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Panzer Division for sale........Want one?

Discussion in 'Modelling' started by C.Evans, Feb 8, 2003.

  1. C.Evans

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    I played a tabletop wargame recently with a friend of mine. It got my taste for wargames going again! I went out an bought the old classic Panzer Leader.

    As well, I might be getting a replica village 2 feet by 5 feet. I'm not sure of the scale, but these mini might fit it perfectly...thanks Carl.
     
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    Quite welcome my friend--and I would like to get some of these as well. Imagine "Kursk" in your livingroom. :D
     
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    Carl, I imagine Kursk in my living room every day, and without the minis! :D
     
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    Heh heh heh--right now for the space I have I can only imagine maybe a Platoon sized action in one of the smaller villages outside of "Kursk" :D
     
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    Right now I've got an old poker table in my basement that I'm thinking of making into a scale model of a section of occupied Stalingrad...or something to that effect.

    I have a few models done, mainly Italian stuff *lol*, but my teacher and I are working on a scaled model of a complete battle-feild, just havn't started it yet :rolleyes: We're thinking of doing a replica of Berlin maybe...

    Any suggestions or thoughts would be a huge help!

    Il Duce
     
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    Thats a great Stalingrad Idea, ive never done models, I wanted to do a kind of Nazi train station, but seriously, thats a great Stalingrad idea.
     
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    Stalingrad and Berlin are TWO great ideas. A city block could be represented. Ive seen a few vignetts of Stalingrad and Berlin. I think these were possibly 54mm or bigger in scale and most excellently done. These were pictured on a Verlinden site.
     
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    well i have normandy and russia in my wargames room... Plenty of buildings and lots of soldiers!!! will try to borrow a camera and take some pics!!!
     
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    Thanks Red Baron.

    Carl, do you think I could have the address for that site? I'd like to take a look.

    I'll try and post pictures of the projects while they're being worked on and when they're actually done.

    Il Duce
     

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