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This is a prototype of the big jumbo jet inspired by Boeing 747 SCA. The aircraft are four-engine intercontinental-range, swept-wing "jumbo jets" that entered service in 1969.
Features that distinguish this plane from standard 747 jetliners are:
- Three struts with associated interior structural strengthening protrude from the top of the fuselage (two aft, one forward) on which the orbiter is attached.
- Two additional vertical stabilizers, one on each end of the standard horizontal stabilizer, to enhance directional stability.
- Removal of all interior furnishings and equipment aft of the forward No. 1 doors.
- Instrumentation used by flight crews and engineers to monitor orbiter electrical loads during the ferry flights and also during pre - and post - ferry flight operations.
This model is about 1 ft long and almost 600 bricks. Color scheme is intentionally made intense and flexible.
I think it will make a great lego set because it only uses around 600 bricks, simple enough and would be a good addition to the existing lego planes.