WWII equipment Kit bash GB

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Polux

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#43
Let's see....
Is this list correct Ian (papa)?
You got...
Patrick
David
Ian (papa)
Jim
Monica
Robert
Alex
Polux
 

papa 695

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Let's see....
Is this list correct Ian (papa)?
You got...
Patrick
David
Ian (papa)
Jim
Monica
Robert
Alex
Polux
Yes that's who I've got listed Polux. I also think Paul (peej) also said yes but I'm waiting on confirmation.
 
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Just to let you all know that I'm going to do a Mad Max Sturmtiger... I think its slab-sided appearance would work well in this format.... I hope! ;)
 

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Nice, Patrick!

Mmmm.....errrhhh....I don't know, exactly, what can I do yet...:confused:
 

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I know mine is going to include two mounted Panzerschrecks, ideally inside a civilian van or truck, although it's proving very difficult to find a 1:35 civilian WW2 era van or truck kit as most of those are in 1:24 which is too big.
 
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I know mine is going to include two mounted Panzerschrecks, ideally inside a civilian van or truck, although it's proving very difficult to find a 1:35 civilian WW2 era van or truck kit as most of those are in 1:24 which is too big.
Why not use an Opel Blitz? Like most military trucks in WWII, it started life as a civilian vehicle - built from 1930 onwards I believe. There's a number of 1/35 kits of it out there, from Italeri & Tamiya to name but two.
 

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Why not use an Opel Blitz? Like most military trucks in WWII, it started life as a civilian vehicle - built from 1930 onwards I believe. There's a number of 1/35 kits of it out there, from Italeri & Tamiya to name but two.
Any truck like that would do and if you wanted a hard cover for it you could use the hull of a boat ( or anything like that ) turned upside down scratch built to open to reveal the Panzerschrecks. Or just scratch build the sides youself there would be plenty of scrap metal around.
 

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So I am guessing that this is a goer then lol.
Ill make a forum for it and you can sort out what you will be doing there.
@papa 695 Once it is open make an introduction, list those taking part and any other relevant info you can think of.
This should be a fun one.
 
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