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Post Info TOPIC: Hobbyboss And Takom St. Chamond Kits


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I wanted to do a later one.  Either kit better than the other?



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I found the Hobby Boss St. Chamond do be a better model. The accuracy I felt was better as well as the construction was much more intelligent.  



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brentprice wrote:

I found the Hobby Boss St. Chamond do be a better model. The accuracy I felt was better as well as the construction was much more intelligent.  


If that version has snap together tracks, I'll be in clover! 

Clover: http://www.modelkitmania.com/blog/99695-h



-- Edited by Long Tom on Wednesday 15th of March 2017 06:32:49 PM

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Hello
Talking about the 2 kits , both manufacturers are making the same mistake on the track links for the M1 ( Flat roof)
Tracks links cannot be large until the model M2 ( Inclined roof ) , with the exception of the " assymetrical links"
Best Regards
Olivier


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Regarding the tracks, both provide only large tracks, and you should convert them to obtain narrow ones.

I prefer the HB model, easier to built with a very nice gun inside, but to be honnest, if you need large tracks, the Takom tracks, even more difficult to assemble, have much better look than the Takom's one.

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