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PostPosted: February 4th, 2018, 4:49 pm 
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I have been having fun over on the Blitz GB and did a scratch build conversion of a Churchill tank to a 3in Gun Carriage.

http://www.uamf.org.uk/viewtopic.php?f=381&t=16737

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Very nicely blitzed, Alan. A super build.

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Unique model, I think! Well done!

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Very cool. What a beast! In that configuration you can really see the WW1 influenced trench monster.

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gnomemeansgnome wrote:
Very cool. What a beast! In that configuration you can really see the WW1 influenced trench monster.

It’s a shame it was not the success they thought it would have been, as it was out of date before it was finished.

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Good news I have been successful in bidding on 100 6mm scale AFV’s on eBay, these should look good on the top deck of the LST.

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Can't wait to see them :razz:

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splash wrote:
Good news I have been successful in bidding on 100 6mm scale AFV’s on eBay, these should look good on the top deck of the LST.


Wow ....


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That’s my upper deck load sorted :-D

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Going to look great.

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Brilliant! White metal?

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Brilliant! White metal?

Yes I’m pleasantly surprised as to the amount of detail on these 6mm vehicles

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That Churchill conversion is a beauty of a beast! :-D

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Oh wow, those are great little vehicles and in white metal too - reminds me of my old wargames pieces from the 70's.

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Oh wow, those are great little vehicles and in white metal too - reminds me of my old wargames pieces from the 70's.


Although I never did any war-gaming, I did buy loads of these many years ago and paint them up. I sold them at a good mark-up to the war-gamers who couldn't be bothered :-D

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