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MRTV-7C
Armoured variant of the standard Zenexabas light transport/utility vehicle/patrol unit. Still got some holes, though.
About this creation
Basically just an armourkit with some secondary equipment, the MRTV-7C armoured car kit is designed specifically to be quickly added to a standard multirole transport vehicle in a short amount of time while adding fair protection and decent firepower.



It adds armoured transparent battleplastics over the rollcage, in addition to armoured plates to fill in the gaps during combat.
Also added are vertically hinged plated doors, which are not exactly popular; the lifting servos occasionally give up the ghost, you see, which makes escape a little difficult.



Sealed for combat!


The MRTV-7C adds a 25mm quickfiring autocannon to the armoured rear compartment, with ammunition feeds and 2500 rounds of explosive ammunition. The weapon is in a remote turret, controlled with a handheld console used by the passenger.
The central steering knob was carried over from the MRTV-7A, and is still slightly difficult to use for the uninitiated.



Please ensue that your vehicle has come to a complete stop before opening the side doors.
Have a nice day.



Yeah, and pigs might fly...



Anyway, that's the last we'll be seeing of the MRTV for a while.



Comments

 I made it 
  April 18, 2011
Quoting Adrian Taylor Thought i'd let you know this got me to make an armored car for myself. See it here. http://mocpages.com/moc.php/258170 If you somehow find some resemblance to yours, feel free to tell me to give you credit. Though, looking yours, I can't see any likeness whatsoever.
Eh, no concern of mine. Seeing things and deciding to have a go at it yourself is both widespread and important. There aren't REALLY any new ideas around, anyway; it's just how they're combined that matters. Anything less than a part-for-part knockoff isn't worth getting riled up about, in my opinion.
 I like it 
  April 18, 2011
Thought i'd let you know this got me to make an armored car for myself. See it here. http://mocpages.com/moc.php/258170 If you somehow find some resemblance to yours, feel free to tell me to give you credit. Though, looking yours, I can't see any likeness whatsoever.
 I like it 
  March 22, 2010
Very cool Vehicular contraption. It looks extremely cool and i especially like the gun on top. Question though: when are you going to post that sweet mech that is in the background??? =D
Areetsa C
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Kyle Taylor
  November 13, 2009
Nice, thanks for adding me as a fave!
 I made it 
  November 13, 2009
Quoting Kyle Taylor Nice, thanks for adding me as a fave!
Eh, not a problem. Apart from the brickarms, you seem to know your way around armoured vehicles. Always a field of interest for me, so I figure keeping tabs on you is likely to pay off as you get better.
 I like it 
  September 18, 2009
this is actually a pretty good build, you could put some studless, yet is has another look this way, nice work =)
 I made it 
  August 24, 2009
Quoting karta deraji At last. I haven't been anywhere to check things out on the site, but I was quite pleased when I saw this. You've managed to transition the shape of the basic truck into an armored patrol vehicle. The studs add a post apoc look to it, which is good. My small complaint is the doors. They seem to completely envelope the A-pillar, giving it a made-from-paper look. But at the moment, I don't really think this could be improved unless you go insane with clips and grill tiles. Overall, a fine, nifty piece of art you have here. And that front end is STILL my favorite part.
Thanks; the front is the best part, in my opinion. I have noticed that it looks a bit apocy; might be an interesting thing to do, apocifying it.
 I like it 
  August 23, 2009
At last. I haven't been anywhere to check things out on the site, but I was quite pleased when I saw this. You've managed to transition the shape of the basic truck into an armored patrol vehicle. The studs add a post apoc look to it, which is good. My small complaint is the doors. They seem to completely envelope the A-pillar, giving it a made-from-paper look. But at the moment, I don't really think this could be improved unless you go insane with clips and grill tiles. Overall, a fine, nifty piece of art you have here. And that front end is STILL my favorite part.
Areetsa C
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Infinity Life
  August 19, 2009
Great Job! the Side door's are very well done!
 I made it 
  August 19, 2009
Quoting Finn C-Q Is it going to be SNOT, or do you just want that rough feature?
It's already SNOT; do you mean studless? Yes, I was going for a rough, brutish appearance. It's just a transport shoehorned into the armoured patrol car role, ugly is how it's supposed to look.
  August 19, 2009
i like it, but this isnt a SNOT, this is aa ... SOET Studs On Every Top XD, no, really, i like it ..:LEO:.
 I like it 
  August 19, 2009
Is it going to be SNOT, or do you just want that rough feature?
 
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