Concorde quarter shot

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    Big white flying sausage... lovely!

    lights, Dunechaser, Tim Ltd, ~Ara~, and 30 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. ~Ara~ 105 months ago | reply

      I hate you. ;)

    2. Tim Ltd 105 months ago | reply

      Nice to see the old girl done in lego form.

      Shame she's been withdrawn from service. Weird going to see her in a museum. Going to see the future in the past.

    3. Jayfourke 105 months ago | reply

      Great! That blue stripe is well implemented, and the flag on the tail is looking good too.

    4. Aleksander Stein 105 months ago | reply

      Absolutely stunning. The dropping nose, the cockpit interior, the metallic silver details on the landing gear and the beautiful tail decorations... wow, simply brilliant all around!

      Indeed a shame these slender sausages have been withdrawn from service.

    5. wunztwice 105 months ago | reply

      Freaking brilliant!!!

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    7. Lego Monster 105 months ago | reply

      legoiain says:
      I hate you. ;)

      That's funny, coz I love you!

    8. Karf Oohlu 105 months ago | reply

      You sir re-define genius.

    9. ~Ara~ 105 months ago | reply

      Oh I love you too Sir Ed. I hope you took it the sarcastic way ;)

    10. Joris Blok 105 months ago | reply

      Wonderfull! I love the shape. How big is it? Is is scale to minifigs? Keep 'm coming!~Joris

    11. Lego Monster 105 months ago | reply

      The MOC is 214 studs long, 1.71m, 5ft 7in. It is in 1:36 scale, which is actually too big for minifigs (minifig scale generally being accpeted as somewhere between 1:40 and 1:45). I made it this scale so that it would be the same scale as my other aircraft and hose of Mad Physicist (Ralph):

    12. Sebdude 105 months ago | reply

      WOw, would you want to sell this thing???? I want it!!!

    13. Dunechaser 105 months ago | reply

      Hey Ed, you also made Gizmodo this morning. :-)

    14. Lego Monster 105 months ago | reply

      Thanks Dunechaser. Does this mean I need a press agent now!*

      Sebdude: I'd consider selling anything I built, but the cost, I fear, would be prohibitive!

      *Having now been blogged by the Wall Street Journal as well... probably!

    15. captain_flynn23 99 months ago | reply

      Incredible. Did you built that from scratch or is it sold in the shops?
      I loved building planes out of lego when I was a kid.

    16. Lego Monster 99 months ago | reply

      No, it's scratch built, Lego don't do instructions or sets for anything quite that large, although the size of their biggest sets keeps creeping up - largely driven by the adult fan community I suspect.

    17. captain_flynn23 99 months ago | reply

      Wow! Very well done. I bet it took ages!!!!
      Whats the biggest kit made by lego?
      I wish I still had my lego (I think my mother may of got rid of it when we moved 2yrs ago) I'd love to try and build a C150 which is what I currently fly.

    18. Jacob Holmén 76 months ago | reply

      A.M.A.Z.I.N.G. !

    19. cesargb5 64 months ago | reply

      Is it up for sale? If so, how much would you want for it?

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