Big, boxy crew-cab ratrod truck (may have started out as a Land Cruiser, an International, or a Jeep Gladiator; it's hard to tell) which looks like a hunk of junk but is actually a high-performance offroading vehicle. Owned (and mostly built) by Brandee Kwan.
Large, scraped and dented, matte black spattered with primer. All-in-all looks like it's been attacked by an excavator gone berserk and hastily welded back together. This is not the case.
Spray paint, primer, elbow grease, solder, an industrial-strength roll cage, more elbow grease, saddle-blanket upholstery fabric, big ol' mud tires, a state-of-the-art turbo-diesel engine, even more elbow grease, one hell of a suspension system, and the occasional bottle of sugar-free strawberry syrup.
Approximately five tons.
Brandee Kwan cobbled it together out of spare parts from several different trucks. It may look like a hunk of junk, but it's actually a high-performance off-roading vehicle (and surprisingly efficient, in the bargain).
There are various compartments for hiding things. Fatal Error would fit in some of them.