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As you might have guessed from my previous Aquazone moc I'm putting together an Aquazone world, and what is this 1995 Lego theme without the eternal bad guys - the sneaky, stealthy Aquasharks? The "Spurdog" Fast Attack Submarine - A mobile base of operation with ample offensive capabilities. Powerplant: 35000 kW Hydrolator Crystal powergenerator Armaments: 2x harpoon launchers, 2x Mk 71 torpedo launchers Oxygen supply: Mk 4 artificial gill system and redundant CO2 scrubbers Complement: 5 to 10 Like its real-life counterpart, the jointed frame allows for superb maneuverability, though unlike its counterpart it is not used for propulsion. This single hybrid pump-jet propellor pushes the sleek submarine along at a speed of 45 knots, max. Obviously, I had to incorporate the Aquashark cockpit piece in the build, but it's designed for smaller craft. This solution works rather well. The crew is pulling 16-hour shifts, and the bloody espresso machine still hasn't been fixed! Oh well, maybe they'll snatch one off an Aquanaut sub sometime soon. Gullwing doors for playability access to the crew quarters. The action on these doors turned out perfect. Various hatches provide airlock access for the Aquashark divers. Does this submarine look somewhat modular to you? Is it? Of course it is! Can the sections be rearranged? Of course they can! The submarine still looks sleek, and the separate module acts as a small stationary base. Inside it are storage containers, diving gear, a maintenance station and diving pools... ...which also allow access to the two modified Aquashark Scouts and extra scooters. This sub has everything you need for those oldschool Aquashark raiding actions! More pics in the Brickshelf folder (when public). Thanks for now, more Aquazone to come!