turret tower has a big window in the front and a small window in the back. On the inside there is a ladder leading up into the tower to get to the turret controls. Also there are 4 seats in the back of the ship where clones sit until they have arrived at their destination. There is also a copilot seat and controls near the front of the ship. The ship can carry 6 clone troopers, 2 pilots, and 1 gunner. The ship has two blasters on it's wings and two small blasters on it's wings. Also the ship is operatable in both space and in the atmesphere of a planet.
About this creation

The cockpit (open).

Near the front of the ship (open). This is where the co-pilot is seated along with a clone passenger and there is the gun rick to the right. In the far back you can see the ladder that leads up to the turret controls.

The front half of the ship (open).

The turret controls which are in the middle of the ship (open).

The back of the ship where the clone passengers are awaiting to be dropped off at their destination (open).

The back half of the ship (open).

The whole crew of the ship.

Front view of the dropship.

Republic insignia from the Republic Dropship LEGO set.

The turret.

It can carry an AT-MT.

It can also carry an AT-RT.

The cockpit (outside).

The head can move down....

and up.

~Please Comment!~



Comments

 I like it 
  February 9, 2010
Cool. I like all the room and the shape of it. Also the name is clever. Nice job.
 I like it 
  February 9, 2010
yeah iknow, i was just telling you the names are taken. i soppuse theres nothing wrong with double-naming once in a while. great job
 I like it 
  February 6, 2010
Awesome.I would not want to be the driods right now.Also,nice design.
 I made it 
  January 30, 2010
Quoting Clone General Shcuzy (or Nothing) 3 things 1.there is a character called Durge, but he's a bounty hunter 2.there is a cruiser called the hammerhead-class 3. great job. i know how hard it is to build with odd and limited pieces.
Technically it looks nothing like a hammerhead class 3 cruise ship: http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/File:Endarconcept.jpg and I couldn't think of a better name for my commander. Anyway, thanks for the comment!
 I like it 
  January 30, 2010
3 things 1.there is a character called Durge, but he's a bounty hunter 2.there is a cruiser called the hammerhead-class 3. great job. i know how hard it is to build with odd and limited pieces.
 I like it 
  January 29, 2010
Sweet! It's pretty big and can hold a good amount of vehicles and troopers I like the colors and the insignia is great! 5/5!
 I made it 
  January 28, 2010
Quoting Farhan Salman Nice, a stingray?
Its actually in the shape of a Hammerhead shark, but I guess it kinda does look like a Stingray. Thanks for the comment!
 I like it 
  January 28, 2010
Nice, a stingray?
 
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