This is my take on the famous Willys MB jeep used by the allies in WWII. One of the greatest vehicles of all time, I am glad I could accurately represent it.
About this creation
First let me give "her" a little description. This is Rosie, as her troops call her. She is the jeep used by my first squad on their march through France. She sports a browning .30 cal, and she's ready for action! A tough girl, her troops love her, and do anything they can to make sure nothing happens to her. Credit goes to Daniel Zayac for originally inspiring me to make a jeep of my own, along with numerous others. I couldn't have done it without all of the inspiration from all the great designs I found on the web.
Alright, first up, is a picture of the front. Here you can clearly see the grill. I used a sticker form one of the SW episode three sets. I believe it was the tri-droid. In my opinion, this sticker really makes the jeep. Oh, you can also see the bundle of netting on the hood. 'Cause you never know when you'll need some netting! ;-)
Here's a picture of the right side. There's not much to look at here, so, yeah...... on to the next picture!
This is the back. Here you can kinda see my Jerry can design, but you can't see it in it's full glory here.
Here's the left side. It's almost as uneventful as the right side. Except, this is one of the three places that there's BA in the build, there's a monopod holding the axe to the car.
Here's my .30 cal. I'm really happy with the way it turned out. The main body is a TLC chainsaw body with one of the handles cut off. This is the second place I used BA. There's a monopod in the stand that's holding the .30 cal to the car.
Lastly, the other side of the .30 cal. This is the third and final place that there's BA on this MOC. There's a monopod acting as the handle.
As far as instructions go, I hope to make some someday, but this is such a complicated model, it would be hard to make instructions, as they would be like two hundred steps long. So, I encourage you to look at my model, and then fill in the blanks yourself. Who knows, you might even have a whole new jeep design that everyone loves too! (Just give me credit for inspiring you. ;-D)