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At least the apparent lack of zimmerit will make the conversion.....

November 3 2016 at 11:30 PM
Bruce Culver  (Login baker24)
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Response to Yup, Ferdinand at last... : )

to the Ferdinand somewhat easier, thought there are snares galore in the details - a lot was changed during the reworking of the Ferdinands into the Elefants. I suspect the early tracks could be ignored in 1/48, but we'll have to see what the kit looks like. I would build this as the Elefant, since Italy is one of my theater interests. I would bet that someone in the aftermarket sphere will bring out a conversion set for the Ferdinand for the Kursk fans.

 
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  1. Note that the way the parts are broken down, with separate.... - Bruce Culver on Nov 3, 2016, 11:33 PM
    1. Re: Note that the way the parts are broken down, with separate.... - Andrew Deeley on Nov 4, 2016, 1:34 AM
    2. I believe you are correct - Rob Gronovius on Nov 5, 2016, 10:38 AM
     


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