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Firefighter Mech . This was originally for a LEGO Club City contest, but I decided to not enter, and post it here on MOCpages. . In the directions for the contest, the word "vehicle" was used. I decided to go out of the ordinary and make a mech instead of a truck (it is still technically a vehicle... but at the same time, it isn't). Here's how it turned out. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Action pose! Action pose with water! The hand/claw. The water cannon. The legs. The water tank. Note the unnecessary greebling. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Now, this may seem weird, but... ...What this whole robot really is is a mech inside a mech! Big and small mech. The empty space right in the middle of the big one is where the small mech goes. Here you can see the connection between the big and small mech and that it blends in with all the greebles holding the water tank. Front of the small mech. I only had the old style of firefighter torso, so I just went along with that. And, in case you were wondering, the big yellow piece is from Alpha Team (I don't know what set). Chainsaw arm. Back. The studs on top are the connection points to attach to the big mech. Water sprayer arm. Look! It can spray water, too!


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