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Wespe Kits

October 14 2009 at 11:34 PM

Shon Stephens  (Login shonrs)
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I've never seen one, and don't see them pop up built here. What's the story? Any good?


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Paul van Acker
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I'm building 2 bandai kits right now.

October 15 2009, 8:35 AM 

They're very nice, easy to build and easy to modify. One of mine will be the ammunition carrier version, a simple change to the kit.
Photos to come pretty soon.
Try one, nice kits those Bandais.happy.gif

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steve faxon
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are you referring to..........

October 15 2009, 9:29 AM 

the Wespe SP gun or the resin company?

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Shon Stephens
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To clarify the Resin Company

October 15 2009, 12:23 PM 

I didn't consider the Bandai kit, of which I have one myself happy.gif


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John Lachenmayr
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I have a couple of Wespe resin kits

October 18 2009, 10:33 PM 

I've started the Diamond T wrecker. You will need good references for this one as the instructions are poor and there are some inaccuracies in the kit that will need corrected. I also have the Morris wrecker, much better directions, 105 resin pieces that look well cast. I haven't even started on this one yet. From the two I have seen they are good just not great.

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