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The Judge V2 : Steam Edition . The "Judge V2". 50% Victorian Era, 50% Industrial Era...still 100% pimp. . I need to take dismantle my Judge for parts...WAH! But I made a variant before I do...YAH! V2 of the soon to be dismantled Judge...I won't get around to fixing some of the problems I mentioned in V1 (which was retro-futuristic), so I refitted it instead. The first version is here, feel free to compare...it's more a totally different machine than an upgrade. Thanks to everyone who commented on V1 making it my most popular MOC, it is much appreciated! A bunch of things were replaced for V2, the side grills are replaced by a crank powered headlamp assembly. I turned the grill on the front back right side up because it just seems more genre appropriate. The sleek jet powered side engines were replaced by more genre appropriate propellers. I kind of went overboard with the huge honking armor pieces...but I like them, yes I do... On V1, the very bottom was devoid of any retro effects...I had to take the whole module off and replace it with this steamy looking manifold... Whereas here, I basically just replaced certain parts with different colors and slightly different parts. Because the huge honking armor peices, V2 needs a telescope to get some sight into that cockpit. The hover module remains intact in its entirety. V1 there was actually no cockpit access...this area was occupied by a large jet engine. Now it makes room for a small hatch, just roomy enough for any steamy cargo(Ahh yeah...thats a ticking time bomb in our steam professor's hand there). Hope you liked it, now on to different things, happy building my friends.


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