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Webrick x SkySaac  |  Atlas V Rocket and Transporter LC-41 1:110 MOC-128611

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Model Consists Of: 3429 parts
Model Dimensions: 97 x 14.4 x 114.3 cm
Weight: 1.8214 kg
Instruction: PDF instruction
Package: Zipper Plastic Bag
SKU: WA0017
Availability: 99 in stock
USD 138.45
SKU
WA0017
Color Id
26
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99 in stock
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Atlas V Rocket and Transporter

This is a combination of the Atlas V rocket and Launchpad Transporter. By utilizing bricks to construct the American flag ULC and different logos, the model gains an enhanced visual appeal and authenticity. Unlike ordinary stickers, the incorporation of bricks introduces a sense of realism, vividly portraying the rocket's distinctive markings.

The fusion of the rocket and transporter is exceptionally striking, surpassing the impact of a standalone rocket and providing an even more immersive building experience. For enthusiasts of rockets, I am confident that constructing this model will be thoroughly enjoyable.

United Launch Alliance's Atlas V rocket is transported to the pad at Launch Complex 41 with the GOES-S weather satellite (Photo: United Launch Alliance)

Model Statistics

  • Scale: 1:110
  • Quality bricks: Webrick MOC sets are manufactured from high-quality materials. They're consistent and compatible with all major brick brands.
  • Safety ensured: At Webrick, we prioritize safety and quality when it comes to our pieces. That's why we conduct rigorous testing to ensure the safety and durability of this model, providing you with peace of mind.

About the rocket and launchpad

Atlas V is an expendable launch system and the fifth major version in the Atlas launch vehicle family. It is a major NASA launch vehicle. It is America's longest-serving active rocket.

Atlas V transporter as it's being used at the Space Launch Complex 41 at the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station to launch Atlas V rockets. Before Atlas V it launched Titan IIIC, Titan IIIE, and Titan IV rockets and is planned to launch ULAs Vulcan rocket in the future. The transporter holds the rocket as it's transported from the Vertical Integration Building all the way to launch.

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