was a U.S. Army walking vehicle featured in
It looks like this model was made of wood with various kit parts and other bits stuck on for detail. The claws appear to have been made out of metal alligator clips. The articulated arms appear to have been made out of disposable plastic drinking cups. The legs look like they were made out of telescoping metal rods and tubing. This was a huge model!
The Gray & Houseman Construction Company road builder was featured in
This large model was made out of wood with various kit parts and other bits added on for detail. Its four tracked underbody units came from the old Remco 'Tiger Joe' battery operated tank toy. This model was repainted yellow and reused in
Note the helijet over the road builder which was made from two 1/32 scale Hawk Huskie helicopter kits joined back to back. This road builder was a huge model! The 'Gray' in 'Gray and Houseman' stood for
the man who composed all the music used in the Anderson's
Supermarionation TV programs and cinema films
This yellow road building machine was reworked from the End of the Road
machine described above. Note the Remco battery operated 'Tiger Joe' tank tracks and clouds of Fuller's Earth dust.
Here is the huge Crablogger mobile logging machine featured in
This enormous model was built primarily of wood and was detailed with numerous plastic kit parts and other bits. The model vehicle had two articulated sections. The front section rode on a large number of plastic wheels from some kind of toy. The tracked back section, which rode on four Remco 'Tiger Joe' toy tanks, was actually reworked from the yellow Atlantic Inferno
road builder described above.