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A mostly industrial yellow worthless wreckage walking pile of garbage that sounds comedic.
This model may cause questions from why a refuse collection truck to why would a robot have facial hair.
Two legs, two arms, a blockhead, superfluous lights on the chest, and a backpack loaded with more questions.
Face has seven(7) swappable expressions, try to use one at a time.

This DIY cardmodel figure kit has ten(10) pages of illustrated color instructions and eight(8) parts sheets to assemble this 27cm(10.5 inch)robot figure.

From the land of fold-in-fours and (un)hinged cardstock comes this literal box truck.
Using only hinges and tabs mini Weirdage converts from a simpleton robot to a blocky little sanitation agency work truck.
Built from three(3) parts, do be patient while cutting, that quickly glue up into this small transfigurable desk toy. Admittedly unsteady on its feet, but stable on six(6) wheels, standing about 7cm(3 inches) tall.
One(1) sheet of parts and eight(8) pages of instructions.

Print on cardstock and get tools out, this is constructive entertainment.

The ZIP files containing the ready-to-print PDF files are awaiting your purchase.

I rank this cardmodel Level-3: ~EXPERT~ moderately complex parts that are complicated to build.
Mini converting Weirdage is about a Level 2.