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December 7 2004 at 10:36 AM
Phil Ludlow  (no login)
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Response to WW1 British figures in 1/35 scale?

Thank you guys for the information, but as I suspected there is not much around. It's really annoying when you can't get suitable crew figures for a vehicle kit!

Scale Link have a large range of 1/32 scale British WW1 figures, including seated driver and passenger figures, but I suspect they would be too big for use with a 1/35 scale Model T. Has anyone tried using them with 1/35 scale vehicles?


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  1. 1/35 V 1/32 - Tom Sime on Dec 9, 2004, 9:40 PM

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