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SPARTECH Amphibious Fighting Vehicle . Vehicles and technology by Spartan Military Technologies, or SPARTECH. . A Spartan Military Technologies (SPARTECH) AFV (Amphibious Fighting Vehicle) designed especially for navigating and fighting in swampy areas, areas with small rivers and lakes, and sand. Nicknamed "crocs" because of their intended terrain. Large, deep-lugged tires and serious ground clearance help wade through deep muddy ground that a tank would get hopelessly stuck in. It can go in deep water, but it doesn't go very fast or have much control. 4 wheel drive and a 300hp diesel motor give it plenty of power. Big headlights and winches on the front and rear light the way and help pull it out of trouble, or other vehicles. Armed with a single 50cal. machine gun and a crew of two, with space for supplies, tools and weaponry. Side. Back. Has a working tailgate. Other side. 3/4 view. Note hood shaping. 3/4 other side. Without figs. Without machine gun. Back. Front. Bottom. This is one of the coolest parts of this vehicle! Rear axle suspension. Front axle suspension. The black droid arms are simulating steering arms. Bottom different view. You can see the 4WD driveshafts (between the silver suspension arms). Another view of the hood. The light grey thingy is the raised air intake. Another overall view. The 50cal. machine gun. The grey thing is the ammo container. Another front view. FOURTH WALL: This started as a new technique for suspension, which got out of hand. :P Also something to use my limited dark tan collection. AFV was NOT intended to relate to America's Funniest home Videos, the acronym was incidental. And while I'm prattling, the Endor troopers make excellent modern soldiers. I wish I had got two more of the battle packs. Please rate and comment EDIT: Front page! Yeah!


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