LVT Landing Vehicle Tracked models

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  • #183779
    harryb
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    I tried out some LVTs for a 28mm Pacific game. We are looking forward to playing a big game again at some point.

    Check out the Glasgow Warhog blog for more pictures.  http://glasgowwarhog.blogspot.com

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    #183785
    Master Chief
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    Very nice indeed.

    #183791
    harryb
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    Cheers Master Chief

    #183816
    Kar98k
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    Those look great. Well done. Also, your bargain bits creations gave me a few ideas. Thanks for sharing.

    For those that do not have a 3d printer, and would like some LVTs, there is hope because Rubicon Models has a good line of these available for the miniature gamer.

    #183818
    harryb
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    Thanks KAR98K …Yes good point about 3d prints….R do have some nice pieces in development. I like the idea that 3d and plastic kit markets are pushing both to do better.
    and yeap waste not – lets use up those spares parts! Glad it helped to spark you onto something(get a picture up!)
    But have you noticed the price of green stuff lately – its shot through the ceiling…
    cheers Glasgow Warhog

    #187141
    harryb
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    LVT1 troop/Marines inserts (these were just spare parts)…. if you want – more pics are on Glasgow Warhog blog. But these are just half 3d print and half spares!

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