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Ecto-1 9 Volt Light & Sound (LCS version)
Ecto-1, 7 studs wide, equipped with Light & Sound functions, able to move via LCS, fits 4 Ghostbusters minifigs and a 9V battery box
About this creation

Hi all,

some of you may know the Ecto-1 already, built in August 2013, at least as a part of the 2013 car collection or from the LCS video where it can be seen moving. Now that it is completed with the printed parts from the amazing Cuusoo/Ideas set 21108 - and those great figs, of course -, it may be worth to be presented as a single MOC.

First off, a credit to my dear friend Brucewaynelego-Toyshansolo who just gave me his own Ecto (and built a new one for himself) so that I could do what can be called a heart transplantation - the whole technical Light & Sound 9V unit is taken out of BWL-THS's Ecto, and I just had to build the car around it.

Btw. the Light & Sound parts which are used surprisingly rarely offer a wide range of functions - for the usual purposes you may omit any third party stuff.



The car is rather a rolling frame, the upper part can be detached to get the figs in and out. Detachable parts:



The car has been reinforced lately so that it can move via LCS for several laps without breaking down too early , but it will be rather a special feature in the future town than moving all the time. Plus it looks quite well together with the figs outside of the car, I think.

Video:



Thanks for looking!



Comments

 I made it 
  August 15, 2014
@Daniel: Thanks. Yes, that's the road system with propulsion by tread, see http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/380665. @Vinny: Thanks a lot Vinny, glad you like it that much! @david: Yeah, having the figs and printed tiles is fantastic. It is quite stuffed, but there's no room to loose when you want to do something like that. @adam: Thanks a lot! @Frank: Glad you like it!
 I like it 
  July 22, 2014
Great car. You can immediately recognise it What is this LCS you mention? Is it the road that lets Ecto-1 move? If so, I would love to have one!
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  June 18, 2014
Very beautiful creation !!!
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  June 8, 2014
NICE! glad the set came out and we have access to those cool minifigs. I noticed int he pic it looks like the ENTIRE back of the car is filled to the roofline with the white power functions box. WOW, just barely can get the 4 minifigs in there, huh? Great work on the transplant
 I like it 
  June 8, 2014
nice job!:D
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  June 8, 2014
pretty neat!
 I made it 
  June 7, 2014
Thanks a lot guys! @Dr. Monster: Many thanks! @Nick: Thanks a lot for your kind words. @Cheryl: Thank you very much! Bustin' makes us feel good, I guess. @David: Thanks a lot! @Colby: Many thanks! @Joshua: Glad you like it! @Yann: Many thanks!
 I like it 
  June 7, 2014
Sweet ride and cool video. Great job.
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  June 7, 2014
Superb. What's really impressive is your achievement of this in a car smaller than the set that'll fit with a City layout. Amazing work.
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  June 6, 2014
Love the Ghost Busters. Excellent creation.
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  June 6, 2014
Cool rendition.
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  June 6, 2014
Who ya gonna call? Marcus Paul! Awesome work
 I like it 
  June 6, 2014
It looks great, Marcus! Very nice work.
 I like it 
  June 6, 2014
Superb! I like it a lot!! 5/5 8-)
 
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