Two Model A headlights join to create the impregnable space explorer body. Italian running light forms the head probe. Fabricated aluminum sensor legs.
Formatted and rigged for extensive continental shelf exploration, this Combine represents a transitional stage in the process of joining of biological and inorganic forms, now realized at a subatomic level (see Recombinator). Dues ex Machina does express a non-directed wild-type gene combined with a reporting element in the form of a Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP), probably the result of a chance contact between a scyphomedusa jellyfish and a 1925 Ford Model A.