Big things with little cars
Big things with little cars

Mad Max Monday

I had a Shattered Highways playtesting session this weekend, so built a few more vehicles. I also did a better job of photographing some I’d built recently, so I figured I’d share.

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This Oshkosh plow truck was given a new front bumper, the sander was replaced with the body & cab from an ambulance, and the gunner’s position and rear armor were made from a cut up Cobra.

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This Fiat Topolino Hot Rod got tractor tires front & rear and the trunk cut off to make a platform for the rear warrior.

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This Gasser drag racer has been stripped down to the bare metal, had the hood & trunk lid removed, been given beefier tires front & rear, and had grab bars for the rear warrior added.

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The Fire Truck is now sporting dual flamethrowers, making the name more accurate, and the truck more dangerous.

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This is the body of a Camaro, with the front fenders off a Cord, mounted on an off-road chassis. (this took some abuse during the session and needs a paint touch-up)

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This Jaguar body has had it’s rear hatch removed, and been mounted on a off-road racing chassis, with the motor and front shock mounts sticking up through the hood.

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This Hot Wheels Bone Shaker was given a wheel swap, mesh roof, and a rust detail paint over the original red paint job, being careful to preserve the skull & crossbones door decoration.

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This Corvette had the engine moved to the rear, and the gunners position put where the engine was. Then a wheel swap and detail painting.

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This Station wagon was turned into a pickup, mounted on a taller chassis, and stripped down to bare metal.

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I did these both the pad out the armies, and show how much can be accomplished with just flat black spray paint and some quick dry-brushing.

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