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Hello to all!

Famous model maker from Miass, Alexander Rogozin, began serial production of models under the his own 'Early Armour Models' brand.

His first kits - two correction sets for Takom Mk.I and full kit of 'Vezdehod' (all terrain vehicle) of Alexandr Porohovschikov. Scale 1/35, material - resin.

Quiality is excellent!

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Was the 'Vezdehod' used in WW-1 ? I don't remember ever reading anything about it ?

If I may make a suggestion, a 1/35 scale conversion for the Mk V (Emhar, Takom, Meng)

to the Mk V* (star) tank would be good.  or even a Mk V** (2 star)

Panzershop used to make the conversion for the Emhar Mk V to a Mk V* (star), but they

no longer make it.



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Ned, none of Russian tank prototypes was used in battle. During WW1 tanks were used only on the Western Front and in Palestine.

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Hi Denis
Is there a web site yet ?
Paul

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Hello friends!
Unfortunately, I can not write often, I apologize. I'll try to answer your questions right now.


 Was the 'Vezdehod' used in WW-1 ? I don't remember ever reading anything about it ?

If I may make a suggestion, a 1/35 scale conversion for the Mk V (Emhar, Takom, Meng)

to the Mk V* (star) tank would be good. or even a Mk V** (2 star)

Panzershop used to make the conversion for the Emhar Mk V to a Mk V* (star), but they

no longer make it.

 

Vezdehod was built in a single copy in 1915. The project provided for weapons - a machine gun in a rotating turret. However, in this form it was not implemented.

As a result of the tests, the design was found to be unpromising. Therefore, of course, he did not participate in the First World War.

The project had some innovative design features. Such as divided armor, single piece rubber track, the ability to move on wheels on the roads and swim.

I will ask the author about the possibility of designing conversion sets. But as far as I know, this one is not in his interests.

Now Alexander is working for Praga R4 armored car.

Hi Denis
Is there a web site yet ?
Paul 

Alexander does not have a website currently , but only a page in the social network "vkontakte" https://vk.com/ea_models

He is going to create a website, but it takes time, which is busy creating models)))

If someone wants to receive his email address, write me in private messages.



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Vezdehod:

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Project with armament

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Praga R4

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