Check out these giant 40K machines made of old cars and scrap metal

The Warhammer 40,000 universe’s giant robots and vehicles are built on Forge Worlds. These planets are dedicated to industry under the control of the Adeptus Mechanicus tech-priests. This Imperial Knight mech (via Warhammer Community), was built by staff from a Thailand game shop out of scrap metal, cars, and other materials.

Warhammer Community was told by the creators that the top part was made of an entire Volkswagen. It took several months to complete and is based on the Canis Rex miniature. It was constructed from cement and steel fiber to hold four tons of Knight’s weight. The base was then sanded, grazed, and an additional cactus was added.

The metalworkers at Ban Hun Lek in Ang Thong helped to create the replicas. They also make replicas of everything, from Transformers to xenomorphs. Legendary Wargame is the shop that made it. They also have a miniature painting and gaming club that they run on weekends. They answered that they loved the idea of building the mech when they were asked. It is the most famous Imperial Knight. We hope that our Knight will protect us from any Xenos who may attack the club in the future.

The Outrider motorbike was also created by the Knight Preceptor. Although the bike is half-size, it is scaled to the exact size. It can’t be ridden as the wheels aren’t made to rotate. The team stated that everyone wants something similar on the road and would like to ride it. “We want it to appear that we are a Space Marine riding it and fighting against Ork Hordes.”

Both took about a year to complete, with Legendary Wargame reportedly having plans for more. We are currently building more areas of battle, more play zones, and a coffee shop. They said that they will make either a large ship or a dragon in the future.

These impressive replicas and the alien Tyranid carved into the wall can be seen in person at Legendary Wargame, Nonthaburi, Thailand.

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