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1/35th Tsar Tank

December 21 2011 at 8:52 AM
  (Login Saransk)
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Figure the Photo-Etch for the wheels alone would be staggering - or else some diabolical designer would have you build them - like a massive Pocher kit wheel, spoke by spoke.
I figure it would be in the $300 - $500 range from a small firm (how many Dora's were sold)
The main tank is simple enough but those wheels - about 1 foot in diameter and a couple hundred spokes. You might find a set of wheels the correct size elsewhere, but the spokes....

I suspect the chances are between slim and none from a major in plastic.

 
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  1. too small .... - Ray Mdway on Dec 22, 5:04 PM
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