The pickup truck has been an automotive favorite for nearly a century, but the exposed cargo area has made the carrying of vulnerable goods a risky proposition. Atlas Bodyworks goes back to the 20th century, when cars were used for recreation, not survival, and resurrects an old idea - the camper shell. This shell, however, is crafted of the same tough armor all our automotive bodies use, and offers the same protection. Make that pickup an even more fearsome vehicle by adding an Atlas camper shell.
Camper Shell - Costs $500, weighs 200 lbs. When a pickup is outfitted with a camper shell, the cost of armor in all locations increases to $30 per point and 14 lbs. per point. A pickup with a shell has 17 regular spaces and 7 cargo spaces, and the cargo spaces are fully protected by the vehicular armor. Camper shells can be made fireproof, laser reflective, or both, at the standard weight and cost penalties.
Borrowing a good idea from the racetracks, the aerodynamic experts at Atlas have crafted these beautiful body additions that not only make your car look sleeker, but make it a demon on the road. No matter how well your car handled before, it'll handle better with Atlas spoilers and airdams.
Spoilers and airdams - These items reduce the difficulty factor of any maneuver performed at a speed of 60 mph or more. A spoiler or airdam reduces the difficulty by one; if both are mounted, the difficulty factor is reduced by two. No vehicle may have more than one of each, and they have no effect on oversized vehicles or cycles. They will work on tricycles (see The AADA Vehicle Guide for information on trikes). Airdams may not be mounted on vehicles with Off-Road Suspensions (q.v. AADA Vehicle Guide). Maneuvers of D0 or less do not force control rolls. Spoilers are destroyed when the rear armor is destroyed, and airdams are destroyed when the front armor is destroyed. Spoilers and airdams cost $500 each and weigh 100 lbs. each. They take no space. If a car's armor is fireproof, laser reflective, or both, the spoilers and airdams must match, at the appropriate penalties in cost and weight.