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Win an Awesome LEGO Aliens Power Loader from Ichiban Toys!

by Paul Strauss
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While I’d personally love to have a full-size Aliens Power Loader exoskeleton suit, I don’t think I have enough room to store it in my garage. This little LEGO model is the next best thing, and you can win one, thanks to our friends at Ichiban Toys, and our new website, MightyMega.

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This 146 piece LEGO model is based on the Caterpillar P-5000 Powered Work Loader, and features posable arms and claws, along with many other details which help make it an accurate representation of the one seen piloted by Ripley in Aliens. While all of the components are official LEGO parts, many of them are rare and difficult to find. The completed model measures about 4.5 inches-tall, and will look great sitting on your shelf alongside an Alien Queen action figure. It even comes with the little Ripley action figure shown in the image.

You can find more pictures of the Aliens Power Loader model over on MightyMega, and you can enter the contest below:

Contest ends 5/19/2013 at 11:59 PM CDT. Approximate Retail Value of prize is $59.99(USD)

Many thanks to Ichiban Toys for the awesome prize. Be sure to check out their site for all sorts of other cool custom LEGO models.




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Comments (2):

  1. Me says:

    WTF. 60 Bucks for such a little mini thing? That model totally sucks in my opinion.

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