Home-Made $4K War Machine Iron Man Suit

The weaponized armor worn by Don Cheadle in the movie has inspired a 25-years-old Colorado-based Iron Man fan named Anthony Le to come up with his own War Machine outfit. He spent one month and $4,000 to build this replica suit of War Machine armor from high-impact urethane, which he cut into plates and joined together with around 1,500 rivets and washers. The helmet was made from clay and a liquid resin. To make it like real, he also used a small servo motor that opens the faceplate. Other highlights of the homemade suit of armor include a dent-proof exterior, motorized faceplate, LED eyes and even spinning mock Gatling gun. Anthony Le ‘s War Machine suit looks as real and impressive as the big screen version.

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It would be cool if the suit was made of 1/4th inch thick titanium, and the guns actually fired.

I absolutely agree with you In that case these would be perfect battle field suits of armor.

great.. nice suit.. hope i can get one :)

fansnatural I would like one myself.

I'll have one for christmas, do you think I'd get off the ground or should I just walk around in it posing.


I suppose if you invested in a Martin jet pack also you can defiantly get off the ground.