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L 666 Moon Landing Craft
This is my entry to the The Classic Space Pocket Money Contest.
About this creation
The moc consist of 93 parts (+1 for the minifig). Its made up with parts, that were available in 1979.
Its a apacecraft for exploring new places on planets. Therefor it has the 4 landing gears to land in vertical way. After the work is done, it takeoff vertical again.

















Here is the 1st alternative. A small simple space craft




The 2nd alternative is a robot, controlled by the small controll-center.




The 3rd and last alternative is something completly different.
A race court with some kind of hover board. :)






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** Update at 15th January 2013: LDD-File added **
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Building instructions
Download building instructions (LEGO Digital Designer)

Comments

 I like it 
  December 15, 2013
Very Classic Spacey!
 I like it 
  January 17, 2013
Neat... Love your design here!
 I made it 
  January 15, 2013
Quoting David Roberts I love how this spaceship has visual elements from the Apollo landers. The legs look good for absorbing touch-downs and the big side rockets should easily enable a blast-off from any planet that you care to explore. Good to see manoeuvring thrusters and an array on comms kit too. 9 Nice to see lots of variety in the alternatives. Iím not sure that a CS space scooter works in blue but I do like the shape, with its angle screen and novel controls. The remote controlled buggy has NPU for its wheels and I like the control room, up on its podium. Finally the hoverĖboard is just fun! 9 Folding legs, an adjustable radar, plus a cockpit which fully opens to get the pilot in and out. The side rockets could be detachable boosters, like on the Space Shuttles. Where could you go and explore in a craft like this: anywhere! A robust build too. 9 Itís amazing how big a spacecraft you can get from less than 100 bricks: well done! I like how all of the CS ships had wings and how you have rejected this and gone for a pure spaceship, not meant to go into the atmosphere. 9 Total score 36
Thank you. :)
 I made it 
  January 15, 2013
Quoting David Roberts I love how this spaceship has visual elements from the Apollo landers. The legs look good for absorbing touch-downs and the big side rockets should easily enable a blast-off from any planet that you care to explore. Good to see manoeuvring thrusters and an array on comms kit too. 9 Nice to see lots of variety in the alternatives. Iím not sure that a CS space scooter works in blue but I do like the shape, with its angle screen and novel controls. The remote controlled buggy has NPU for its wheels and I like the control room, up on its podium. Finally the hoverĖboard is just fun! 9 Folding legs, an adjustable radar, plus a cockpit which fully opens to get the pilot in and out. The side rockets could be detachable boosters, like on the Space Shuttles. Where could you go and explore in a craft like this: anywhere! A robust build too. 9 Itís amazing how big a spacecraft you can get from less than 100 bricks: well done! I like how all of the CS ships had wings and how you have rejected this and gone for a pure spaceship, not meant to go into the atmosphere. 9 Total score 36
Thank you. :)
 I like it 
  January 15, 2013
I love how this spaceship has visual elements from the Apollo landers. The legs look good for absorbing touch-downs and the big side rockets should easily enable a blast-off from any planet that you care to explore. Good to see manoeuvring thrusters and an array on comms kit too. 9 Nice to see lots of variety in the alternatives. Iím not sure that a CS space scooter works in blue but I do like the shape, with its angle screen and novel controls. The remote controlled buggy has NPU for its wheels and I like the control room, up on its podium. Finally the hoverĖboard is just fun! 9 Folding legs, an adjustable radar, plus a cockpit which fully opens to get the pilot in and out. The side rockets could be detachable boosters, like on the Space Shuttles. Where could you go and explore in a craft like this: anywhere! A robust build too. 9 Itís amazing how big a spacecraft you can get from less than 100 bricks: well done! I like how all of the CS ships had wings and how you have rejected this and gone for a pure spaceship, not meant to go into the atmosphere. 9 Total score 36
 I made it 
  January 15, 2013
Quoting David Alexander Smith Design: The design works for me, because it channels the spirit of the 60s and 70s space programmes, which CS was so obviously ciphering. 8.5 Piece Selection: Whilst the two alternatives are clever ideas they donít have the polish of the main build, still very nice. 7 Playability: The play value comes from the shift in seating position in flight, and the adjustable landing legs in flight. I can here count downs of 5,4,3,2,1 Ö blast off from bedrooms everywhere. 8 CS Factor: A clever nod to CSís own influences, which somehow captures the essence of the theme. 8
Thank you. :) I will add the LLD file now.
 I like it 
  January 15, 2013
Design: The design works for me, because it channels the spirit of the 60s and 70s space programmes, which CS was so obviously ciphering. 8.5 Piece Selection: Whilst the two alternatives are clever ideas they donít have the polish of the main build, still very nice. 7 Playability: The play value comes from the shift in seating position in flight, and the adjustable landing legs in flight. I can here count downs of 5,4,3,2,1 Ö blast off from bedrooms everywhere. 8 CS Factor: A clever nod to CSís own influences, which somehow captures the essence of the theme. 8
 I made it 
  January 8, 2013
Thanks for the comments guys. @the judges: I have a LDD-File rdy for upload (to have a closer look to the moc or piece counts etc). So if needed, tell me and i upload it. But I wont edit the moc until direct order from a judge. I hope the picture quality isnt to bad. :)
 I like it 
  December 17, 2012
Wow, the main model is so cool! I love the way it converts from "stand up mode" into "flight mode". Maybe the "legs" are a little fragile for serious playing, though. The alternatives are fine, but I think they don't match the main model in coolness. Anyway, great job! :-))
 I like it 
  December 16, 2012
I like the how the main model can be oriented either way for play.
 I like it 
  December 16, 2012
Nice work, man. The landing gear is really clever :)
 I like it 
  December 16, 2012
Ha ha! Cool, funny and nifty build! The main pic is just great!!
 I like it 
  December 16, 2012
cool classic reboot!
 I like it 
  December 16, 2012
This looks great, very classic - a strong contender.
 I like it 
  December 16, 2012
Not bad at all ... The first one reminds me of apollo .. The last one to me, looks more like a portal or something ... :P
 
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