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LEVEL 75 PALADIN

Five years ago, one man leveled half a town with a homemade armor-plated bulldozer

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NEVAR FORGET!!!1!

 

 

Killdozer.jpg

 

Killdozer was torn asunder in to pieces and scattered across multiple scrapyards in the state to prevent it from being rebuilt.

 

Prophesy says that one day a foolhardy man will find and reassemble the pieces and Marvin Needermeyer will rise from the grave to pilot the infernal bulldozer, with an engine fueled by the souls of the damned and crush the corrupt and save the weak.

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um great, so what is the guy up to today?

 

you have a few typos up in that mugg

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* For visibility, the bulldozer was fitted with several video cameras linked to two monitors mounted on the vehicle's dashboard. The cameras were protected on the outside by 3-inch shields of bulletresistant plastic.[1] Onboard fans and an air conditioner were used to keep Heemeyer cool while driving and compressed air nozzles were fitted to blow dust away from the video cameras. Food, water and life support were present in the almost airtight cabin.

 

* Further attempts to mount the bulldozer were hampered due to oil that Heemeyer had spread on the vehicle to hinder such attempts.

 

* Heemeyer had no intention of ever leaving the cabin once he entered; the hatch was permanently sealed.[1] Authorities speculated Heemeyer may have used a homemade crane found in his garage to lower the armor hull over the dozer and himself. "Once he tipped that lid shut, he knew he wasn't getting out",

 

* Heemeyer's body was subsequently removed by police with a crane, though it took twelve hours for them to cut through the hatch with an oxyacetylene cutting torch.

 

"I was always willing to be reasonable until I had to be unreasonable", Heemeyer wrote. "Sometimes reasonable men must do unreasonable things."

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ROCK MUSIC KILLDOZER MONTAGE

 

FUCK YEAH!

 

For armament the bulldozer was fitted with a .50 caliber semi-automatic Barrett M82 rifle pointing out to the rear, a semi-auto variant of the FN FNC in front, a .223 Ruger Mini-14 to the right, a 9mm Kel-Tec P-11 semi-auto pistol and a .357 magnum revolver with which he killed himself.

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Dope, this would be soo much fun, but i would have definitely take a gun and shot at the police if i knew i was locked inside that thing

 

edit, just watched the music montage, he was strapped

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my freinds dad was watching this from his window, he said it was pretty awesome. The dude took out all kinds of establishments that he was mad at.

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ya dude basically leveled the town, i didnt read that shit up there but if i reemember correctly he owned some business and they wouldn't give him a new lease, or loan or some shit cause they wanted his property. so he sold the shit, went home and built this fucker, and the rest is history.

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more of this and less of these self-inflicted gun wound queers who shoot up public places then puss out when the cops come...

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Straight up I remember reading about this and thinking how awesome Twisted Metal reality would be.

 

fuck yeah totally!

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I thought the cops opened the hatch and blasted him with a shotty to the domepiece?...

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I thought the cops opened the hatch and blasted him with a shotty to the domepiece?...

 

that was "tank guy" in san diego (a whales vagina)

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If you have a problem, if no one else can help, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire... The A-Team.

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