Camper, C/A frame, Xhvy Ch., Hvy-Active Sus., Super PP (PC/SC), 6 Solid (FP-Radial) tires, driver & gunner, 3 linked HMG (10/HD) in turret, OG (10/reg) back, 8 Smoke/Oil Dischargers, 4 bumper triggers, 2 Hi-res Comp., ABS-HD brakes, HD Shocks, spoiler & airdam, 2 safety seats, fake ramplate, fake rear WG, surge protector, no paint-tinted windshield, HTM & Overdrive, 10 pts FP CA each around driver (only) & PP, driver has blended IBA, FP suit, PFE; 181 pts RPFP Armor (F35 B31 R40 L40 T20 U15), Acc. 5(10), Top 110 (82.5/130), HC 4(5), 7799 lbs, $108,574
Design Notes - Like the Led Zeppelin (below), the moment the HMG cheat arrived everyone rushed to the VR garage to abuse it - and what better way to use a 1 space 2 d-damage gun than in a three space turret. Whenever possible, I will use a turret - because of the versitility (especially in a free-for-all multi-car arena) and it avoids the
Anyway, the C/A frame (which is necessary in these high-ticket matches with vans and campers) has the obvious drawbacks for rams and rolls. The Solid Psycho takes out the vulnerability but even with tossing as much goo out as possible, the armor is still too light. Component armor and drop-spike-plates can only go so far.
The name comes from this song (thank you, Mad Music Archives).