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BTR-152 with TCM-20

August 22 2017 at 9:35 PM
Peter Smith  (Login DasAbteilung)
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Response to Dragon IDF TCM-20 Half-track - wrong war?

I'm sure I read somewhere that this is a museum lash-up and not something that actually saw service. In any case, putting a Dragon-standard turret into the tired old Skif BTR-152 would be very much new wine into old bottles. By the time you've got some resin wheels, the Hobby Planet update set and an etch set it gets expensive: I'm up to £52 of parts already, and I only paid £10 for the kit and got the SKP wheels rather than the vastly expensive Hussar ones! But I suppose if Trumpeter ever turn their attention to the 152 - has to happen soon, surely - it'll cost £50+: and still need resin wheels.

 
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  1. BTR-152 is a bogus piece, but... - Gary Owsley on Aug 23, 2017, 12:55 AM
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