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Re: What's the story behind the Ford Ftc

June 13 2005 at 1:05 AM
Grzegorz Hansen  (Login greha)
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Response to What's the story behind the Ford Ftc

First, try "Tfc", not "Ftc".
Some short info is available at: http://derela.republika.pl/ftb.htm
These were several Ford T cars, armoured esp. for Polish-Bolshevik war of 1920-22. Nobody else used it. Since this kit has been produced in 1/35 as well as 1/72, there are several articles in Polish modelling press as well as on the Internet. Landships have one.

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  1. Thanks that was what I was looking for, my mistake !! was Tf-c I meant :-) - Vanderschaeghe Dominique on Jun 13, 2005, 1:23 AM

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