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It's just HUGE in the flesh! Not just long and flat, but has substantial mass to it. The fuselage is a solid log, it would stay intact from a decent fall.
I'm desperate to build something and will, one day. And when that time comes, it shall be the Tumbler.
Between this and the Tumbler, the Helicarrier is a bit ahead of the Tumbler. However, considering the difference in price and number of parts, that's a testament to how great the Tumbler really is. Unless you throw in a Bat-Pod, then it would be Bats over the Carrier.
Today's build #70708 Hive Crawler, thanks @monkey_roo for the set :)
So many nice little touches and so much play value, and brilliant light brick use. My boys are very happy :-)
Don't think I have built anything with so much going on and so many play features.
To balance the books I am also building Ecto 1 :)
First moc I am building since 25+ years.
Its more difficult then I did anticipate,i used to build moc,s on the fly as a kid,without any premade plan even for huge ones. But now I feel I need to have a pretty accurate image in my head of how the final outcome should look. Past days it has been more thinking then building I have to admit,but it is slowly coming together
(I did have to clip off the little thin peg on the flame to get it to fit via the thicker peg into the pumpkin; I do feel awkward doing that to a Lego piece, but it was for a good cause I think.)