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Halo Fan Builds Real Warthog

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Bryant Havercamp, a phone technician and massive Halo fan from Michigan, has spent the past five years recreating the iconic Warthog truck from the franchise. He used traditional fabrication methods, a 3D printer, and the frame of a 1984 Chevy K10 to make his dream a reality. The result? A fully street-legal Warthog replica based on a 3D model extracted directly from the Halo game. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

Halo Fan Builds Real Warthog
Halo Fan Builds Real Warthog
Halo Fan Builds Real Warthog
Halo Fan Builds Real Warthog
Halo Fan Builds Real Warthog
Halo Fan Builds Real Warthog
Halo Fan Builds Real Warthog
Halo Fan Builds Real Warthog
Halo Fan Builds Real Warthog
Halo Fan Builds Real Warthog

"Bryant says his work has resulted in about 350-400 horsepower, which means the vehicle can reach up to 85mph, but the Warthog is about more than just performance. All the extra details make the difference on this particular recreation, with Bryant adding a custom-made functioning winch to the front bumper, designed to look like Warthog tusks, which took him two weeks of welding, grinding, and fabricating to make from scratch," according to The Daily Mail.










This entry was posted on 09/16 00:00am and is filed under Auto, Geek, Halo , Video Games .
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