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Side by side comparison with GNAT

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Very nice. Much better than the official version.

It looks properly armored and strong.

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I gotta be honest, I like yours better than TLG's version. Your wheels may be a tad small, but they look much better than the other ones.

Yours has a very solid look to it, and I love the inner chambers.

Thank goodness the internet lets you keep all these spectacular creations to share with us.

Keep up the good work!

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Whoa! Gotta work on those wheels, much too small!

You did notice that this is from 2005 before you posted that, didn't you?

It's quite impossible to change now and with the bricks available back then, this is a very good solution in my opinion.

A lot has happened in those 5 years...

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I like your Juggernaut more than GNAT.

Me too!

Very nice. Much better than the official version.

It looks properly armored and strong.

Which do you think will survive a head-on collision? :grin:

Whoa! Gotta work on those wheels, much too small!

None bigger at that time.

I gotta be honest, I like yours better than TLG's version. Your wheels may be a tad small, but they look much better than the other ones.

Yours has a very solid look to it, and I love the inner chambers.

Thank goodness the internet lets you keep all these spectacular creations to share with us.

Keep up the good work!

This is still built alongside a few other MOCs which I intend to take better pics in the future.

You did notice that this is from 2005 before you posted that, didn't you?

It's quite impossible to change now and with the bricks available back then, this is a very good solution in my opinion.

A lot has happened in those 5 years...

As a side note, the undercarriage is actually built like the 8454 Technic Rescue Truck which was ransacked for parts to build this.

AC

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That's a great version of the Juggernaut 'ACPin', excellent job once again! pirate_thumbup.gif Your build is much much better than the official CTT. I especially liked how you got the right look of the cockpit, not just wedge plates-put-together like in the official one.

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Very nice, especially considering the time of build.

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That's a real nice job, especially considering the time. Somehow the tower makes me laugh.

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Dang, why does everything you make have to be better than the Official Set? default_tong.gif

Really amazing, as always. Maybe TLG should have based the set off of that.

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That's a great version of the Juggernaut 'ACPin', excellent job once again! pirate_thumbup.gif Your build is much much better than the official CTT. I especially liked how you got the right look of the cockpit, not just wedge plates-put-together like in the official one.

I based my design from the early pics of the Turbo Tank and didn't know that TLC was releasing a set for it.

Very nice, especially considering the time of build.

:sweet:

Awesome! This is way better than the official sets. :thumbup:

Now go build one! :grin:

Dang, why does everything you make have to be better than the Official Set? default_tong.gif

Really amazing, as always. Maybe TLG should have based the set off of that.

If they were paying attention, they should have! :laugh:

AC

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