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How Do You Drive This Thing?!

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How Do You Drive This Thing?!

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Chris Jensen
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Chris Jensen

I love these flying saucers

olliep
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Never a Spitfire around when you need one 😉

Christian Hou
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Christian Hou

Moon Nazis…

lawnor
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Up close, it appears the nazis made their UFOs out of wood

andre77
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No this Zimmerit. The secret incredient for flying saucers. And Vril. For sure.

tgunner91
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Yeah, you can’t let those humies attach magnetic mines to expensive flying saucers!

Darren Bird
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I didn’t know flying saucers used hand signals before turning 🙂

Matt Cappelli
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Matt Cappelli

Umm, where’s the jerry cans?? This thingy runs through petrol a bit quicker than the panzer I was driving last week

lblunchboxlb
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I see these were 3d printed. I think there’s a 1/72 scale model kit of a Nazi flying saucer you could use as well.

zorg
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turn the instructions upside down?

While
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Into the ground?

goatberger
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The hatch is a nice touch.

tmon
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Magic!!

longshotte
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These are not ze panzers Martin was looking for…

Chris B
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With tongue-in-cheek and a joy-stick.

jemmy
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12 men inside working a turbine with pedals, rushing through the thing, creating Heiseluftbumb energy and thereby making the thing float. Spitfires don´t work because of the secret Kugelschlucker (bullet-swallower), mines don´t because, someone said it already, the saucer is is made of antimagnetical shniekstuff.

fireblarney
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They’ve come up rather well for a last minute idea 🙂

coachjose59
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Those are just fun.

warhammergrimace
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those saucers look cool

radegast6
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a bit more lines with nife and you have zimmering on armour done !

falerox
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With a wooden spoon.

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