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Review: 20006 Mini Clone Turbo Tank

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#1 Masked Builder

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 01:28 AM

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This is first of the mini Star Wars models that I got so it’s a good place to start my series of Star Wars mini reviews.  It is also one of my favorite Star Wars Vehicles (along with most Republic vehicles).  So I was quite happy when it came with my Brickmaster in November of 2008.

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Name: Clone Turbo Tank
Theme: Star Wars
Year: 2008
Pieces: 64
Minifigs: N/A
Price: Came with November 2008 Brickmaster

The Review


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Here's a picture of the bag.  Nothing special really.  Just some fun art for the younger kids receiving this.

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The back of the bag has your normal safety warning on it.


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Out of the bag tumble the instructions and 64 parts with three extras.  (which you will see later)

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Here we have the assortment of parts for the model.  Not a bad selection.


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Front of the map.  Nothing special, just the same art as the baggy.

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Random Instruction Page.

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Back of the instructions.  Again nothing special just some ads for the some other sets.

The Build

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By step Five you've built the main base for the model as well as the first layer of the tank.

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By step ten you've got more of it coming together.

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By step fifteen you almost have the entire tank built.  And by step Seventeen you've completed the model!


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Extras.  It's always nice to get more of those "t" parts.

The Completed Model

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Front view.  Looks like the real thing; I would have liked some lights or something but Lego did okay with this.

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Side.  This looks a lot better when you switch out the dark Red for some dark Green.

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Back.  I would have liked to see a new part maybe a new one of these on the back but it might be that might be pushing it.

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3/4 view.  This gives you a general overview of the model.

Special Techniques

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Some SNOT was used in the construction.  You can see it in this picture.

Final Thoughts

Playability: 9/10 I could spend hours playing with this if I wanted to, but I’m not much of a role player.
Design: 8/10 Quite simple, but it does convey the overall shape of the original.
Price: 10/10 I would hope this would have cost around $5.99 if it were for sale.  If that is true then you get a great price-per-piece ratio in this set.
Overall: 27/30 Overall a good score for a small set.  I could see a 5 or 6 year old enjoying this set quite a bit.

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#2 Brickdoctor


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Posted 23 November 2010 - 01:57 AM

Great review, Masked, and congrats on your Bronze badge!

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 02:32 AM

Nice review MB, congrats on the RA badge! Posted Image Looking forward for more reviews from you soon.

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 05:17 AM

Meh. I liked the AT-AT better :tongue:

Nice review though. And nice parting shot :sweet:

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 06:19 AM

Nice Review MB! :thumbup:
I like this mini, one of TLG's better ones.
The parts and design of the set are good, but I agree with you, that wedge plate would have made the back look alot smoother. :thumbup:
Thanks for the review! :sweet:

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#6 Masked Builder

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 02:05 PM

Thanks All!  Glad you guys liked it. :sweet:

#7 Emperor


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Posted 23 November 2010 - 06:04 PM

Great review! :thumbup:

Good pictures, especially the last one ;)

I like this mini, the overall shape and the details are great. It looks more like a tank than the new big one...

#8 Walter Kovacs

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 09:25 PM

Great review, Masked Builder.  The CTT is one of my favorite Star Wars MINI sets.  The details that TLC captured in this scale are impressive.  

I love that closing photo.  Priceless.   :laugh:
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