There are 3 castings of the Bushwacker, all of which are very similar:
- The original casting of the Bushwacker is from the mid-to-late 1990s.
- For some reason, they decided to resculpt a slightly larger version in 2000 that is very similar in appearance. There are more panel lines on the newer version.
- There is also a box-set casting, which is based on the original but has additional raised shapes and panels.
This mech was painted in a dusty camo scheme inspired by a painting of an Avatar.
STATUS: Custom job, complete 10/2003.
This Bushwacker was painted to represent the one piloted by Sgt. Kevin Bagwell of the 4th Crucis Lancers during the Battle of Monte Diablo. It features a shark mouth on the nose, which didn't come out as good as some. This mini is also the newer (circa 2000) casting Bushwacker, which is slightly larger and more textured than the older version.
STATUS: Completed, 3/2002. Sold 5/2002.
This mini is an example of the smaller, original casting Bushwacker from the mid-1990s. This mech is part of a lance that also contains an Owens, Blackjack, and Cougar. The lance is done in a desert camo airbrushed paint scheme, and has markings from house Marik. Bushwacker is a multi-role medium mech from 3058.
STATUS: Custom Job, delivered 12/1999.
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Last updated 20031025