I present to you the mighty workhorse on the UNSC Marine Forces; the M12 LRV “Warthog”. This tried and true light reconnaissance vehicle is well known for its speed as well as its ability to endure punishing damage inflicted by both hard driving and enemy munitions.
Built to be as versatile as possible, the ‘Hog has no shortage of ground clearance or horsepower and can be fitted with a wide variety of both equipment and weapons.
As a vehicle that is dominant on most respects, it does have its weaknesses; if traveling at high speed or over difficult terrain the ‘Hog can be susceptible to rollovers which cannot be easily recovered from. In addition to this, it is worth the mentioning that most ‘Hog variant do not have doors or windows which leaves the passengers exposed to both the elements as well as enemy fire.
Please note that upon consideration I have decided to give Justin Stebbins creative design credits for the light rack.
this is one of the best hogs I've ever seen, actually i've seen a lot similiar ones, I believe a lot of them are based on your design. You should be proud, it IS a good design, except the front might be a bit short. anyway, this warthog is a great source of inspiration
IT IS AWSOME!!, i am not a halo fan in anyway, but i love the warthog and so i built one using your instructions, and it is awesome!, and stebbins is wrong the two warthogs couldnt look more differant, you even have differant suspension. Please review some of my stuff
Err, I really don't want to offend you, killernoob, so try not to take this the wrong way... I'm just trying to give you an honest review: your Warthog looks a lot like mine, especially the T-top and the back, as well as many of the guns. I'd hardly say it runs mine into the ground. In fact, I personally don't like it as much. The color is bland, the front is too small and studdy, and the battle droid heads look really out of place. Not saying it's bad though. It's a good model, often in the same ways as my own. But if you want to see a Warthog that is vastly different than mine and really gives me a desire to compete, check out Brian K.'s.