BrickJockey class freighter 2.0

    a flying scrapheap with cargo container

    1. isonori
      This is following scraps welded together.
      - a part of hull of decayed hulk
      - 2 observatories welded back-to-back
      - an old generator
      - a thruster of sunken military vessel
      - a segment of exploded fuel refinery's structure with welded partial USD collar.

      It is created by scavengers who want something that can haul a container.
      It can hold single Cargo containers for GS-91-1000-STANDARD.
      Since scavengers are usually budget-tight, they salvage discarded container rather than acquire new one.
      (Sorry container is not included in .sment)

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    Recent Updates

    1. Updated reactor

    Recent Reviews

    1. DoomCarrot
      DoomCarrot
      5/5,
      Version: 1.0
      This is great, and gives the box ship a much more complete feel. Unique design and decent functionality as a transport/shuttle.
    2. Gasboy
      Gasboy
      5/5,
      Version: 1.0
      Well done. :) I'm going to have to display your work at my station on the Cake Build server. :)

      Also, the cargo containers, at least if you've not modified them, have thrust and power. If you set the "Inherit thrust..." option, the cargo ship and containers should give your little brick enough thrust to move.
      1. isonori
        Author's Response
        Thanks for your review!!
        I'm glad to hear you are going to display it.
        I damaged bottom of the container but the damage didn't cripple it so much.
    3. MChain
      MChain
      5/5,
      Version: 1.0
      Oh yes! Shut down your engines and nobody will consider you a ship xD xD xD

      Man, I love your style ;-)

      The GW-91 is rather heavy though, will the thrust be sufficient to move the whole contraption when fully loaded?