Old-School SPACE

John Socal (I think that's his name) has built an Avalanche-11Y Mineral Retrieval and Research Vessel

There a couple of neat details I'd like to point out here. The crystal collection tank, the colourful floor hosing, and the holoprojector, especially. The trans-green stud underneath the dish is so suggestive!


Mike said...



Not that I mind, but just to be clear, this MOC is over two years old.

Spook said...

Hey, I hadn't seen it before.. which makes it worth seeing just as much as a new MOC IMO.

Anonymous said...

Well, it happens. Sorry about that, I just assumed that because it was in the recent folders, it was new.

Mike said...

I've done the same thing. The only reason I caught this is I remember the two month WIP stage this went through in Spacewerks :D

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