ATRV? I prefer scooters

Infamous (or maybe just famous...) Mladen Pejic has done it again, with an excellently built "All Terrain Recreational Vehicle." As he states on the page, it is a mechanoid chassis for "habitation pods" so those city dwellers can hop into a 300 sq-ft house and view those untamed regions of the planet. An Interesting Idea, and an interesting mecha. Unlike his usual weapon-clad multipeds ([1] - [2]), this has spindly legs, and no cool looking armor (gasp). At least the good old Mladen color blocking is still evident, but a little more mixed than usual. But he still proves more than his worth as a builder, if he can make a toilet look space-age. Heck, even the weird, strangely colored pods look sweet. I like the ladders too :D

On the other hand, brickshelf "Kaitimar" made an attractive retro-space scooter. I love it.

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