I like using parts of the frame, suspension, and wheels to help loot skimmers. I'd also carve out a likely place for the engine so that it's still visible. The bed and armor plates can be...well...armor plates. Having the the driver stick out of whatever cockpit area is always good. Gunner can go in most pintle mounts on most vehicles. Rams/bumpers can go on the front or back of just about anything.
Most important bits of looting:
1) Don't just glue bits on randomly if you can avoid it. Integrate the bits into the build. Which leads us to...
2) Think about how the orks got ahold of it. Typically, they don't ask nicely, nor do they find the keys in the ignition. Something is gonna be broken and the mek will be creative about fixing it.
3) You don't have to use the entire trukk on one looted vehicle! My last trukk kit was split between a looted rhino and a looted dark panzee...raider? I think? The thing that looks like Jabba the Hut's skiff if it was made by Batman. Anyways, the point is it went into two projects and there's still plenty of bits left over.
4) Looting wagons is great fun! Go wild and when you're done all your trukks will be unique, which is proppa and orky!
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