Discussion in 'Modelling' started by GI546, Aug 11, 2009.
Here is some of my FOV's. They R 1:72 scale
nice FOVs currahee. Love the mods you did to them.
Wow, these are just awesome - I would have KILLED to have something like this when I was a kid.
Keep the pictures coming!
wow.pushed back to the second page.
anyway i'm finally back and here to review the FOV normandy kubel.
Figures: by FOV standards, the figures are pretty good. nice detail good poses.there not perfect though, but pretty close to it.
Acsessories:comes with dragons teeth, those wooden pyramid things,plenty of stowage,trading card, and sign post.
vehicle itself: for its size its a good weight. you can put the canopy on or off and sit the figures inside. however after trying to get it out of tne bendys a headlight broke off. crazy glue fixed it right up though. i almost forgot, the doors open, the engine compartment opens, and the winddhield goes down.
i give this model 3 1/2 out of 5.
Speaking of an M-3 A-1 Halftrack. I saw one just yesterday in Austin-sitting alonside an SDKFZ-251.
hey guys. today i'll be reviewing the enthusiast version of the 1:72 scale pak-40 w/ figures and german halftrack.
Figures: good details for 1:72. of course, they are just repackaged figures from other sets.
Accsessories: telephone poll and cart.
halftrack: machine gunner, normandy camo, and FRAGILE!!! be careful taking it out of the bendys!!!!
pak-40: i expected it to be metal, but turns out, its plastic. it would probably only measure about 1 ounce on a scale. attaches to halftrack.
ovverral good piece. be careful what you pay, though, nothing over $30. (i shelled out $38 for mine.)
Any reviews for the 85010 ?
I found one in a store at a reasonable price (around $16.00) but when i went there next day it was gone
I think I should have bought it. It looks pretty good.