Here is the plane, I've taken the engines off the back, added an extra set of windows (instead of the back engines) and taken the wings off the top of the tail and put them on the top of the fuselage. I've also "painted" the plane in a hybrid Nova Airlines livery.
Top view of the plane.
Front view of the plane.
Side of the plane, with the new engine system.
Back of the plane
Front of the plane with the engine.
Back of the plane, with the extra set of windows visible.
The business class section of the plane. Their is one business class seat (europe +) .
The large LCD personal screen of Europe +
The divider between the economy and the Europe + cabins, with green and red lights for seat belt and no smoking signs.
The economy cabin, which seats 4. Every seat has a large individual screen. By taking away the 2 stud high plates in the original plane, passengers are now lower then the ceiling, and seats can therefore be installed at every place in the cabin.
Another view of the economy cabin of the plane
The Boeing 737-700 next to the ARJ21 (#3181, the original set)
Quoting Stephen Abbott
It's cool to see you're trying out all the new sets and adapting them! Great job!
It's actually a great set, I recommend it. At first I taught it would not be great before I bought it, but the little truck that comes with it is great, and the plane is also good, one you take away things inside that limit your own "creative imagination" according to lego universe ^^.
August 25, 2010
the best lego plane mod i ever saw
also the best 737
the engines are a to low to takeoff