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Old 11-29-2009, 07:28 PM
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New models at Modelik

Modelik has posted three new models this weekend. Two armor and a ship. Here's the link

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Russian T-28
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German Panzer IV/70 (A)
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1950's Russian cruiser Czkalow
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Not much info on them yet, but a couple more that will find a place in my stack!
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Old 11-29-2009, 08:44 PM
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The T-28 is a fairly expensive model - 25 Euro is about $US38 ($A41).

The Jagdanzer IV/70 (A) is a subject that hasn't been done before although the related IV/70 (V) has. The (A) version was built by Alkett at the end of WW2 by dropping the Jagdpanzer superstructure into a standard Panzer IV chassis - however the fuel tanks on the Panzer IV tank were on the chassis floor so the Alkett Jagdpanzer is something like 25 cm higher than the (V) or Vomag version. Only about 250 or so (A) versions were built.

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Old 11-29-2009, 09:01 PM
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The T-28 is a fairly expensive model - 25 Euro is about $US38 ($A41).

The Jagdanzer IV/70 (A) is a subject that hasn't been done before although the related IV/70 (V) has. The (A) version was built by Alkett at the end of WW2 by dropping the Jagdpanzer superstructure into a standard Panzer IV chassis - however the fuel tanks on the Panzer IV tank were on the chassis floor so the Alkett Jagdpanzer is something like 25 cm higher than the (V) or Vomag version. Only about 250 or so (A) versions were built.

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The laser cut frames and wheels kit for the T-28 does not look like it includes the drive sprockets??
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Looks to be the case.
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Old 11-30-2009, 04:26 PM
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The T-28 is a fairly expensive model - 25 Euro is about $US38 ($A41).
Funny thing is, I bought Modelik's IT-28 (which is also listed at 25 Euro on Modelik's site) from GPM for around $27 (19+ Euro)
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Old 11-30-2009, 04:30 PM
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Detailed info here (google translated threads from Konradus forum):

Russian T-28

German Panzer IV/70 (A)

1950's Russian cruiser Czkalow

T-28 is expensive, but it has:
completely equipped engine compartment;
full inside detalization of all the towers;
gun moving in a vertical plane;
all the towers rotating;
opening tower hatches;
opening engineer-driver hatch;
opening engineer-driver viewfinder;
opening access hatches to the engine and fan;
opening lockers on the body;
movable fan;
rotating all wheels;
movable wheel carriages;
track either as a ribbon or with individual links;
attractive, not very common, three-color spotty camouflage.

It's fourth T-28 model that hits Polish shelves, but it's the most detailed of all of them.

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