Number one please reveiw!Number two... this is the jugernaught that the empire had and used to tramsport
About this creation
Main pic is soldiers boarding.
Despite having some armor and weaponry, the B5 model was considered more of a transport than an attack craft like the older models. They were known to utilize a special laser defense system that was designed to shoot down enemy missiles before they reached friendly lines, which made them a valuable support element in Imperial armored columns.
Unlike previous models, one end would open up to deploy troops inside
The quote is "Juggernaut Ready" - Juggernaut driver
Notice to a few people that reveiwed me saying that it was pretty much the set, there really isn't much difference between the B5 and the Turbo Tank accept for the fact that the B5 transports.
all folded away
back door closed
The Whole thing as you can see this is based of the turbo tank which i did not like...
Others may not appriciate a good moc when they see one, but I certainly do!!!!! This is great!!! You are one of few who have made the imperial version of the juggernaut, which I think is better. Anywho,,, great job!!!! You should check out my MOCs!!!! :)
This is Excellent. I'm glad to hear someone calling it by it's proper name, rather than "clone turbo tank". Where did it get that nickname anyway? It's a bit weird, and doesn't really describe it. I like your color changes. I've been planning to build a Juggernaut too, but I'm having trouble getting the ten wheels I need. One thing about your version though. Does it really have that ramp? It would make more sense to be on the side. Oh well, great job!
I mean essentially all you did was put tons of flat panels on there and the back ramp, I think you should take the turbo-tanks wheel base and try to make your own transport.
You stole the name juggernaut from my moc! :P
These other guys may not apperciate this much, but I consider anything modified as a moc and not a set. This is nice, it looks much better with the smooth panels then with all of the bumps. I also like the extending and folding ramp in the back. Nice work.