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    Designed by Military, Vehicle, and robotics engineers in Detroit. One of the turning points of WWIII. Fits one person. Used mainly for seek and destroy missions and clearing fronts.
    Armed with a Hydraulic Multi-purpose pincer, EGF HPC.


    A project I've been obsessevly slaving over for the past four days.

    Amittedly, it's not the greatest picture. I just can't get good shots of mechs.

    Wafflebread, =DoNe=, [Slick-Brick], and 59 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Lord of those Bricks [deleted] 20 months ago | reply

      Did you build this

    2. Maìne 20 months ago | reply

      Nope, He used magic.

    3. =DoNe= 20 months ago | reply

      Splended work!

    4. TomSolo93 20 months ago | reply

      I've to change my pants ...
      Great job ! It's freaking awesome !

    5. .TheBricks 20 months ago | reply

      Yeah. I built this.

    6. Gabe Umland 20 months ago | reply

      I like this pic much better than the other one! And the mech is still awesome!

    7. TheRaconteur- 20 months ago | reply

      All that obsessive slaving was worth it, this looks great!

    8. ♠DJB♠ [deleted] 20 months ago | reply

      Hehe... Detroit mecha manufacturing... Ace work.

    9. Walter Benson 20 months ago | reply

      Nice work! I love the head/cockpit. Great stuff.

    10. LegoWaffles 20 months ago | reply

      Awesome! I like the gun on the left hand.

    11. lego27bricks 20 months ago | reply

      I love the whole shape of this robot, especially the cockpit. Nice job!

    12. Gabe Umland 20 months ago | reply

      Hey congrats on getting blogged on TBB dude!!!!! Now me, you and Caleb have been blogged! Its a party!!!

    13. .TheBricks 20 months ago | reply

      *Scratches off bucket list*

    14. m_o_n_k_e_y 20 months ago | reply

      nice one, love to know how you attached those disks

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