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Cargo plane C1-200 StratoRanger
The extended version of my StratoFreighter. NOTE: please look at my StratoFreighter first. sorry for the blurry pics.
About this creation
THIS IS A FICTIONAL PLANE

Info:
This is the extended verson of the StratoRanger (it got longer by 10 studs.
Its built buy MAI (Manthan Aircraft industries)


NOTE: Please see the first version of the C1 to fully understand this moc.
http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/276868

Length: 79 studs
Wingspan: 74 studs
Fuselage height: 10
Total height 24

Main picture


Front


Back


Side


Top


Comparison with a minifig (in front of the left engine)


Comparison of the engine with the minifig.





Comments

manthanboeing MAD
 I like it 
Andrew AKA Hump-Free
  November 22, 2011
Hey Man, Thanks For Joining The HFR!!! Bunch. So, before I review, I'm letting you know that I'm assuming the color scheme is due to brick limitations. If this is not the case, please correct me on that. Okay, so I looked this over, and it 's very nicely shaped, looks very well proportioned, and accurate to a actual cargo plane. The only issue I have is the lack of features, such as moving rudders and flaps, I feel that adding such features would boost the overall value of the MOC. You may also want to strive for making your backgrounds white, without a consistent backdrop, some of the detail work may be lost, due to color conflicts between the MOC and the backdrop. This also provides more presentation value for the MOC, which is always a plus. So, overall, very nicely shaped, but I feel that you may want to add some feature to add to the realism, and you may want to up the ante on your presentation. Nice work on this MOC.
 I made it 
  November 22, 2011
Quoting Andrew AKA Hump-Free Hey Man, Thanks For Joining The HFR!!! Bunch. So, before I review, I'm letting you know that I'm assuming the color scheme is due to brick limitations. If this is not the case, please correct me on that. Okay, so I looked this over, and it 's very nicely shaped, looks very well proportioned, and accurate to a actual cargo plane. The only issue I have is the lack of features, such as moving rudders and flaps, I feel that adding such features would boost the overall value of the MOC. You may also want to strive for making your backgrounds white, without a consistent backdrop, some of the detail work may be lost, due to color conflicts between the MOC and the backdrop. This also provides more presentation value for the MOC, which is always a plus. So, overall, very nicely shaped, but I feel that you may want to add some feature to add to the realism, and you may want to up the ante on your presentation. Nice work on this MOC.
Yes, the colour scheme is due to lack of brick, i tried to make a few control surface but i didnt have the hinge pieces to make more
 I like it 
  July 17, 2011
A nice overall shape - and very colorful! This would look neat and attract attention at any airport :-)
manthanboeing MAD
Lego System Guy Brick
  June 28, 2011
Nice plane color scheme gives it a classic lego look
 
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