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grohl

Podracer

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68 cm long and 32 cm wide model inspired by the racing vehicles from Star Wars:EP 1. With opening canopy, joysticks controlling the cables holding the engines, opening mouth revealing a laser cannon operated by a lever in the cockpit and retractable landing gear resembling claws. 17 wheels used in total.

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"Errhhh, Watto like it!" mask_watto_deluxe.jpg:tongue: The use of wheels as the engine pods is different from what most folks would think for this month's Technic Challenge.

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Thats a really creative way to use wheels, but are they considered wheels or just rims is another question.

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Thank you all.

It is just inspired by Star Wars Podracers, but the thing you can see is just my imagination coming true through my hands.

Thats a really creative way to use wheels, but are they considered wheels or just rims is another question.

Good point. I hope for the first option. :pir-sceptic:

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Great work, love it! I have to say one of my favorite parts is how you did the energy binder.

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At first I thought: "where are the wheels ?", but then I saw that they were used in an unusual, but very cool, creative and original way. Very nice model !!! (Off-topic) By the way, your Harrier (which hasn't been posted here yet) is also very very beautiful !

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Thank you. I have to say the same about your Little Devil. This car really took my heart. I love IT!

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