Ah, the Wreckers, The gangsters. The hardcore soldiers. The real do-or-die m**** f***** of the Autobots. Some of my favorite characters of all time reside in this team. Though he wasn't featured in the Last Stand of the Wreckers comic, Roadbuster one of the veteran team members in the most recent Wreckers squad. Whenever I get a commission for a project that I have made previously, I don't like to simply re-make the same custom. Small differences like paint applications and weapons load out can make the same custom unique when you bash it again. This Roadbuster is still inspired by YR's classics Roadbuster kit, but with changes to both his hand gun and intimidating shoulder mounted rocket launcher. The rocket launcher was originally the chain gun from the Iron Man War Machine figure from Target. I filled in the chain gun barrel wells and used the engine intake from a Cybertron Jetfire and the rocket's head. The machine hand cannon is a meld of the rifle from 1/100 HG Gundam Wing Tallgeese III, a barrel from Optimal Optimus and a cluster or rockets from Generations Darkmount. The ammo clip is removable. The hands are a special mold (cast by me! Yay!!!) made from a combo of HG Gundam hands taken from 1/100 HG Gundam Exia and Gundam Astray Blue Frame ver 2. That way the 3 forefingers are grouped together yet the trigger and thumb are moveable independently. I sanded down all of the chain mail from the Captain America mold for a smoother look this time (wasn't as hard as I thought) the same as the chest star that was once there. The G1 RB is a cast from the TR kit, with the neck removed and sanded smooth and replaced with a ball joint. the handgun attaches to the communications pack, so I scrapped the usual handlebar-thing that is attached on that side. I did add an antennae made from styrene. The communications pack attaches via magnets in both robot and humvee modes. I have a couple of additional weapons that will go up later tonight, but I wanted to get the pictures up that this customer has EAGERLY awaited. Next up, Shockwave!