The model is 245 cm long and 40 cm wide at its widest diameter.
- Steering gondola
- 2 fully detailed passenger decks
- An Opel "Olympia" cabriolet (1st car ever to be flown over the Atlantic ocean)
- 4 motor gondolas
- 4 rear fins (including steerable flaps)
And many more...
See my Flickr account for more photos.
Or youtube for a .
Or read the background article in the Hispabrick magazine:
Hispabrick magazine No 15
View from the side, one of the two port motor gondolas are visible. To get an idea of the scale of this airship: On the lower beam that connects the front port motor gondola to the hull a little blue microfigure is visible. That figure is on scale with the rest of the model...
The upper passenger deck:
17 double rooms
On the port side the dining area
On the starboard side the lounge area (including the special-made lightweight piano)
On both sides the large panorama windows
2 stairs to the lower deck with the toilet, bathroom, gamble & smoke room, bar and kitchen
A storage compartment with the aforementioned cabriolet and some crates and barrels
A toolshop with a mechanic inside
Coverage on the web:
http://cappuccino.ncrv.nl/ (A dutch radioshow where I talked about the Hindenburg)
February 12th : posted on cuusoo
February 23th : 50 supporters :)
April 2nd: 100 supporters
April 25th: 200 supporters
April 27th: 10000 views
May 27th: 400 supporters
June 3rd: 20000 views
July 31st: 600 supporters
Sept 23rd: 30000 views
December 18th: 800 supporters
June 3rd: 1000 supporters
June 21st: 40000 views
October 20th: 1200 supporters
A view from the inside looking to the front. The strengthening links between the spokes and the circlesegments are good visible. They add a suprising amount of rigidity to the structure.