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How about 1963?

July 21 2012 at 9:13 PM
Paul Giles  (Login Spacewolfdad)
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Response to Predictions

Hi Marton,

I go back to 1963 and can safely say braille scale modellers have it really made nowadays, what with good kits and after-market we are positively spoilt for choice. We are after all modellers, or so we purport, to have kits that need no 'tweaking' would make us kit-makers and that wouldn't be as much fun.

I complain as much as the next person, but only about the lack of certain types (British Cruiser tanks) in the manufacturers inventory. I don't normally complain about the quality of the kits as I remember being stuck with the Airfix Panther, Sherman, Stug III and SdKfz 234 armoured car as the modelling choice back then. I think we should be grateful for what we get and if it isn't to our liking, no one is making you buy it.

Predictions?

I reckon a few more Pz IIIs and maybe they may surprise us all and do some of the American tank destroyers, as they have the chassis to hand. All they would need is a superstructure and a turret.

All the best,

Paul

 
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