It's time to bring an old beauty back into the light.
About this creation
Yeah, you seen right. It's the jungle cutter. but it's a car, too. it has humvee side exhausts. and yeah, that's a peeling sticker on the side. Let me explain.
So i got the jungle cutter set for my birthday a couple years ago. It was the coolest thing ever. my first set with treads, sawblades, those little wheels, and many other pieces. later that year, i was on the LDD gallery browsing vehicles, and i came across a muscle car. i liked it so much that i downloaded and built it. somehow, some time later i combined them. it was later destroyed, and even later, rebuilt, when i came across MOCpages. Soooo.....this may or may not be considered a literal MOC, but it's like the chicken sandwich. A Christian young man saw two great things, and stuck them together. Kudos, and thanks, to the original creator of the muscle car, and thank you, LEGO, for the jungle cutter set. On to the creation. captions below each picture.
Yeah, it's a HALO(copyright symbol) Spartan(tm symbol). No, it is not LEGO. It's that other brand, the one that makes HALO merchandise. And yes, this car belongs to the spartan.
aah. so savage-looking. the two vehicles blend so well. i took the shell of the car minus the hood and front, and combined it with all the technical (and lethal) parts of the cutter.
So what if it's sort of stubby? It's still looks cool. i heard thunder before i wrote this sentence.
Picture a drawing of this on the front of Twisted Metal.
The wood chipper, and the big, industrial v4 engine. Om nom nom.
Look! it's a light! thanks to the dozer plow's immense size, the lights had to be side-mounted.
Hey, the other light! symmetry is good sometimes.
the back window. it opens down because it was going to be like a gunner's seat or something. just in case Indy tries to sneak up from behind.
you'd be surprised howw big the trunk space is.
HUGE. i could've put a back seat in there.
All the pieces you see here do fit into that trunk. and they've been in there since i built it.
The back end! don't ask me why there's a chain there. it looked cool, and i was tired of it getting in my way. those silver angled pieces...........are not LEGO.
Man, them lights. that number plate. that green piece with hatch stickers. it's a whatnot box. or maybe those are gas cap covers.
those pipes, from this angle. i like the back bumper, too. i hear moar thunder.
hey, there's that guy again. notice my cool side mirrors, the step, and the door hinges. pay no attention to that mach five sticker. none whatsoever.
PAY NO ATTENTION TO THE MACH FIVE STICKER!!! the door on this side doesn't open. a bit of zombie-apocalypse preparation. i just remembered, that's what i rebuilt this for, the zombie apocalypse.
why yes, that is a train window from the 10020 Santa Fe Super Chief. looks menacing. that's the common theme here.
Menacing. that's why i chose the spartan as the driver. faceless. big. only his silhouette is visible when the top is on. he's crammed in there though. oh, and the title of this picture is "driv3r."
the inside, without the driver. not very roomy. or very detailed.
the super-thick door. Cadillac One ain't even got doors this thick.
Heyyyyyy thanks for veiwing, and either ignoring or reading through my rambling! i'm tired, and uploading these creations is very stressful. yeah, i want a chicken sandwich now. Comments, ratings, and constructive criticism welcome! To God be the Glory!