bricksmarlin

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  • Birthday February 13

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    Hildesheim
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    Home theater/Video-Games/Cooking with friends/and Lego, of course

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  1. Done! Have just mounted the wings, and what should I say? Just awesome! As mentioned before, great model, great instruction, fun to build and no problem at all! So thank you again to Renegade Clone for this fantastic work! http://www.imperiumdersteine.de/index.php?/gallery/album/6685-zeta-class-shuttle/
  2. Almost done. Now I just have to put everything together.
  3. @Renegade Clone Yes I did. To be honest it is an absolute joy to build this ship! The instructions are great, the model is super sturdy and everything is really straightforward!
  4. The result of a long night!
  5. The last order has been sent, the build will start tomorrow.
  6. Thumbs up @EKae. Another great looking Cr-90. When I saw the LDD file for the first time I was not sure, but the color scheme looks really cool with real bricks. @mortesv that sounds great My project for this weekend is Renegade Clones Zeta Class Shuttle. (and maybe the Saturn V)
  7. Congratulations Scott! Great work, looks fantastic! Maybe a 2x4 plate and two 2x4 wedge plates to cover the gray parts!?
  8. Almost all parts are there. Waiting for 2 more orders. Next week the fun begins
  9. Another 200€ for parts! Did not like the used parts. Now all visible parts will be new.
  10. Bricklink - Easy Buy
  11. @ecmo47 You can see it because of the square "deepening", part 85941 has a little circle! On Mortes pics you can see the little squares! Believe me I bought 44 of the wrong part before I noticed
  12. In the LDD it looks as if part 85941 is used. It should be part 6259.
  13. I paid 350€ altogether! Old and new parts!
  14. @EKae Yes, it runs through the entire body.
  15. Hello Ecmo. You're right, my construction is more like the one from Scottish Dave. But it's not exactly what I did. I have built individual sections, which were then assembled at the end. The individual sections were connected directly to each other. (parts 30414/11211) The backbone of technic bricks is fixed with the help of technic axle 3 (4519) and technic plate 2x4 with 3 holes (3709b). http://www.imperiumdersteine.de/index.php?/gallery/album/6681-sonstiges/