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Trumpeter - Loads of Modern Releases for 2011/12

December 6 2010 at 12:22 PM
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Jim Rae

Managing Editor, Newsdesk

Armorama / KitMaker Network

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Re: Trumpeter - Loads of Modern Releases for 2011/12

December 6 2010, 2:32 PM 

That would be the Bronco link. I think this is the one you meant:


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Re: Trumpeter - Loads of Modern Releases for 2011/12

December 6 2010, 4:05 PM 


Rather than using this site to flog yours, why don't you post the info here?


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Greg Sutton
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The full AVGP series

December 6 2010, 4:40 PM 

Cougar, Grizzly, Husky.
The husky is recovery vehicle by the way. Not an improved anything.
Everyone thought we were crazy in those wheeled things in the 1980s, now, not so much.

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Husky improved...

December 6 2010, 6:28 PM 

I hope they mean the later version of the Husky that has stowage boxes were the marine drive was and wider XML tires among other things.


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December 6 2010, 6:13 PM 

Now that is one I'll want!!

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Benjamin de Groot
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Me likey

December 6 2010, 7:37 PM 

There a load of BTR's on that list...gods I'm hoping for an updated BTR-70. Also did anyone notice the T-64's on that list

I've got to speed up my modeling...

History is Cynical

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listen closely, did you hear that?

December 6 2010, 8:58 PM 

That was the sound of Skif T64's being stomped into the trash bin..


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After the T-64s - some decent T-80s please

December 7 2010, 2:06 AM 

It's the natural move - thanks in advance Trumpeter.

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I'd like that also...but

December 7 2010, 5:40 PM 

The only thing that first T-80 shared with the T-64 was on of the later model turrets it had...otherwise it was completely different.

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music to my ears! (n/t)

December 7 2010, 3:25 AM 


History is Cynical

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chris just
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I wouldn't get too excited Mike...

December 7 2010, 1:50 PM 

as the pics posted over on Armorama of the master show a mucked up pedegree to say the least! The master was made of a Skif lower hull and Miniarm turret to name a couple of real problems. Granted, it might save you a few dollars in purchase but to do so by buying another knock off?! Whats the point in that if you already have those items? I see no improvement there as I am making the master for a T-64 lower hull and CAN say that NO ONE has done it correctly IN ANY WAY. I am also sure that Trumpeter will not either as the source material (Skif) sure didn't to begin with. Take a good look at the CDs I sent you in the T-64 file named "Range wreck" and you will start to see what I am talking about. If the lower hull was covered up by suspension I wouldn't be so put off but, with small roadwheels -it isn't.
Chris the cabbie

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December 7 2010, 5:44 PM 


Don't throw out the baby with the bath water....I wouldn't discount the T-64 till we see real test shots of it. They do a decent job of Russian armor, well better then anyone else on the market!

The T-62 is lacking small details like welds on it, but otherwise is a very good base to work without any super major problems with it, unlike the Tamiya kit.

The BMP-3 is nice, but they goofed on the drive sprockets...its short a drive tooth from what I understand, but looks worlds better then the Skif one.

I'd much rather have a good starting point then deal with the SKIF T-64 ever again, I nearly gave up building armor after building that kit!

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