That's right! I said over $160. Why the huge cost? Because I just needed to have the tuck cab rotate on the robot's back. So I unscrewed the cab section and used my box cutter to cut off the extra bits so the back of the cab could be flat for rotating. Well, the box cutter slipped and sliced my finger all the way to the bone. So $50 emergency room co-pay, $85 deductible, $25 for stitches removal plus the cost of the minicon and paint/supplies. This is my Classics Pipes. He was built using Classics Grindor. I made the cab rotate on his back to make him look more like his G1 appearance. He is basically just Testors dark blue and silver with a custon blue for the face. The pipes are made using some parts from a model car kit.