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8 years 9 months ago #1 by Iddy900
Wagons in 1/64th scale. was created by Iddy900
Yes I know these aint as exciting as planes, tanks, or sci fi but I'd thought I'd post up some pics of my 3/16 builds.

First up, NZR M1 plank wagon . . . .


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1/48 Hasegawa Hurricane Mk.IIc
1/35 Afv Club Scorpion - Kiwi conversion.
1/35 Revell TPZ1 NBC Fuch
1/48 Tamiya Stug Ausf G

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Another 1/48 Hurricane
1/35 AFV Club Walker Bulldog - Kiwi conversion.
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8 years 9 months ago #2 by CyNaKyL
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Looks good... Scratchbuilt?

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8 years 9 months ago #3 by Iddy900
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Nope, a kitset. You could best describe it as being multimedia because it contains white metal, brass, resin, and styrene.

On the bench.

1/48 Hasegawa Hurricane Mk.IIc
1/35 Afv Club Scorpion - Kiwi conversion.
1/35 Revell TPZ1 NBC Fuch
1/48 Tamiya Stug Ausf G

Coming Soon.
Another 1/48 Hurricane
1/35 AFV Club Walker Bulldog - Kiwi conversion.

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8 years 9 months ago #4 by Bishop
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Takes the same skills mate, post away. Looks very good.

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8 years 9 months ago #5 by charlieboy
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:ohmy: very nice build can you show us some pictures of the underneath of the wagon !!
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8 years 9 months ago #6 by CyNaKyL
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Iddy900 wrote: Nope, a kitset. You could best describe it as being multimedia because it contains white metal, brass, resin, and styrene.


You coulda fooled me. Looks like a very tidy little kit.

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8 years 9 months ago #7 by Iddy900
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Here you are . . .


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1/48 Hasegawa Hurricane Mk.IIc
1/35 Afv Club Scorpion - Kiwi conversion.
1/35 Revell TPZ1 NBC Fuch
1/48 Tamiya Stug Ausf G

Coming Soon.
Another 1/48 Hurricane
1/35 AFV Club Walker Bulldog - Kiwi conversion.
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8 years 9 months ago #8 by CyNaKyL
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Thats some pretty impressive detail straight from a kit. I still think you could have told us you scratchbuilt it and we would have all believed you...

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8 years 9 months ago #9 by Glenn
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Does the hand brake work?

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8 years 9 months ago #10 by Iddy900
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Nope, it dosn't. I did once build an etched brass pommy wagon in OO scale that had the option of making the handbrake work - I didn't!

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1/48 Hasegawa Hurricane Mk.IIc
1/35 Afv Club Scorpion - Kiwi conversion.
1/35 Revell TPZ1 NBC Fuch
1/48 Tamiya Stug Ausf G

Coming Soon.
Another 1/48 Hurricane
1/35 AFV Club Walker Bulldog - Kiwi conversion.

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8 years 9 months ago #11 by Gary
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What's a pommy wagon then?



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8 years 9 months ago #12 by Iddy900
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English lol

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1/48 Hasegawa Hurricane Mk.IIc
1/35 Afv Club Scorpion - Kiwi conversion.
1/35 Revell TPZ1 NBC Fuch
1/48 Tamiya Stug Ausf G

Coming Soon.
Another 1/48 Hurricane
1/35 AFV Club Walker Bulldog - Kiwi conversion.

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8 years 9 months ago #13 by Iddy900
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Beginnings of a Z1 covered bogie wagon. Its snowing outside so time to get stuck in for a evening of modelling :cheer:


On the bench.

1/48 Hasegawa Hurricane Mk.IIc
1/35 Afv Club Scorpion - Kiwi conversion.
1/35 Revell TPZ1 NBC Fuch
1/48 Tamiya Stug Ausf G

Coming Soon.
Another 1/48 Hurricane
1/35 AFV Club Walker Bulldog - Kiwi conversion.
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