The Honda-Ziplok Clan wasn't quite sure what the ancient vehicle they salvaged was used for, nor why the Ancients chose to keep the building it was stored in so cold. However, it was in fairly good condition and they were glad to have it. Stripping out the strange tangle of pipes, tanks, and pumps in its interior made room for a much bigger and more powerful engine. After mounting a minigun on the front and a pair of rocket launchers on one side, they decided that some more firepower was needed. Using some of the various parts removed from the vehicle, the priest-mechanic Bangs On Stuff With Wrench crafted a rear-firing flamethrower to keep people from tailgating.
A rather belated addition to the post-apocalyptic fad on the Classic-Space Forums . Inspired by the Zamboni at the local ice rink.
Right side, my favorite view. The two brown cylinders are the barrels of the rocket launchers.
Front view. Every post-apoc vehicle needs at least one strategically-placed chain. I don't know what this one is used for, but it's obviously very important.
Top view. The driver has to steer with one hand and operate the minigun with the other, but that's a pretty normal experience in the post-nuclear-war era.
The view you really don't want to see. The flamethrower and its fuel tank came out perfectly in this model.
Without drivers, to give you a better look at the interior (actually, the only thing worth seeing is the fuel tank for the flamethrower).
And here's a shot of the only underside detail worth seeing: the droid arms connecting the "fence" across the back of the vehicle to the ground. Underwhelming, isn't it?
In other news, the LSF Interceptor has been updated with non-blurry pictures. Well, some of the pictures are still blurry, but the important ones aren't.