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  1. Not all ideas are good ideas and even the powerful and experimented Kuat Drive Yards (KDY) engineers can fail utterly. The AT-AC or All Terrain Armored Crawler is a perfect example of one of these false good ideas. While the supremacy of the AT-AT on the field was not to be demonstrated anymore, particularly after the crushing imperial victory on Hoth, the Imperial Army still complained about the AT-AT expensive cost per unit and its highly demanding maintenance. KDY engineered went back to their plans and after a few months, they proposed the AT-AC. The concept was quite simple, starting from the successful AT-AT, they replaced the costly maintenance-intensive articulated legs by continuous track systems. AT-AC by Veynom, on Flickr When presenting the AT-AC to the Imperial Army, KDY was proud to claim that it was significantly less expensive than the original AT-AT, that it required only one third of the AT-AT maintenance time, while still retaining the same firepower and robust protection. Unfortunately, the first field deployments quickly demonstrated all weaknesses of the AT-AC. Because of its great armor and protection, it was heavy and because it was heavy, it was really slow when crawling, its speed approaching ridiculous levels when the landscape was not ideal. The second issue comes from the change of height. While crawling on the ground, the AT-AC was no more inspiring fear but also found itself very limited in its fire coverage ability. AT-AC by Veynom, on Flickr As consequence, the limited number of assembled prototypes have been assigned to 3rd class garrisons on planets with limited local technological civilizations. Surprisingly, the troopers reported only positive feedback about their AT-AC. These were offering comfortable, reliable and well protected transportation and the lack of agility was not a real issue when battling primitive tribes and species. It is even rumored that some COMPNOR officers would have confessed that with AT-AC on Endor instead of AT-ST, the rebellion (not to mention the despised Ewoks) would never had won. AT-AC by Veynom, on Flickr One last remark about the AT-AC. According to several concurring sources, it would have been nicknamed Crawling Armored Transport (C.A.T.) among the troops. COMPNOR supposes that it may related to some kind of resemblance to an animal on one of the remote planets where the AT-AC operates. AT-AC by Veynom, on Flickr Disclaimer: the above is 100% fiction. This MOD is based on set 75288 (the 2020 AT-AT) with the track system design from the Sandcrawler 75220 (from 2018), some detailing here and there, and a bit of color swap. Free instructions are available on Rebrickable. Just click here.
  2. Simple Technic Motorcycle (Free Building Instructions) Free Building Instructions: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-60806/makushima/simple-motorcycle Lego Technic MOC - Simple Motorcycle by makushima I think this is a legitimate entry for contest, isn't it? Lego technic, bike, two wheels, and even two gears are used!
  3. Lego Technic MOC - Simple Tank (Free Building Instructions) Free Building Instructions: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-59700/makushima/simple-tank/#details Lego Technic MOC - Simple Tank Lego Technic MOC - Simple Tank
  4. Hey guys, I just finished putting together this cool little aircraft carrier and I wanted to share the instructions with you so here you go :) Link to instructions: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwunF-qOHu-ANDRJMG1MUHJRSFE/view?usp=sharing
  5. Ok, so I don't do this often, but I am creating a new topic for a recently finished MOC: THE SINNER supercar. Small demo video: This picture describes all the features: This picture is to show that I took it apart to make a partslist: If you want to build it, I made free photo instructions. And Rebrickable, so you can see if you have the parts to build it: http://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-8330/offroadcreations/the-sinner-supercar/ Overall, this MOC was a long journey from a small idea, to a bad chassis, to a good chassis, and to a finished MOC. A HUGE thanks to everyone who forced convinced me to make this better. This would've been a failure without you! Tell me what you think of the final product.