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  • Birthday 06/26/1990

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    Ruling with an iron fist of course. And flowers.

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  1. Some Random Lego Set in LDD!

    Check this out
     
    (This file is for demonstration of groups. Permissions to view are based on group settings)

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  2. EBAN University 1

    Overview & Details (about 420 bricks total, cost for me was about $80-$90 for parts)
    This is my take on an EC145 Eurocopter medical aircraft. This model is pretty delicate in real bricks and takes some patience to build, but once together it holds well and balances just fine with gentle use.
    The helicopter is capable of fitting 3 minifigs; 1 pilot, 1 attendant and 1 patient on a stretcher. It also has some clips to hang a medical box or syringe from the cabin ceiling.
    The helicopter has 2 opening doors for the pilot, 2 sliding doors into the rear cabin, and 2 opening hinged doors to load the patient at the rear.
    There is some SNOT work that I could not connect in LDD. The 2 sliding doors are in place and will work correctly once built, but are not connected to the LDD model. They are not supposed to be connected either. The front of the helicopter, however, does have some SNOT you will need to connect once built, the upside down slope brick will connected with the technic pin pointing down at the front of the chopper in real bricks.
     
    Thanks & Credit
    I had help on this design from a Swiss builder named Thomi who provided me with a starting point and direction. I in turn used his help and photos of his aircraft (shown here) as well as the photos of the Mad Physicist's aircraft (shown here), who was his original inspiration, to guide my own take and customizations.
    The color scheme is based off of the Air Methods medical aircraft color scheme. (shown here)
    Thanks to Dustin, Sven & Andrew P for their help with getting the aviation lighting as accurate as possible.

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  3. DC911 - Police Interceptor

    DC911 Presents:
    The Police Interceptor Model
    BASED ON THE 2012 DODGE CHARGER POLICE PACKAGE

    Included are 4 variations, one with LEGO doors, the others without if you plan to decal them and one without the push bumper. All sport various hood styles and some have spoilers. Feel free to mix and match.

    Advisories:
    In it's current state it should be able to be built as seen, the roof does not exist in black. 1 Minifig fits in the driver seat. A second could fit into the rear with slight modifications to allow for their arms.

    Free to share, not to sell.

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  4. DC911 - Police Pursuit

    DC911 Presents:
    The Police Pursuit Model
    BASED ON THE 2011 CHEVY IMPALA POLICE PACKAGE

    Included are 3 variations, one with LEGO doors, the other without if you plan to decal it and the final with a push bumper if your department uses them.

    Advisories:
    In it's current state it should be able to be built as seen, the roof does not exist in black. Minifigs do not fit into this vehicle according to LDD.

    Free to share, not to sell.

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  5. DC911 - Police Avenger

    DC911 Presents:
    The Police Avenger Model
    BASED ON THE 2013 FORD FUSION POLICE INTERCEPTOR

    WARNING: LEGO Purists will not be able to build this model in many desired configurations/colors due to two required parts (A & B) only existing in limited colors at time of creation/ upload.

    Free to share not to sell.

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  6. ECSO Patrol Boat

    This is my take on the Cost Guard Patrol Boat by Ralph S. (Mad Physicist) in the color scheme of what I will be using for my Embrick County Sheriff's Office unit.

    Unlike Ralph's this one does not feature sliding side doors, although it you know the technique you could easily add it in with real bricks, I couldn't quite get an easy view to do it on LDD. It does feature and opening rear door though.

    As always, this file is meant to be for subscribers only as an incentive to have users support the site, so please do not share outside of that group, also not for resale.

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  7. Chevy Suburban

    This is my take on yet another model by Ralph S.

    This is meant to resemble a Chevy Suburban, although some may argue it is more like a Ford Explorer. Either way, it's a nice SUV and could serve your city well. As built it seats one minifigure.

    I usually don't upload until I have built the model, but I have not in this case, so I do not know how stable it is, or any problems you may run into, it does have some ugly SNOT work in the rear to get the windows looking right, so be warned with that.

    I am uploading this file to be free to share, not to sell. Feel free to make it your own and improve the design. I've included some screens of different color schemes I plan on building it in.

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  8. LEGO Vanbulance

    Modified LEGO Ambulance (Set 4431)

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