Recycled Spaceship

December 27th, 2009 in member junk     
thefett thefett, member
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This spaceship was made mostly with reused materials.

The fuselage is made from an old radio tower that the wind knocked down.
The wings are made from metal doors someone threw out.
The skin (covering) and dorsal fin are made from mdf board someone threw out.
The front tire is from a broken baby carriage.
The engine rotors are hubcaps off an old car.
The engines are old drums that weren't watertight enough for dock floaters, 3 old garbage cans and the bottoms from 3 water jugs.
The nosecone is an inverted lampshape and a piece of plastic from a computer monitor stand.
The back of the canopy is the cover of an old humidifier.
The seatbelts are presumably from an old car (garbage picked).
The seat cushion is from a broken back massager.
Back wheels were bought, but from a surplus store (I think they were gears originally).
Also purchased: paint, glue, bolts, front of canopy & 3 more garbage cans.

Pattern or design used: inspired by Battlestar Galactica Vipers
posted in: member junk, ship, rocket, spaceship, space

Comments (7)

junkermidge writes: What a cool project! love the collection of all the different materials used. Way to go.
Midge Posted: 8:51 pm on January 7th
suewhitney writes: Hi Thefett,

Wowsers, this is a very cool project! Great use of many different materials. Welcome to JUNKMARKET Style, happy to see you here. Happy New Year and I'll look forward to seeing more from you.

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 10:28 am on January 3rd
jillruth writes: My son would love that! Posted: 11:20 am on December 30th
alicemom writes: Wow Wee! Fab-0
smiles, alice Posted: 5:22 pm on December 28th
RustyDiva writes: Awesome job! Way to pull so many different elements together. Posted: 12:47 pm on December 28th
oldnews writes: OH WOW! This is so cool! Very, very resourceful, and beyond creative! Thanks so much for sharing it with us! Marie Posted: 11:21 am on December 28th
Prior writes: How cool!!! Lezlee Posted: 10:26 am on December 28th
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