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Marvel Punisher Battle Van
This is my Marvel Superheros Punisher Battle Van. I built it to show off my custom Punisher minifigure.
About this creation


This is not based on any particular battle van, but is my own version.



I wanted it to look like a late 1970's custom van that had fallen into the hands of Frank Castle after ending up on a used car lot.



The van has those late 1970's custom van touches, such the raked stance from a leaf spring lift kit on the rear axle, a custom front spoiler, the round side windows, rear window louvers, and a built in ladder to get to the top of the van.



Frank has turned the van into a weapon in own right by adding the massive front push bumper, blindingly bright extra lights, and whip antenna to increase the range of his police scanner radio.



I wanted the van to have small wheels and large sidewall tires. All the LEGO tires looked out of scale. I took some black wheels and plain tires from the LEGO store pick a brick wall and put them inside a set of Speed Champions tires and achieved the look I wanted.



Then I took black Speed Champions wheels and mounted them for use as custom black framed and tinted side bubble windows.



At the back of the van I wanted a ladder that was offset to one side and decided 3 studs wide was the correct width. I built it using poles and alternating wrench elements.



If you were wondering, the Punisher stole the a NY license plate from a weird 1950's Cadillac ambulance so he could drive around without having to register the vehicle legally.



The Battle Van would not be a Battle Van without weapons, and the Punisher has many loaded and ready to go. They include a Thompson .45 caliber sub machine gun with the round drum magazine, a Barrett .50 sniper rifle, a Styer Aug bullpup style battle rifle, a pump 12 gauge shot gun, and a short barreled folding stock AK74 mounted to the dashboard and aimed out the passenger window. And don't forget the minigun!























I used LEGO levers with the rods pushed through grills to mount the roof lights to the van.









Always remember, "It's not revenge, it's punishment..."



Comments

  August 20, 2018
This van really looks like a weapon! Great job! :-))
Blaine R.
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Pa'Haka C.
  August 19, 2018
Nice job with good techniques
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  August 19, 2018
I love this. Great work.
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  August 19, 2018
That`s quite a bad-a.s Van, great work!
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  August 19, 2018
awesome!XD
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  August 18, 2018
Great work !!!
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  August 18, 2018
Awesome work!
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  August 18, 2018
Quoting Cameron Wilson Really nice. I love the back. My only problem is that the roof would look better tiled, but that's a minor problem in an otherwise flawless MOC.
I had the roof tiled, but thought the studs would give it a tougher look.
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  August 18, 2018
The A-Team van on steroids ;) Fantastic work and great detailing!
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  August 18, 2018
Really nice. I love the back. My only problem is that the roof would look better tiled, but that's a minor problem in an otherwise flawless MOC.
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  August 17, 2018
Frank would be proud.
 
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