So I bought a custom figure third or fourth-hand, a year or two ago -- to the point that no one I talked to down the line remembered who actually made it. The custom head was somewhat poorly painted, and over time the paint started peeling off, and eventually the whole head started to unravel. I didn't mind so much, since I have plans for the body anyways (heh-heh) but I started stripping the head to see if I could salvage anything from it, and it turns out the underlying head was more complex than I thought, and the application of crumbling Testors putty and enamel on top of borrowed rubbery zoids parts is to blame for the deterioration. Now, out of curiosity, I'm trying to figure out who or what it used to be. I have a few clues, garnered from examining it: It may be a recast, as a screw hole on the back is present but filled. It is Alternators sized, so it may possibly repurposed from a 1/100 model kit. It doesn't match any existing Alternator figure's head, even heavily modified. The halves are hollow, with a peg on either side to hold it symmetrical. It was never originally intended to be used directly on a ball joint. HOWEVER... There is room enough inside the head cavity for a gundam PVC balljoint socket. It has a triangular divet in the forehead crest, no eyes, no mouth. It has a large gap in the crest, where some sort of forehead piece might have been. So anyways, does this look familiar to anyone here?