At last a British WW1 tank

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Jeffrey Goff
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At last a British WW1 tank

Post by Jeffrey Goff » Sun Jul 21, 2013 8:40 pm

Great choice and timing to produce a model of the worlds first main battle tank, that not only boosted moral at the front and at home(for the allies)but changed the battlefield forever, plenty of scope to individualise the model, male, female, winch, supply, and tadpole, or if you wanted to add it to a German collection, there are many pictures showing captured tanks fielding German markings.
mine is on order who else is captivated with this iconic tank
regards Jeff

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Post by Adrian Harris » Thu Jul 25, 2013 6:00 pm

> who else is captivated with this iconic tank

Me too I'm afraid. It was always one of my favourite Airfix builds, even if I could never get the tracks to stay together. Lets hope Mark's are more robust :wink:

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Re: At last a British WW1 tank

Post by neil pudney » Wed Jan 29, 2014 7:21 am

I must admit at first not being too interested in the WW1 Mk1v but after seeing photos now with gill standing next to the prototype and all the other pictures showing just how much skill and effort has gone into producing what can only be described as a world class model yet again armortek have taken the hobby to the top level, again an English company is showing the rest of the world what can be done and how to do it !
Well done Gill and Mark, keep up the good work !
regards,Neil Pudney
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