Announced for late November, complete with "movable" track links to keep the discerning happy, and an Iron Mask Man (sic - not the Dumas character but a crewman with the chain mail visor ...). I hope that Terry Ashley of that site will preview and review it in due course, in his inimitable manner.
This is the kind of subject that would tempt me into doing 1/35, looks like WW1 model fans are going to be in for a a treat over the next few years if this continues, thanks for posting
I'm Still looking for a patent for a Time Machine, perhaps someone would be so kind as to come back from the future and post it here........
noticed it is just been released, so ordered a model. Not sure how I can justify it alongside my other tanks yet, but think how to put together the various modules.
Mainly interested in narrow gauge railways, currently working a number of WW1 projects in 1/35 scale , website http://www.rue-d-etropal.com/
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