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Here's a photo of my M36E9 hull....

July 29 2012 at 1:09 PM
Brian Colburn  (Login BrianInOregon)
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Response to Sherman's with hvss suspension and "double duck" bills?

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Here's a pic of the E9 spacer set on a Korean War M36E9 as used by ROK forces. This will eventually be a camo M36E9 firing on Whitehorse Mountain near Chorwon, as seen on page 73 in "Armor in Korea" by Jim Mesko (Squadron).

Rob Ervin of Formations supplied one of the few E9 sets they made.

The double duckbill tracks are from Panda Plastic. Just a regular VVSS track set plus two duckbill sets.

You can also see where I filled in the sponsons and eliminated the two lower engine access plates. ROK forces were furnished with the M36, with Ford V-8s, not the M36B1 with twin GM. Academy did not correct the lower M10 hull when they issued their M36 kit. I have not yet added the single engine access plate yet.

I'm glad to see someone is making E9 sets again.

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