Dr. Cranston, the inventor of the hoverchair creates a company to sell them, Hov-Co.
Hov-Co announces the first public hover-chair models.
With four different models to choose from including custom variations Hov-Co promises to have the perfect hover-chair for your needs.
-The base model, V 1 seen at the bottom of the picture is able to hold 500 lbs, rise to a height of 10 feet, at 10 mph, for 100 miles per charge.
-At the top is model V 1.7, the second most requested model, has a seat back. Everything else is exactly the same as the V 1.
-What has been unofficially dubbed "The Racing Chair", V 1.5 is a 500 lb, 100 ft clearance, 100 mph, 50 mile range speed demon designed with micro maneuvering jets and double stick controls. This model is seen to the left of the picture.
-In the center of the image is the stable and sturdy V 1.6. Capable of holding a whopping 750 lbs of rider or accessories due to its 3 antigrav emitters, a modest 70 ft clearance, and 70 mph maximum speed. It only has a 50 mile range between charges, but some concessions were necessary.
-Off to the right is an example of a custom order. V 1.6-p was designed for law enforcement. This unit combines the speed and maneuverability of a V 1.5 and the stability and accessory options of a V 1.6. It has an impressive 875 lb limit with its 3 emitters, along with a 85 ft clearance, 85 mph, 75 mile range.http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/seeke ... hcv101.jpg
Back view.http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/seeke ... hcv102.jpg
Took me forever to write this. Anyone figure out what the set is yet?
Thanks to minfigCharmed for the clear parts idea.