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Technic Plane
After receiving a remote control P51D Mustang for Christmas, the idea hit me that I should build a Lego plane with functions such as ailerons, elevators and landing gear. I ended up with a design that was very sturdy and expandable. I took advantage of the design and added a rudder with steerable rear landing gear. Then I added an opening cockpit, the derpiest prop ever, paneling on the sides of the fuselage, and then ran out of things to upgrade.
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So here is a side/rear view of the "latest" version. Nothing to special here.


Here you can see that I lifted the canopy showing the joystick. In front of the cockpit, there is a tan gear. This is used for raising and lowering the landing gear.


The bottom of the plane showing some of the mechanical work as well as the folded landing gear.


Here is where things start to get interesting... Look at the right wing and you will notice that the aileron is "up" and the left aileron is "down".


This is the same thing as the picture above this, but I reversed the ailerons.


Here is the tail, with a rudder that is connected to the cockpit by a series of axles. You can also steer the rear landing gear because it is attached to the rudder on the bottom.





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