great work, i know some people don't like them but i think they are well worth the effort. easily upgraded and once on the table who would know they were armourfast.
pity they have not been very productive recently.
sadly the scond link is a PSC model
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- Wed Jan 08, 2020 11:33 am
- Forum: Off topic
- Topic: Christmas Present from Armourfast
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i think a range of softskins would be brill, plenty of conversion potential for those who like that sort of thing but would they sell well enough?
the m4 track could be used for an M3 lee variant but a quick build lee/grant would be great with older type bogies. some quick build softskins, a GMC 6x6, there is the pegasus ones but they are hard to find even on ebay. a short and long wheelbase version would be good, no one does the shorter gmc 6...
Agree about Comet. Would be nice too to see some more armoured cars and trucks from both sides. At the risk of highlighting what the opposition do PSC already do both 251D and 250 kits and I have both ( I actually did a review of the 251 kit on the old forum). PSC are also possibly going to issue a...
- Thu Apr 05, 2018 6:14 pm
- Forum: Conversions
- Topic: M4A3R3 Flame thrower "zippo"
- Replies: 2
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there is an m4 crocodle conversions available, but that is NWE. http://sandsmodels.com/product/armourfast-m4-crocodile-flame-thrower-conversion-offer/ the m4 & flamer in the pic on the link shows an m4 hybrid the one with the late cast hull front mated to a welded m4 hull. we also make this conversi...
I remember speaking to someone once who said that he didn't like the Armourfast kits cos they were too basic to be modified & look good! :lol: it's a snobery thing i reckon, there are 1 or 2 models which are not as good, manily the earlier models but like any model they can be improved to look as g...