- Nasty Feet - All tires HD, add 16 pts. armor, 4438 lbs., $9990
- Nasty Feet 2 - All tires HD, remove 4 pts armor, add 5 Smoke Dischargers, 4343 lbs., $9989
- Nasty Heat - Downgrade ammo to HEAT, add 5 Smoke Dischagers, 4337 lbs.
- Nasty 20 - modify with C/A frame, 4 Plasticore tires, 8 Smoke Dischargers, 4 bumper triggers, safety seat, CA is FP, driver has BA, FP suit, PFE, 230 pts armor; 4368 lbs, $19,990
Design Notes - Whoever hasn't done this design in some form - the compact with the ATG - hasn't been playing long enough. I put in the nasty APFSDS ammo in and had to cut this sucker down to anything that could fit into the price range. 207 pts armor with a SWC directed ATG ain't too shabby.
Speaking of Everybody Does This. I saw a nice version here at AADA 27.
James Beecher's "Metal Dung Beetle":
Compact, extra-heavy chassis, heavy suspension, 100 cid turbocharged gas engine, 4 gallon racing tank (full), 4 PR radial tires, driver (w/body armor), ATG front w/HESH ammo and SWC. Sloped metal/ plastic armor: F 18/35, L 2/35, R 2/35, B2/25, T 1/0, U 2/12, 10 points CA around each of driver, engine, and ATG, 8 points CA around gas tank. Acceleration 5, Top Speed 62.5, HC 4. 4,435 lbs, $14,922.I just don't think well in Metal and Gas yet. But, Bravo: eighteen points of metal is truly nasty.
Update: I added the Div20 version because I had it lying around the drawing board. Yeah, it's not worth the cash. Does anyone really use Plasticores?