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M1918 Howitzer 155mm, Did anyone ever do a kit in 1/35?

January 26 2005 at 6:45 PM
Frank LeMay  (no login)
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That is pretty much my question.

The small town I live in has a small memorial park with one of these in it. I've always thought it would be neat to do a small diorama of the park.

Thanks,

Frank

(I believe this is the one based on the Schneider gun, not the one that evolved into the M1917 of M12 GMC fame. I had posted this on the Allied group but got to thinking it might actually have a better chance here since it was based on a WWI design)

 
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