Meet Fidget. According to his nametag, he's "one of NASA’s best kept secrets, a key player in nearly all of the Apollo missions and the bot behind the lens of the moon landing pics."He's also the incredibly clever creation of Tom Simpson, a metal artist who came to this weekend's Goodwood Revivalwith a pick-and-pull army of toy robots, all fashioned from a heap of parts that he swore would come in handy some day. Fidget's body is a piston from a 1960 Fiat; his head's a vacuum body from an old Chrysler; his feet are flathead V-8 valves.
Fidget's not alone, either. There's Arnie, a planet-famous circus bot that creates hoax crop circles; Sylvester, a huge Hitchcock fan; and Earl, who fancies a hoedown. All hail from the planet Scrappion, "a planet created from cars and motorcycles parts discarded by Earth’s people."
You're too late for Fidget--he's headed home to HGM HQ for our desktop, where we'll see if there's a sweater from the Marchionne collection that'll fit his teensy body. But what about Lucas? He's a bit of trouble, but as long as you're home before dark, all's well, right?