Thanks to everyone, sorry I can't comment to you each individually (MOCpages is running painfully slowly). My son loved this and is refusing to let me break it up. Yes there are two Un-photographed elements: a computer lab and an equipment store. It was fun to make and rekindled my CS passion - expect more soon.
ah, ah! pedal to the space metal! cool rig, I like that it turns, the interior is detailed, an extra fast buggy is always convenient in recon and fast strikes! I love those balloon wheels, their my favs in that size, well done David!
Oh how I loved to make big rig space labs when I was exploiting my imagination. These were perfect for exploring distant planets and encountering aliens. I always fashioned them off the Mobile Space Lab but this is fantastic. I love how bulky it is and the trans yellow cockpit. Always have a special place in my heart for those classic wheels. AND it's got a rover! Perfection! Playable perfection. @ Clayton - There's barely enough room for one of David Roberts' Hoppers let alone a beautiful behemoth like this. (I already tried.) ;) Great one David!
I like how the big trans-yellow cab and those old wheels give this a real Classic Space feel. There's loads to play with too. Is there an equipment bay with a white spaceman in the trailer with the buggy? I like the grey and yellow greebles on the roof of the trailer.
You must be the coolest dad. Your kid gets custom LEGO sets made by his dad, and their good! He'll grow up as an outcast though because he'll love all the 70's style space themes than the new age stuff like Ninjago or Chima. :P
Brilliant, David. Of course I love when you throw a CS build on the site, but I'm pretty sure this is my favorite work so far. I love the color usage in this and also the repeated round features. The dishes are especially well-used. Some excellent playability in it as well. It clearly will not fall apart easily. Perfect for young hands. You also threw another little rover in there. Great touch. The front end is probably my favorite part. I really dig the huge windshield. Great work, sir!