From the archives – awesome concept art from unproduced G.I. Joe transport

Kevin Watts has gotten a lot of love from GeneralsJoes, mostly due to his excellent custom work, but not only does Kevin do great customs, but he’s also been a fan of the property and collecting for a long time, and he has a lot of items in his personal collection that have never seen the light of day.  He collects pre-production items, concept art, and has a veritable museum of incredible collectibles.

Thankfully, he has gotten his own website rolling, the 788th Armored Division, and has used it as a platform to showcase a fantastic piece of concept art for a vehicle that has never been released.  Designed apparently as an armored transport, this vehicle looks like it was slated to be released in 1986 and has some shared concepts with the Rolling Thunder, which was released in 1988.

Out of respect for Kevin, I’m not mirroring the images here, but you should definitely check out the 788th Armored Division to see these images.  They are worth your time.

UPDATE – Kevin has kindly given me permission to mirror a few images, so check them out below.  More are available at his site.  Thanks, Kevin!

4 thoughts on “From the archives – awesome concept art from unproduced G.I. Joe transport

  1. Awww, you love me…Honestly, feel free to mirror some pics, Justin. You are giving me credit and front page love, so it is cool. thanks man!

  2. I’ve always wanted exactly that! I’d use it for a Joe helicopter calvary mostly, but imagine army building and cobra parades with a cobra version.

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