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Emhar Scans

November 24 2004 at 9:05 PM
Tom Sime  (no login)
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Robert Langham emailed me the scans below I’m posting these on his behave

The “box art (?)” for both the Schneider and the Mk.V are period photo’s so no clues to the quality of what will be inside.

However the text under the Mk.V reads-
“This version was introduced late in the war. Many where sold to the Russians and where used there manly in “hermaphrodite” versions…….The kit has a complete new roof mold and a complete new frame for different rear horns, cupola, fuel tanks exhaust etc and will permit ether a male, female or hermaphrodite version to be built.”

I don’t have the earlier Emhar heavies so I cant compare what I’m reading with a kit but this reads to me “ALL NEW KIT”. I could however be reading this wrong?

Thank you Robert hope your feeling better.

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  1. I guess... - Peter Kempf on Nov 25, 2004, 12:55 AM
    1. Emhar Mark V - David Maynard on Nov 25, 2004, 1:06 AM

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