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Refreshment Rover and Rainbow Analysis Rover
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  February 24, 2013
Very nice rovers, David. My favorite is definitely the first. I wish there were a few more shots of that one. Don't get me wrong, I like the second as well. That's one of those special MOCs that make you use your imagination as you try to figure out what those rainbow pieces are for. Very well done.
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  February 10, 2013
Original (as usual), funny and very poetic (for the Rainbow rover). You seem to live in a beautiful oniric world...
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  February 9, 2013
Quoting David Roberts Brilliant use of the old, red ship ballast piece. Brilliant parts usage. Rainbow analysis seems so appropriate for Classic Space era Lego too.
Rainbow rover was one of those rare MOCs where I came up with the name before the design.
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  February 9, 2013
Brilliant use of the old, red ship ballast piece. Brilliant parts usage. Rainbow analysis seems so appropriate for Classic Space era Lego too.
David Alexander Smith
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Emerald Knight
  February 8, 2013
Oh the good old days when I had classic lego space !! Such good stuff ! Great idea to use those old ship weights for a tank !>....well done Alex
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  February 8, 2013
"Ice cream! Get your reconstituted freeze-dried ice cream right here!" Love it.
  February 8, 2013
Unbelievable coolness!!! Brain freeze in space, the next rover should be an ibuprofen dispenser. X] Any chance it dispences adult beverages?
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  February 8, 2013
Very nice! Some quality creativity there.
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  February 8, 2013
Fun indeed! I love finding a new use for a single-use piece :-)
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  February 8, 2013
So cool! It's a real beauty in all its originality.
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  February 8, 2013
I like how your builds are just so unique but believable! Another awesome creation :D
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  February 8, 2013
great excentricly designed vehicles, more pics please!
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  February 8, 2013
Haha, these are great!
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  February 8, 2013
Quoting Mike Johnson I see someone's been keeping himself busy lately, bravo!
Busy, busy, busy - that's me.
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  February 8, 2013
Quoting Topsy Creatori (StoveTopCreator!) Gosh I hope those guys only detect em radiations in the visible light range or else they'll be fried! Hopefully that refreshment juice has been fermenting a bit and they'll be fried while descending into an oblivious stupor! What a way to go! Yikes, the perils of space! :)
My CS spacemen operate on a heady diet of refreshers and ginger beer. As for radiation, there has to be a reason for that peculiar yellow skin tone!
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  February 8, 2013
Quoting Broken Bricks Nice, original designs! Like the rainbow rover especially!
Thanks,bringing colour to a grey world I think.
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  February 8, 2013
Quoting El Barto ! Always wondered what to do with those boat pieces. Clever!
Imagine arrow if these lined up in a space craft engine room, a sprinkling of pipes and you'd be away.
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  February 8, 2013
Quoting Tris B I'm most impressed by your determination to put the most unusable and obscure pieces into alternate situations. I can't even use my boat weights/keels on the boats there meant for. (unless I'm having a bath)
I wonder if I could invert the tank and make the rover aquatic ... Hmmm
 I made it 
  February 8, 2013
Quoting Nils O. A very cool design and clever use of the boat weight! Great job! :-))
Some hidden pin and snot work in there to get this to work.
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  February 8, 2013
Quoting Chris Roach refreshing!
Not sure if this makes sense outside the UK but the rainbow kind of reminds me of a tube of refreshers. http://www.aquarterof.co.uk/refreshers-p-72.html
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  February 8, 2013
Quoting Emerald Knight Oh the good old days when I had classic lego space !! Such good stuff ! Great idea to use those old ship weights for a tank !>....well done Alex
I find the tank one of the most inspiring pieces in my box of bricks - so much so I'm considering buying a few more.
 I made it 
  February 8, 2013
Quoting MCLegoboy ! Now that's what I call Nice parts usage. Who'da thunk a boat motor could become usable? ;)
It has a secondary function, providing the counter-weight to allow the overhang cab.
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  February 8, 2013
I see someone's been keeping himself busy lately, bravo!
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  February 8, 2013
Gosh I hope those guys only detect em radiations in the visible light range or else they'll be fried! Hopefully that refreshment juice has been fermenting a bit and they'll be fried while descending into an oblivious stupor! What a way to go! Yikes, the perils of space! :)
 I like it 
  February 8, 2013
Nice, original designs! Like the rainbow rover especially!
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  February 8, 2013
Always wondered what to do with those boat pieces. Clever!
 I like it 
  February 8, 2013
I'm most impressed by your determination to put the most unusable and obscure pieces into alternate situations. I can't even use my boat weights/keels on the boats there meant for. (unless I'm having a bath)
 I like it 
  February 8, 2013
A very cool design and clever use of the boat weight! Great job! :-))
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  February 8, 2013
refreshing!
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  February 8, 2013
Now that's what I call Nice parts usage. Who'da thunk a boat motor could become usable? ;)
 
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