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BCC B12BLE (LDD)

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BCC B12BLE (LDD)

Post by Brickenzy on Sun 30 Oct 2011, 4:26 am

Hello all

Sharing some photos of my current project, a B12BLE in BCC livery. I know there is a similar topic (it's how I found the forums actually) but as this is an ongoing project I thought it would be ok to start a new topic.





I am hoping to make this a fully functioning model with Power Functions but I might ask for some help on designs from time to time as I have not done this before. Any comments and constructive feedback is always welcome.

Current piece count is just under 2000 but as I still need to design and install the interior and control components this is sure to change.

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Re: BCC B12BLE (LDD)

Post by AnitaE on Sun 30 Oct 2011, 4:39 am

Great job Brickenzy. That bus is huge, 18 studs wide, nearly big enough for Barbie. I don't know what a B12BLE is, but it is immediatly recognisable as a BCC bus.

How will you power function it will you power function the doors, lighting, or movement?

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Re: BCC B12BLE (LDD)

Post by Brickenzy on Sun 30 Oct 2011, 4:54 am

Hi AnitaE

I'm planing for powered steering and movement using a custom built chassis (look out bricklink) which I've got to design now I have the body kind of finished. I believe Lego does a power function light system so I would add that if I could and I'd love to add moving doors though I have no idea how to, so any help there would be greatly received.

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Re: BCC B12BLE (LDD)

Post by Brickenzy on Fri 04 Nov 2011, 4:22 am

Just a quick update, been working on the suspension and steering throughout the week, going to have to get some parts in to test the design but with a big week ahead and a pending trip in December the project is at a standstill for now.

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