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You Can Own This Giant, Flame-shooting Scorpion Truck

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Looking to buy the ultimate vehicle for the post-apocalyptic wasteland? Want a truck that instills fear in men’s hearts, and shoots flames at your enemies? Well, you can. It’s available on eBay right now.

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Here’s what its sellers have to say about it:

Built on a 1991, 28-foot-long International boom truck, the Scorpion is a 55 feet long, 22-45 feet wide, 39-45 feet tall exact replica of a female emperor scorpion named Fluffy. The Scorpion boasts a computer controlled 7 gun flame thrower off the tail, 21 hydraulic points which make the arms, legs, and claws all move in a sinister spider manner including hydraulics which make the entire truck lift off the ground to produce the most eerie of effects. The project is “skinned”- as in made to look like an exact replica of a female emperor Scorpion with artistically placed and sculpted metal sheathing. The final touches are a steampunk look with rivets, textured fabrics and a patterned, oozy and highly mesmerizing multi- color light show.

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This thing has shown up at Burning Man for the past five years, while waiting for the apocalypse so that it may rule the roads and terrorize.

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[via The Verge]



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