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[Video Review] 6536 Aero Hawk
Wallas posted a topic in LEGO TownBrowsing through the review index for Town, I noticed that 6536 Aero Hawk was still needed, and as a matter of fact, I reviewed that set two weeks ago on my English YT channel. It's not a full pictorial, but I put every thought I had on this set into this five-and-a-half minute video, so I hope you will like it :) Series: Lego Town Flight Catalogue number: 6536 Year of release: 1993 Minifigures in set: 1 Pieces in set: 43
Stud City Police Precinct Headquarters - my brother's MOC
Murdoch17 posted a topic in LEGO TownThis is my brother's MOD / MOC of the 1993 LEGO set number 6398 (Central Precinct HQ) I took the pictures, he made the building, and we collaborated on the text. Once again, this is NOT my moc, and you can see it at his MOCpage here: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/417074 This building is one heavily modified set. It features a new printed 1x1 sign, along with new computer terminals and a modern swing open design for the back stairwell. Here is close up of the main sign of the precinct. This part of the model lacks a back half because it would make it harder to access the opening jail cell (which you can escape from by way of a loose wall), break room, and equipment storage locker. The top floor is an unused office room. This portion of the station features the 911 call center (top floor), digital record storage room and detective office. (second floor) The main reception area is on the ground floor. The swing-open back stairs makes it easier for fig to access their desks, and for play value because if you can't reach the figures, what's the point? The stairs only open 90 degrees, and lock shut on a Technic pin. The police station features a heli port for the copter that provides an eye in the sky during high speed car chases or foot pursuits. Here we see some of the cars of the precinct. These police interceptor's are used in everything from street patrol duty to high speed chases. (when used with the helicopter, of course.) The stations front side features two balconies overlooking the street, with one having a walkway to the helipad, and the other being just a rest area when you are on coffee break. This is is my brother new favorite picture. Please leave comments, complaints, and questions below. I will forward them to my brother. Thanks for stoping by!