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Hasegawa Humber a/c question

August 5 2017 at 7:14 AM
Geoff Baines  (Login GeoFF03)
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Is anyone aware of an Mk IV conversion kit for this model? None of my web searches have turned up anything, but could there be a company out there, without a web presence? I’ve always felt that something was off with the turret, and as I’ve just acquired another example I’d rather like to do different version.

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David Clark
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Only in 1/76

August 5 2017, 6:16 PM 

As far as I know, the Matador conversion for the Matchbox kit is the only one. However, the turret is a fairly simple shape that is relatively easy to replicate with plastic card. I have done it so it's not hard!



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Geoff Baines
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Re: Only in 1/76

August 6 2017, 5:00 AM 

Thanks for that info. Looks as though I'll be needing some turret diagrams or try to scale down the dimensions from the Tamiya kit.

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