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Corporal

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Hi Guys

I've released a couple of Thornycroft vehicles based on the Type J chassis:

TW54E05 - anti-aircraft variant (13 pounder)

TW54E06 - general service variant

Anti aircraft

 

General service

 

Both are 1/32 scale and cast in detailed resin. Both kits come with additional wire, plastic card (GS version) and decals. The instruction manual is 36 colour pages, a printed copy is included with every kit, but can also be downloaded for FREE as a pdf from www.tommyswar.com

I hope you like the kits, these were 6 months in development and designed directly from a restored vehicle, so I'm delighted with the final result.



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www.tommyswar.com

Tommy's War is a range of highly detailed 54mm model figures featuring the armies of Britain and her Empire 1914-1918



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Very nice, smile



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Hero

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The hallmarks of TommysWar products are fidelity of detail, and scale accuracy.   Though I dislike resin like a bad cold,  I've made an exception with Tommys War offerings; they are little short of superb.



-- Edited by 28juni14 on Saturday 22nd of March 2014 02:26:50 PM

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very nice, just wish someone would do some WW1 lorry kits in 1/35. The price reflects the quality of the model, but is too much for me. The market for 1/32 WW1 is different to that in 1/35. I am also modelling WW1 from a different perspective namely railway modelling, so I probably see things slightly different to military modellers. With care I can mix the 2 scales, but I would need a mortgage to buy every superb kit on the market. I Also could not do justice to the excellence of the kit design.

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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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Hallo rue_d_etropal!

If I were modeling in 1/35, I would certainly look into Resicast products.  Thus far they market:  Brit 6in Howitzer w/limber, Brit 18 Pdr(late 1918 with extended recouperator oil cap), Ford Model T Scout car, Ford Model T ambulance, and a rumored 60 Pdr coming soon.  So if you're one of many who have chosen the Oriental scale, Resicast is just what you want.  Good luck.

Incidentally, I also model WW1 railways.  Currently I'm building a 60cm Deutzlok which should be ready for paint in another month.



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