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Review of HobbyBoss's new HETS on Armorama

October 5 2011 at 8:01 AM
Hervé Charbonneau  (Login chicoutimi)
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All controversies aside, I thought some of you might be interested:


Not for beginners, that's for sure!


Hervé "Charby" Charbonneau
Chicoutimi QC

You should never underestimate the predictability of stupidity. (Bullet Tooth Tony)

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Roger Cockburn
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October 5 2011, 9:02 AM 

Thanks Charby.
It might be a bit big for me. I will wait and see if the tractor is released separately.

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Owen R Auer
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October 5 2011, 1:36 PM 

After building the Hobbyboss Dora this kit should be easy. Dora had like 1700 pieces.
Still have to finish painting it.


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Roy A. Schlicht
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Hefty Price tag...

October 5 2011, 3:25 PM 

Retails for nearly $200.00 in the States. Big kit though. Looks awesome.


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Scott Dimmick
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Cheaper then....

October 5 2011, 3:55 PM 

the £250.00 ($386.53 plus shipping) for the Accurate Armour one!

Squadron has it for pre-order for $163 and free shipping...

Peter Griffin: Any problem caused by a tank can be solved by a tank.

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kylie newton
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Good value, really: compare

October 6 2011, 3:39 AM 

Italeri S100: Over 450 plastic parts, 22 clear parts, two different diameters or [sic] rope and a big tree of over 90 photo-etched parts. It even comes with extra building materials and a screwdriver! $181.55US (Greatmodels.com)
For $147.55 (Greatmodels.com again) gets you
1447 plastic parts on 35 sprues
51 rubber tires
6 rubber suspension dampers
157 PE parts on 11 frets
31 metal upgrade parts
2 springs with different diameters
2 strings with different diameters
4 different types of PVC tubing
Metal axes
Tacks (pins)
50 page instruction set

will I get one? Maybe, it would go with my WWII German and American, modern German and Russian truck and trailer units that I have.

happy days,


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