"We're Deff Skwadron, remember, and since when 'ave a few missin' wings an' engines ever stopped us from doin' the business?"
- – Gimzod, Deff Skwadron
A hilariously new and ridiculous Ork Speed Freek vehicle of the 2018 Orktober event and possibly one of the most insane Ork designs ever (Which is one heck of a feat by itself). The Megatrakk Scrapjet is for all intents and purposes, a jet engine with wheels and tracks attached to it, or a land fighter jet if your are more of the analytical type.
This is what you get when a Dakkajet is shot down and the local Mekboy doesn't feel like making it into a new aircraft. Or when a Skwadron's aircraft are being disassembled for maintenance when the fighting starts and there's no time to get them properly air-worthy. Even while grounded, the rokkit kannon mounted on this former aircraft makes it much more dangerous than it looks.
While the wings have been broken off in whatever terrible accident grounded the Scrapjet, it’s still covered in fins and ailerons – after all, they look cool, and that’s what being a Flyboy is all about. The Scrapjet is propelled by a huge jet exhaust at the back, which pushes the vehicle along via the tracked wheels attached to the rear.
The ex-pilot himself is decked out in a flight jacket, goggles and a long scarf billowing out behind him, seated in a cockpit full of instruments (which he is, of course, ignoring).
As you can imagine, having a spinning jet turbine so damned close to the ground is bound to have disastrous effects, this range from sucking up loose rocks and other junk which would make the engine malfunction or blow up, or simply sucking any poor bastard into the engine itself, creating one spectacular mess in the process. Although we wouldn't be surprised if the latter is the actual intention of the entire design process, especially with that big drill on the nose. Nonetheless, this mobile meat blender escapes the ire of being accused of shitty design solely based on the fact that it's an Ork vehicle and therefore exempt from any kind of basic logic or concepts of safety.