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Death Guard: Juggernaut V2 (medium weaponry vehicle) . A long overdue creation is finally here. This upgraded version differs immensely from the original. For starters, I added more smooth plating over most of the uneven areas. The inside has had some good modifications as well including a more detailed cockpit and an engine in the back. I'll just explain the rest when the photos come up. This is NOT a standard issue Juggernaut, if you are wondering why there is a spoiler on a military vehicle. Check out the 1st version if you are confused. Enjoy . I took off the spikes and pushed back the front a little. After that, I added headlights and a grill. This way, it seems more realistic when it comes to the ability of breaking through most kinds of walls. When I last looked at the old version, I noticed that the mortars were resting to low to the vehicle that if they accidentaly went off, the car will pretty much not be standing anymore. To fix this problem I worked on the system and made a more elevated version, plated it, and put stopping system to hold the wheels in place when it fires the mortars while being parked. There was a design I've been wanting to do and I think I came out pretty well, the fuel tanks. I always see them on Semis and other large vehicles and thought it would seem practical to add them to my vehicle. Now I'm not the best at sticker decals but I think they turned out nicely and shows how fuel gets in them. There isn't much to say about the back except I added a spoiler and put some angles on the end to make the spoiler look more in place. I still love that screen piece, one of the best pieces from the Alpha Team sets. I have more in the mail because it works so well for these Death Guard creations. Here is an example of the Juggernaut V2 in place for firing the mortars. As you can see, the stopping blocks make the wheels go into a stand still mode for accuracy and less recoil. Just a little image of the driver in place and in the back, the engine. This is my first time designing a engine and I hope it came out well. Without the driver. You can see the main screen, controls, and a gun holder. You're in war, so you might as well have a place to hold your gun. I think the interior is a major upgrade. Here is a quick look into how the mortar elevation system works So that's pretty much it for the Juggernaut V2. I'm not sure if I'm going to do more major changes in it for the future. But who knows really, there is always room for improvements.

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