it may not have the ‘firepower’ of the Kuratas, but the Aliens Caterpillar P-5000 Power Loader Walker Replica you see here is the closest you can get to an exoskeleton suit that you can actually buy without wiping out your bank account clean. though, like the Kuratas’ weak and near-harmless firepower, it does not actually helps you to power load anything, much less fight off a disgusting, acid spitting queen alien. handmade by one Dustin Kiska (Props2Powerloaders), this life-size replica of the hydraulic power lifting machine featured in the 1986 sci-fi horror flick, Aliens is crafted from a combination of materials, including wood, styrofoam, cardboard et cetera, in Kiska’s in Albuquerque, New Mexico and despite its non-existence power loading functionality, still sport articulated joints and expanding and contracting hydraulics. the ‘machine’ stands 10 feet (3 meters) tall and weighs in at a good 200 pounds (90 kg). so if you are looking to complete your Aliens movie collection or prop setup, the Aliens Caterpillar P-5000 Power Loader Walker Replica would most definitely be the perfect fit, and probably the only missing piece from your collection. though it might not cost you an arm or a leg, it will still set you back at $1,600 and only feasible if you are residing in the USA.