We're all interested to know "what's next" so this is where Tracy, Nicholas & the team will be able to share with us what's on the bench & the progress it's making into full production. But please be patient as things don't always go smoothly!
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how about some trucks from both sides
alied and axis
eny wargamer needs them for fst troop movement and towing guns
bringing suplys and so on
oe ambulances or replenisch fuel veicles for airfields on te war game table
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a great idea a quick build gmc would be good, the pegasus one is ok, but hard to get and has the troop seats moulded in and the front wheels stick out too far.
some lwb cmp's 30 cwt & 3 tonners, ford v3000 also
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Everyone does German and US, how about some Zils or Gaz trucks for the Soviets
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- Location: Wiltshire
A great idea Bart. Would love to see the Opel Blitz produced by Armourfast.
Have identified it under my own post.
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British trucks please , the IBG trucks are very good but very expensive , plus a matador, basic kits can then be the basis of an expanded range.
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What about some Italian trucks... they were used by everyone in the Western Desert campaigns, lots of modelling possibilities...
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- Location: Preston, Lancs
The Matador would be very welcome I am sure, an important vehicle that is under represented in 1/72, lots of conversion possibilities as well!