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Tauro's A7V

October 13 2004 at 6:51 AM
David Maynard  (no login)
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Response to Re: To anwer my own question

As the proud owner of a number of (unfinished) Tauro A7Vs, I can say that none of the ones I own have either PE or Resin, and at the price charged for the one in the link, I doubt that one has either.

I quite liked assembling the tracks on mine, once I'd worked out how to avoid sticking the pins in my fingers. As far as my experience goes, the worst part of the model are the bogies, which are hard to build and not very accurate.

Considering its age, the model isn't that bad. Just don't expect current levels of fir or detail.

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  1. Website - Paul Bonnett on Oct 13, 2004, 2:28 PM
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