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there are two periods in Star Wars timeline that I am most interested in.

The other one is the end of the clone wars and the other the time related

to Grand Admiral Thrawn.

For this latter I have been building an Imperial Shuttle, so here you go:

[MOC] Imperial Shuttle


- Opening wings and retractable landing gear. They are actually synchronized, so when

you open the wings, the landing gears will automatically pull in, or when you close the wings,

the landing gears will automatically push out.

- Two fiber-wired missiles with a range up to some 2-3 meters. They are under the floor, and they fire

when you open their ports next to main turbolaser cannons. I will actually replace them with spring-shooters,

because they are very difficult to reload as the shuttle weights pretty much.

- Two spring-shooters behind the wing cannons, one at each. These ones are not present in the following

pictures as I am making an important upgrade to them. Before they were launched under the wings that was

again somewhat circus due to the weight. Now I make a button on the top of the wings, so that they would be

much easier to launch.

- Opening boarding ramp that is tall enough for a minifigure to walk in and out.

- Fully decorated interior and cocpit.

- Controllable twin laser cannon at the back of the ship that you can move from the inside of the shuttle. Control panels and viewport is inside the shuttle and

a minifigure can actually be played to use this cannon. However, it does not shoot anything.

- Cocpit walls can be easily removed so that you can play and access the seats. Also the main fin can be easily removed in order to

access the other parts of the interior.








This is still in the WIP-stage, because I will still make some modifications on the parts mentioned above.

Also the wings have been built up in a great hurry for a Lego-Show, so I will try to make them more studless

and symmetric.


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I have to say, you really made the most of all of the space in your cockpit. Really well done there in particular.

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