• porosities.. we needs to degas next time.

Decepticon logo, in cast aluminum.

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  1. Zot! Doom Jim! 92 months ago | reply

    How much for one of the autobots?

  2. Mister PG [deleted] 92 months ago | reply

    belt buckle!

  3. vrogy 92 months ago | reply

    I think it may be a bit large for a belt buckle.. but I suppose if one's to wear a Decepticon belt buckle, it should be as ridiculously ostentatious as possiblke, yes?

    Also, it's ~3/4" thick, so heavy.

  4. sorcialn 92 months ago | reply

    Yeah, too heavy! I wouldn't wear that as a belt buckle, and I grew up on the farm in Texas.
    However, all's I'm saying is.................CHEST PLATE!!! Put a couple cross straps like a piece of ballistic armor and WHAM!! Or mount it on a hard shell backpack. Or the grille of your car! How about a black Viper??? Damn, too much.....

  5. Aud1073cH 92 months ago | reply

    That is so cool! I love the pitted surface. It says "old, but still well maintained." Like a transformer ought to be.

    I tend to carry stuff on a tool belt (2.25"wide military surplus pistol belt)- not only for work, but just for everyday. So this would fit just right for a buckle, just add a couple Alice clips on the back to hold it on. :)

  6. greg.turner 92 months ago | reply

    This is radder! And yeah, totally a belt buckle

  7. Tim's World 92 months ago | reply

    Oh, right on!! That is so cool!

  8. M1st1que 92 months ago | reply


    Did you make this yourself? Must be the pride of your home (or wherever you keep it ;-)).

    It also matches my tattoo:


  9. Marshall Alsup 92 months ago | reply

    Very cool! I think it would go good on a car grille!

  10. myfear 91 months ago | reply

    A big congratulation! You Image made it to Explore! This is soo perfect! Have a great time! This was number 27 at the 2007-09-03!!--Seen in the interestingness archives. (?)

  11. vrogy 91 months ago | reply

    Oh, wowser. O_O

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