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Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Part 1: All Quiet on the Martian Front Specter Armored Car

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Oh that's awesome I would love one in 28mm

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Nice! Ya know every time I see a purple vehicle, I'm reminded of the bright purple car my colorblind Dad bought with out my Mom's approval or opinion. He pulled up to the house pleased as punch with his BLUE car. He insisted to the day he passed, that dang car was blue. My sis and I thought it was hilarious, our Mom...not so much. That car was awful. It's a good memory of him. So not only does your awesome car look awesome, it made me smile extra wide for the memory.

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Whoa but that is one sweet steampunk vehicle!  Purple definitely suits it and I like how you managed to grunge it up whilst painting in monochrome (I've no idea how that's done).  

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I love it. Purple was exactly correct.

 

I want very badly for it to have a novelty horn, so anytime someone cuts the driver off, he can lay on the horn and the car will shout "EXTERMINATE! EXTERMINATE!"

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