This is my homemade ipod dock made with lego pieces

Step 1: Base

the base made with similar colors and pieces for attatch usb wire
nice album covers! :P
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this is definitely one of the best iPod docks that I have seen out there. Props to the forklift/car design. Overall 5 stars. --------------------------Robots199, &quot;The Firefox god of instructables-----------------------<br/>
I think the machine you're thinking of is called a hand truck.
It is also called stacking machine.
oh, Whatever it is lol
Could you list all the pieces you used? thanks :)
I don't remember, but if you see full size images you could distinguish some pieces, sorry, i can't undo the dock 'cause i pasted it
that's hot! gotta go buy some Legos!

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