Thirdwigg

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After six months of working, I am finally done with my Spitfire MkIIa. The MOC has working propeller, propeller pitch, landing gear, cockpit controls, rudder, elevators, ailerons, flaps, and accurate markings. Much more at thirdwigg.com.

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Enjoy.

Spitfire

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Typhoon

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Cadillac ATS

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T-55

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Coast Guard Helicopter

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Arocs Tipper

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Claas Atos

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Unimog 437

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3T Sports Sedan

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John Deere 6130R

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Edited by Thirdwigg

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I love the Spitfire :wub: . I love Lego :wub: . So this is: :wub_drool: :wub_drool: :wub_drool: :wub_drool: :wub_drool: :wub_drool: :wub_drool: :wub_drool:

An AMAZING model Thirdwigg, it is so detailed, and HUGE, with all the functions you'd expect.

Edited by legomuppet9

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Great build and nice implementations of the functions!

Awesome! :wub:

Edit: By the way, i really like that joystick design. After taking a good look at the video i can see you managed to keep it simple but have all the functions. Clever idea :thumbup:

Edited by captainmib

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I guess it has been a little too long since I have been here. I have posted some new MOCs on my website, including this working Feller.

Enjoy.

Edited by Ecclesiastes
Please don't use eurobricks as a billboard for your website. Instead post some of the pictures or video here!(link deleted)

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I would like a copy of the instructions! It looks awesome and would give some "color" to all the yellow models i have :)

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I have added some improvements to the MAN TGS that I submitted to the Triple contest. Being limited to 500 elements limited my creativity, so I decided to add some features.

Feel free to see the writeup here, or visit the full gallery here.

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<iframe width="640" height="390" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/zKvsXsUCjcs" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

Edited by Thirdwigg

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I think that this one is one of the best LEGO planes I've seen so far. ;)

I agree, it is amazing :)

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I am having some difficulty posting pictures to this topic. Can I post a picture that is hosted on Flickr?

Yes, you can post a picture hosted anywhere as long as you have the link to it. Just use the button above the edit window to insert an image link. Note that if you are using Eurobricks on a mobile device you will have the "lite" version of the editor and won't see the buttons.

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Yes, you can post a picture hosted anywhere as long as you have the link to it. Just use the button above the edit window to insert an image link. Note that if you are using Eurobricks on a mobile device you will have the "lite" version of the editor and won't see the buttons.

I get a warning "You are not allowed to use that image extension on this community." Any suggestions.

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That's a new one to me. What kind of image are you trying to post? Here is one of your Flickr photos:

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Your Spitfire images from Brickshelf are too large (over 2000 pixels!) to post here.

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