EDIT: Completed. New thread here: http://www.tfw2005.com/boards/radicons-customs/276234-tf-gundam-crossover-2-rx-75-guntank.html Following on from the success of Sefer, I'm now starting my second Gundam Crossover, the RX-75 Guntank! As you can see, it's still in its early stages, having only just been built. The neck joint was the biggest problem, having the joint fall out very often and having to cycle through 3-4 different joints before getting one that works, i think it works, at any rate. The treads were easy to attach, but now i've found out that they aren't level, if i ever make this again for whatever reason, i'll know how to fix that: Accurate measuring. It's made out of a 1/144 HG Guntank kit I picked up this afternoon, along with a spare Acid Storm i had, and it's gonna be a TRIPLE CHANGER! It will not only have it's tank mode and a robot mode, it will also have an in-between mode, reminiscent of the original Guntank, with half robot half tank qualities. The head remains the same in all three modes. I ditched the gatling gun hands. Sorry, Guntank fans. The shoulder cannons will work in all three modes, however. I'll update with pics of those modes once the thing is solid enough to be able to survive transformation. The tank mode itself is adjustable in height and slant of the main chassis, as a nice side effect of the transformation process. The only unfortunate thing about the robot mode is that the huge treads can get in the way, so action poses are not that great, but it can still pull off some decent poses. And who really cares about the robot mode of Guntank, anyways? Also, this marks the first custom i ever used my new Dremel 400 digital on, and i'm now scared of the thing. It cuts through metal pins like butter. Really easy-to-cut butter. EDIT: Nearly forgot, credit goes to ABX23 for his Cloud Saber custom (the only reason i had a spare AS body in the first place), and the custom he made from the spare AS's he had (Roller, i think), which proved tanks treads work on this mold.