I think I should set some expectations: it's nominally an "executive cruiser" for lack of a better term, but in this case I envisioned more of a space private jet, and I think I defined the size and accommodations accordingly. Then again, I've only ridden in a small timeshare once, so your mileage may vary.
That being said, the design language is much more bus/railcar as that's where much more of the Art Deco I've seen manifests itself.
The roof and rear fins have a smattering of SNOT, but most of the construction is conventional studs-on-top. There is also a full interior in a hybrid plane/train sort of style (thank you Santa Fe car set). I would say my favorite interior thing is the doubly angled control panel on the flight deck.
And the full Brickshelf gallery as well.
Edited by Commander Wolf, 18 October 2012 - 09:07 AM.