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Hello Karl.

September 5 2007 at 3:03 AM
Shane Black  (Login horra)
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Response to that is sad to know

Sorry,no progress shots as yet as I haven't even started it after I checked it all out and was left so disapointed.
I will build it as I said as I still want a Mk 1 even if I know it's not entirely accurate.
I must admit even after my disapointment with the kit, I didn't want to go out and trash Panzershop as I remember reading the MMIR review of the Gun Carrier and wow! what a kit that must be, totally original as nothing is out there to provide parts.
Same for the Medium B. These still look like amazing kits.
These were strong reasons why I bought it. I've still got a Female Mk 1 on back order which I'm having second thoughts about, and I was going to grab a Mk II to do at Arras but I'm afraid not now.
But I may as well modify the Emhar kit myself. Or even better, scratchbuild one.
I finally got the chance to measure the Mk IV Female at the AWM in June. And even though we couldn't get access to the hull roof, we still got a comprehensive list of measurements so now at least we can work on an accurate set of drawings.
One day maybe....

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