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#3405479 - 10/07/11 08:45 AM My try on a Lego brick TM Warthog centermount
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I just moved out from my parents home and found a lot of Duplo Lego bricks, so I decided to make a centre mount for my TM Warthog biggrin
Glued all bricks together, drilled the holes, finished!

http://www.abload.de/img/foto06.10.11220018nejc.jpeg
http://www.abload.de/img/foto06.10.11220028sfm4.jpeg
http://www.abload.de/img/foto06.10.11220009efh5.jpeg

Sadly, the base plate is not heavy enough, so its not very stable...
But if you would mount everything on a wooden plate it should work.

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#3405550 - 10/07/11 11:02 AM Re: My try on a Lego brick TM Warthog centermount [Re: nirvi]
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Congrats nirvi!

You could build a whole cockpit from those bricks...


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#3405607 - 10/07/11 12:09 PM Re: My try on a Lego brick TM Warthog centermount [Re: nirvi]
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Lol, very nice!
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#3405624 - 10/07/11 12:39 PM Re: My try on a Lego brick TM Warthog centermount [Re: nirvi]
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The colors! Nice job.
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#3407157 - 10/10/11 09:27 AM Re: My try on a Lego brick TM Warthog centermount [Re: nirvi]
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Add a metal weight on the inside and just glue the bricks together. Then spraypaint the whole thing and you've got a winner! wink
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#3407168 - 10/10/11 09:54 AM Re: My try on a Lego brick TM Warthog centermount [Re: nirvi]
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Cool idea for sure, but if Lego bricks do costs a lot as they cost here you should consider to sell them e and build a better base with the money wink .
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