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(Yes this is also my first ever Lego bust too! :-) )
it doesn't run, as I haven't put an IR receiver or battery box inside it, but there are 'dummy' ones in there which I built out of bricks so I had something to work around.
It's sat on top of the PF train motor (I removed my Constitution tender from the motor temporarily) to see if it would sit on it well, which I think it does. In the second photo you can see how it's meant to sit on it, and how most of the body is basically built onto the (dummy) battery box.
There should be enough space for all the wires...
What do you think? Can you see any potential issues or problems?
So excited that I built it today. She had it broken down in larger chunks which sometimes can make it a bit tougher to rebuild if you weren't the original builder but I had fun regardless.
One down, 4 to go...
We are rebuilding our #8110 Unimog to see if we can get it working. Latest nemisis . . . Lego gears!
I spent the morning building an entry to the Eurobricks 'Expand the Winter Village Market' competition:
The topic (including more photos) is here.
I hope people like it and, more importantly, vote for it! :)
Full gallery can be seen here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/theoneveyronian/sets/72157637909090115/
Think I'll try scrutinising the trailer again :-)
EDIT: and let's not forget Chewie...in Star Wars heaven.