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About jamie75

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    Packs a large walker
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  1. jamie75

    Star Wars Rebels UCS Ghost - Minifig Scale

    Things always seem to happen after I build something! I finish my UCS Ghost and they release V 2.0. Now, Lego releases a piece I could have used, instead of redoing those front sections. I'm waiting to do the UCS Sandcrawler!!
  2. jamie75

    Star Wars Rebels UCS Ghost - Minifig Scale

    Sorry! I am not sharing my LDD files. If you want to build it, you'll have to pay Brickvault for the instructions. How did you prepare the bricks? Did you buy them all without having the instructions? Enjoy the build, it's massive. Jamie
  3. jamie75

    (MOC) - Cavegod's UCS Sandcrawler

    Glad I held off starting this! I had just finished brickvault's UCS Ghost when they release 2.0. I look forward to the new instructions for this. Thanks, Jamie
  4. Plus mortesv hasn't been on since Feb 14th. I spent about 15 minutes working on this in LDD and while it's not an exact copy. It's easy to figure out. Mine has 102 pieces. Jamie
  5. jamie75

    [MOC] Dwarf Spider Droid

    Haven't built any Mixel sets. I didn't know those existed.
  6. jamie75

    [MOC] Dwarf Spider Droid

    The socket part of the eyes looks like a stud shooter?
  7. jamie75

    (MOC) - Cavegod's UCS Sandcrawler

    Awesome!! Thanks for the help. Jamie
  8. jamie75

    (MOC) - Cavegod's UCS Sandcrawler

    No worries! Thanks for the help. After looking at the instructions, I think I may add motors to interior belts too. Probably need another battery box and motor for those? This may cost more than Brickvault's UCS Ghost?! Thanks for the help, Jamie
  9. jamie75

    (MOC) - Cavegod's UCS Sandcrawler

    Thanks for the reply! Would I still need the 2 linear actuators? Thanks again, Jamie
  10. jamie75

    (MOC) - Cavegod's UCS Sandcrawler

    After I finish my current project. I plan on starting this. I'm not going to put motors in the tracks. It doesn't seem practical! But, I have never use PF before and would like to put the motors on the ramp. Can someone help me out and let me know what I would need for that. A battery box, motor, wires, 2 linear actuators? Thanks, Jamie
  11. jamie75

    UCS Zeta-Class Cargo Shuttle

    This and the Sandcrawler are on my build list. I am working on Brickvault's UCS Ghost right now. And to be honest, after that, I need a break!! But, I have instructions already and a wanted list on Bricklink when I'm ready. Regardless, it is another insane build my Cavegod!! Where's the TIE Bomber at?
  12. jamie75

    Star Wars Rebels UCS Ghost - Minifig Scale

    I bought the instructions for the Ghost. I redid it in LDD. Made some changes to areas where they used expensive pieces, like the front where they used 8, dark bluish gray, 6191, curved top bricks. 8 of those pieces would have run about $70 US, plus shipping. I also divided the build into sections, like an official Lego set with numbered bags. 7 Sections total. It also makes it easier to order pieces. Instead of ordering 11k+ pieces in one sitting, I can space it out over the winter. The first section is 2742 pieces, but, the second it 1418. Anyone who has built this, probably knows where I stop a section and started a new one. I highly suggest you do this if you are going to undertake this build. I may even do it for the Sandcrawler when I get to it. This is what I came up with for the front. I am working on a UCS Phantom too. I'm not sure if I'll get to finish it before Brickvault does. But, right now I am working on the first section I did in LDD. I will order the second soon.
  13. jamie75

    Cavegod UCS AT-AT Instructions

    He last visited March 30, I doubt it.
  14. jamie75

    UCS AT-AT MOC for sale

    I didn't think anyone would bite at $1000. I lowered the price to $750. Make offers. I need to sell this ASAP.
  15. I have a Lego UCS AT-AT MOC for sale. I based my design on Brickplumbers about 10 years ago. We traded some messages on Flickr. I designed it LDD and built it in sections. I kept him updated on the progress and had his blessing do to so. I also made posts here on Eurobricks, updating progress. You get the whole model in the pics. Plus 4 figures. 2 AT-AT drivers, General Veers, and Luke with Lightsaber. I couldn't estimate the number of bricks in it. Probably well over 6000, maybe 7000. Cavegod's model is 6262. I don't know how his model compares to mine, size-wise. His doesn't have an interior. If I had to guess, mine is bigger. The model does stand on its own without support. The knees and hips do have joints on them, but, the model is too heavy to display that way. One of the feet also has the old hinges on the toes to angle them downward for display. My intention was to display while crushing a Snowspeeder. It's just too heavy!! All Lego, mostly new, but, there were some used pieces. 95% new light gray. Some old light gray pieces. It adds a good battle-worn look to the model. I would like $750. I will include free shipping. Ask questions. Make offers! nothing is set in stone! Pics can be found in the link below: https://imgur.com/a/5IBU7av Thanks for looking.