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KMEC-PA Truthsayer
Kelvini Motor Enterprises Combat-capable model Public Address system: The Truthsayer Public-Address Vehicle
About this creation
cost: 84,300 pistoolas per unit (approx. $93,250 USD)
-power: SCORE 70-4026R, 4 Rotor, 500 HP engine
-fuel capacity: The Truthsayer's fuel tank provides for 600 km of driving.
-maneuverability: the Truthsayer is a road vehicle, built on a RIOT van. it is slow, bulky, and ill-suited to high-performance driving of any kind. it's top speed is approximately 110 km/h over paved roads. it is recommended that the vehicle be kept off unpaved roads unless absolutely necessary.
-armament: N/A
-Rate of Fire: N/A
-Magazine: N/A
-armor: 6" steel plate throughout
-sensors: medium-range scrambled communications link.
-crew: 1: Driver (space for 3 armed troopers in rear, if necessary)

the Truthsayer is a Public-Address vehicle, built to deliver important news or emergency information to the general public. the huge speaker stacks mounted on the roof, powered by a dedicated 5 kW internal generator, can reproduce transmissions or recordings at up to 140 db without loss of sound quality.

since the Truthsayer's chassis and armored hull are based on the common RIOT van, it is equipped with emergency lights for clearing traffic. the heavily armored body will also withstand light arms and even small explosives, making the Truthsayer an excellent choice for a mobile public announcement system. should a public figure be making a decree of less-than-favorable public opinion, they can easily duck into the vehicle, seal up the rear hatch, and escape if the crowd becomes unruly.

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   the obligatory compostie-promo shot

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   big black brick, with speakers on the roof

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   anybody in there?


  October 8, 2008
way to tall
  November 4, 2006
It's good but it's too tall and could be knocked over to easyerly.
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