I recently tried to print and assemble a vintage 1980s GI Joe toy that was on a cereal box (which had been saved to a website years ago). I printed it at the scale the picture came in and tried to assemble it, but it had been designed very poorly and wouldn't go together correctly. I decided to correct the picture so there would be no gaps and no panels that went together crooked, clean up the lines, and make the Cobra logo fit completely onto the computer monitor while I was at it. Here are the original and corrected versions, as well as a picture of the completed model. Printing the thing on cardstock at 1:1 scale makes a 3.75" arcade-style cabinet, which is the same height as the GI Joe figures of its day. However, I was told by someone who owned an original that it was supposed to be a portable computer. Printing it at 40% should produce a better model. Moderators/Admins: This is my first post that's neither in the "Introduction" section nor a reply to another post, so if I need to change anything, please let me know. Enjoy! * Edit: If you're going to make one of these, please download the third version: "Cobra Console - Ultimate.bmp". I've also uploaded the whole project to the "Resources" section at Zathros' suggestion.