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Mitsubishi A6M
Zero, japanese WWII fighter
About this creation
inspired by the Daniel Siskind's "Zero"
movable rudder
japanese minifig pilot
flaps movable
folding wing tips








































Comments

john lamarck
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Karl M
  September 10, 2012
Brilliant design, and clever use of hinges on the wings.
john lamarck
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LT.BARREL ROLL!
  July 23, 2010
"all those zeros sure do add up"-frank. anyway,the ZERO has helped me win alot in B.A. Great recreation!
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  April 12, 2008
The best ever! Please make an ldd of this because i want to buy it! Please give me an email and give me some tips on making planes!
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  March 28, 2008
wow!! this is cool!! Please check my ARMY creations!
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  January 17, 2008
Wow! You nailed the shape perfectly! We have a video where one B-17 successfully fended off seventeen of these.
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  November 26, 2007
WOW! This is fantastic!! And very accurate. keep buiding! Please check out my new tank if you get the chance.
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  October 8, 2007
This looks just like the real Mitsubshi A6M! I like how you put the Japanese symbol on the wings and body.
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  September 15, 2007
Nice work. The landing gear and working tail are nice upgrades to the Brickmania version. Not to stir the tile versus stud debate, but but lack of studs is more due to your use of bricks for wings rather tiling the plates. I'm working on build of Shoeless Joe's P-61 and would be done if not for all of the tiles. Don't let studs bother you, they are after all what makes Lego a Lego.
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  September 15, 2007
Very nice. I am especially fond of the purist approaches to the wind shield & the insignia. Awesome work
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  September 14, 2007
Great use of hinges on the wings and rudders, and where the fuselage narrows toward the tail. This is a very nice-looking model.
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  September 14, 2007
very nice, good design. accurate. 5/5
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  September 14, 2007
This thing is awsome its the most realistic a6m zero ive seen great job**David
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  September 14, 2007
Many people feel that studlessness and "real" aircraft don't mix. You are clearly above this lazy philosophy. Excellent work.
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  September 14, 2007
Very unique cockpit, cool & original
 
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