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C-900 Globe Trotter
Newest build for D&C II. I'll post some modern stuff soon. Thanks for viewing please rate and comment.
About this creation
C-900 Globe Trotter:
Top Speed: 650 MPH
Weight: 900 Tons
Armor: Titanium quatraborite , aluminum, carbon nano tubes, and 2x flare launchers
Load: 12x tracked vehicles (M666, M10, etc...), 49 seats on upper deck and additional 96 if bottom deck configured for total of 145, or 128 paratroopers on lower deck and additional 60 on upper deck for total of 188.
Power Plant: 8x AW-450 Jet turbine engines
Combat Range: Classified (believed to be over 100,000 miles)
Crew: 6 pilots, 2 loadmasters, 2 navigators, and 2 communications officers


The massive C-900 is the cargo aircraft of the UTA. Once again the R&D department of the UTA demonstrates that beauty is a low priority.


When the first one landed at an airbase, the wings nearly clipped the tower. Due to this, all runways were widened by 100ft.


Its vertical stabilizer is larger than the wings of most fighter and weighs 25 tons.


Flares grant the C-900 some survivability, but without fighter escort, it is a easy target for enemy pilots.


Boxy, yes, functional, very yes. I might unboxify it someday.


B-52 style engines give the C-900 the trust to fly and not just fall.


And the front is open! The nose splits open and a ramp deploys so that troops and cargo can be loaded.


The back also opens so than loading can be done twice as fast.


Oh look a thing, what's so special about it?


Tada, it's an elevator to the top deck. I like functionality, don't judge.


Interior, front most is the operators area, (pilots, loadmsters, etc..) the more rear is the passenger compartment, the grey and black things are seats.


Sclaed vehicles. Left to right: infantry, M50, HMMWV, M1A6, M50 AA, M170 MRLS, M10, M666, M5A1, M3A1, P-9, AP-12, and UH-60 rotors folded and unfolded.


Group picture. I am very proud of the mini scale vehicles.


Thanks for viewing, please rate and comment.


Building instructions
Download building instructions (LEGO Digital Designer)

Comments

 I like it 
  September 28, 2013
That is massive! I love how you made the wheels, and the function is great :)
 I made it 
  August 21, 2013
Quoting Achintya Prasad Nice! I love the mini vehicles, and the elevator; nice touch! Though, I do mirror what Navy said; a little bit more sleek, nd you have very fine machine :-) Anyways, let me recommend for you to join the group, TFOL Private club; you'd fit right in :-D
Thank you. V2 is in the works, mostly a look upgrade. I'll look into joining that group.
 I like it 
  August 21, 2013
Nice! I love the mini vehicles, and the elevator; nice touch! Though, I do mirror what Navy said; a little bit more sleek, nd you have very fine machine :-) Anyways, let me recommend for you to join the group, TFOL Private club; you'd fit right in :-D
 I made it 
  August 21, 2013
Quoting Navy Person nice plane! and great work on the mini vehicles, the only think i dont really like about it is that the front seems a little too flat. other than that its a great build!
Thank you. Like I said, I want to make it less boxy, but I have other projects going on so this one is on the back burner.
 I like it 
  August 21, 2013
nice plane! and great work on the mini vehicles, the only think i dont really like about it is that the front seems a little too flat. other than that its a great build!
 
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