The AADA Vehicle Guide can never be a complete work. Space limitations, late reports from the field, and the ever-growing number of combat vehicles on the road make our task of identifying each make an impossible one. But here are some more vehicles that you should be on the lookout for:
Republic Motors' Tomahawk is more often seen in its native Southwest than elsewhere. Its heavy front armament calls for a fighter-pilot style of combat; as long as the Tomahawk faces its foe, it's all right, but otherwise it's in trouble.
Tomahawk - Mid-size, x-hvy. chassis, large power plant, hvy. suspension, 4 PR tires, driver, 2 linked RLs front, oil jet to read. Armor: F60, R45, L45, B60, T41, U40. Acceleration 5, HC 3; 5,753 lbs., $12,806.
HF (high-firepower) option - replace RLs with VMGs. Armor: F50, R40, L40, B50, T31, U30. $14,706.
Although AutoSplendide is no longer in business, Howard Samson has purchased North American manufacturing rights to its Bastille and Bastille CalTrop designs. Both models are good road vehicles - adequately-armored but fast and nimble, if a bit light for highway use - and the standard Bastille was designed as a Division 10 duel vehicle.
Bastille - Compact, hvy. chassis, lg. power plant, hvy. suspension, 4 PR tires, driver, RL front, MG rear, targeting computer. Armor: F35, R25, L25, B30, T25, U25. Acceleration 10, HC 3; 3,990 lbs., $9,995.
Bastille CalTrop - As above, but replace rear MG with SD. Armor: F40, R30, L30, B40, T25, U22. 3,997 lbs.; $9,081.