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  1. bigboy99899

    MOC: Antarctic Snow Cruiser - An Epic Vehicle

    Finally the Antarctic Snow Cruiser was built:
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    MOC: Antarctic Snow Cruiser - An Epic Vehicle

    @Herky: Thanky ou very much. Man can't believe it, they used it on Antarctica. @kermit: No, there isn't a a limit for the bricks count. This set has not so extreme brick count, just like a bigger creator set.
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    MOC: Antarctic Snow Cruiser - An Epic Vehicle

    Not this snow vehicle was the only one with tires. Maybe on large vehicles the chains are to heavy and hard to repair.
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    MOC: Antarctic Snow Cruiser - An Epic Vehicle

    Thanks. A ramp of snow was to be built-up to get te plane to the roof, i think they used the same way to get the plane off.
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    MOC: Antarctic Snow Cruiser - An Epic Vehicle

    Thanks for the replies. This was a unique, with a mysterious history, good to be built from Lego. I like to tell stories with my creations. (My) only problem is that i can't afford to build it (yet).
  6. The Antarctic Snow Cruiser was a vehicle designed late 1930's, intended to facilitate transport in Antarctica. It has a very interesting and adventurous history. Cruiser (known as Turtle), a very innovative vehicle, designed to operate at extreme conditions. Plane (known as Eagle), a Beechcraft D17 Staggerwing type airplane mounted on the roof of the cruiser. (To get the airplane on or off the Cruiser, a ramp of snow was to be built-up to meet the sloping aft deck of the "Turtle".) This set presents the Arctic Snow Cruiser with a correct minifig scale. All the parts connects fine, the whole vehicle is very stable to grant great playability. With tons of features the set offer a very good playing for everyone. You can find it at: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/46670 If you like it, please support it. Thank you. More to read about: http://www.joeld.net...nowcruiser.html or at the project's page: http://antarcticsnow...er.blogspot.com