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PDS P-32 Assault Truck "Bear"
The PDS needed a truck for attack, light transport and patrol duties. So here it is.
About this creation
On my computer these pictures look great. Meh. So, this truck is a highly adaptive truck. It can be fitted with many different weapons, from machine guns to rocket launchers, from cannon to AA missiles. It has a top speed of around 80 miles an hour of flat terrain. The cab fits two people and up to four people can cram in the rear. It can also be fitted with a covered back. I didn't make doors, so live with it. With doors it could hold only one figure in the cab. Based on these instructions , but I changed it to use these bigger wheels and took the back off. I also used a different gun.


The angled pic. I really like this picture.


There is the 50 cal machine gun. It is remotely controlled by the gunner (passenger)


Front view. I thought it looked wiered with only the top grill so I added the others.


The side view. It looks good from the side, right?


The back. I added a gas tank.

I would love it if you commented and rated. Try to not start a conversation on this MOC.
And please don't ask for instructions, I posted the link above.



Comments

  October 15, 2011
exelant. I have a group called The Resistance and it used to be the Planetary defense system but it was defeated in a giant invasion of droids that was to big to handle so we became a resistance.would you please join it?
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  September 14, 2010
Quoting Hans Dendauw(*) Nice rig with a lot of great details. The gun on top, the windshield, the gas tank(neat handle)are all really well done. As for taking better pics, it's about lighting, backdrop and angle/distance. When I take pics, I'm REALLY close; whatever your photographing should take up the whole frame and camera set to macro(flower symbol). Use a desk lamp so you can get it really close and adjust when you want; sometimes direct light is not the best(don't use the camera's flash). Taking pics outside and using natural light is very effective as well. The best background is a really big piece of poster-board, they are really cheap, less than $2, and come in different colors(I like black). Tripod or something to set the camera on (stacked books or something) is important to avoid blurriness. From there it's all about experimenting. Flashlights to add light from different angles is a cool trick or a black-light if you have one. Most of all, have fun with it!~H
Thanks! I'll keep that in mind.
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  September 12, 2010
Nice rig with a lot of great details. The gun on top, the windshield, the gas tank(neat handle)are all really well done. As for taking better pics, it's about lighting, backdrop and angle/distance. When I take pics, I'm REALLY close; whatever your photographing should take up the whole frame and camera set to macro(flower symbol). Use a desk lamp so you can get it really close and adjust when you want; sometimes direct light is not the best(don't use the camera's flash). Taking pics outside and using natural light is very effective as well. The best background is a really big piece of poster-board, they are really cheap, less than $2, and come in different colors(I like black). Tripod or something to set the camera on (stacked books or something) is important to avoid blurriness. From there it's all about experimenting. Flashlights to add light from different angles is a cool trick or a black-light if you have one. Most of all, have fun with it!~H
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  August 25, 2010
very cool i like how it looks real but has an element of sci fi about it its the cherry on the cake oh and also i love to hear what you opinon on this is http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/221846
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  August 9, 2010
Thanks guys!
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  May 12, 2010
I like this. The windshield is very creative. But, it's also been used before. I like this alot. Good job! ~Stay green my friends
Joe Schmoe
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Dave and John Xandegar
  April 29, 2010
We see a lot of VERY creative parts usage here...gives it a realistic effect. This one truly demonstrates your ingenuity, and makes us look forward to more!
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  April 26, 2010
pretty good 4/5
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  April 25, 2010
Epic win.
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  April 25, 2010
Quoting Cade . STOP MAKING AWESOME TRUCKS! YOU ARE MAKING ME FEEL BAD :(
hey, if I can do it, you can also. Just look at the instructions in the beginning part of my writing.
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  April 25, 2010
STOP MAKING AWESOME TRUCKS! YOU ARE MAKING ME FEEL BAD :(
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  April 24, 2010
Dude! This is friggin awesome! - NC
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  April 24, 2010
Yeah Waff. Why you be hatin' on things he creatin'?
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  April 23, 2010
Quoting Andrew Somers Btw, 2 things here; what type of suspension did you try using? And two, You still have room for doors, ya know.
A few. I forget which ones but none of them worked. And I don't want doors. It looks weird with doors.
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  April 23, 2010
Btw, 2 things here; what type of suspension did you try using? And two, You still have room for doors, ya know.
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  April 23, 2010
Quoting I like Waffles I don't hate it, it's just I think it needs something else. I just put that in there since I couldn't find anything else wrong with it.
OH. All has been revealed. :)
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  April 23, 2010
I don't hate it, it's just I think it needs something else. I just put that in there since I couldn't find anything else wrong with it.
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  April 23, 2010
Quoting Raze Master Instructions??
I posted the link to the instructions I used.
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  April 23, 2010
Quoting I like Waffles Wow, the sheer quality of your mocs has greatly increased. I really like this, the turret is amazing, you have a lot of bricks that I don't and you put them to good use, great job! I do think (and this is the only thing I can find wrong) that the front could use a little more work. Other than that, best creation yet. ~Waff
So you hate the front of this and the APC? Why you be hatin'?
  April 23, 2010
Instructions??
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  April 23, 2010
Wow, the sheer quality of your mocs has greatly increased. I really like this, the turret is amazing, you have a lot of bricks that I don't and you put them to good use, great job! I do think (and this is the only thing I can find wrong) that the front could use a little more work. Other than that, best creation yet. ~Waff
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  April 23, 2010
Wow, an amazing job! all the detail is excellent, and the drivers area and gun turret look incredible! as to your pictoral comments, I think it looks good from all the angles:P
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  April 23, 2010
Quoting Master Shifu Leo J I like the windshield the best!
Thanks
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  April 23, 2010
I like the windshield the best!
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  April 23, 2010
Quoting Andrew Somers You've definately improved since the first time you introduced yourself to me. Anyway, it's a nice truck with a nice design that looks very utilitarian. I'd suggest adding a crash bumper to the front, and suspension if it doesn't already have it. Other than that, nice job!
I already made a new one with a bumper and I tried suspension but it made the truck look to big. And thanks. I thought that it would take a while or people to comment.
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  April 23, 2010
You've definately improved since the first time you introduced yourself to me. Anyway, it's a nice truck with a nice design that looks very utilitarian. I'd suggest adding a crash bumper to the front, and suspension if it doesn't already have it. Other than that, nice job!
 
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