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Jul 5 12 7:03 PM

Have you been looking over my 'Not-so-evil Chinese Warlord Guide to Pulp 1920's-1930's goodness incorporating the Spanish Civil War and VBCW vehicles for the use of' book?

-potter

LOL!!! Are you kidding? Dude, I already wrote my own book back in the early 1990s when I discovered the CCW and just what a hodge-podge of AFVs the KMT and assorted warlord riff-raff were employing...

On my own (evil) recognizance, I painted up a 1/72 scale Char St. Chamond as a speculative warlord army AFV, just so as not to be outdone by one painted by a superbly talented British artist who did up a 28mm Schneider CA1 as such... I mean, the St. Chamond has a bigger gun and twice as many machine guns, so what could possibly stop us when we attack the enemy trenches?!!





Hmm now is it great minds think alike, or fools seldom differ....[image]


-potter

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Dec 12 13 11:00 PM

Since this thread began a number of new hard plastic injection moulded 1/35 scale kits have come onto the horizon including the FT-17, the massive Char 2C breakthrough tank, and of all things the Char St. Chamond:


http://www.hlj.com/product/MENTS-008/Mil



http://www.hlj.com/product/MENTS-009/Mil



http://www.hlj.com/product/tko2002



And of course, if 1/35 scale is just too small for you:


http://www.hlj.com/product/TKO16001/Mil


I'm personally going to persist in trying to see WF make a fast build 1/56 scale kit, as 2014 is the centennial of the outbreak of The Great War, so a broader market appeal IMHO will be a very real thing starting next year for anything WW1...image

 

Leland R. Erickson, Evil-Genius-at-Large "Clouseau! Give me ten men like him, and I can destroy the whole world!" -Inspector Charles Dreyfus

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Dec 13 13 1:38 AM

You could always start your own kickstarter and commission WGF to make it...

Fully agree about a 28mm scale FT-17. Some were even used in WW2 - apart from France; Poland, Finland and Yugoslavia fielded them. For an infantry-oriented skirmish game like Bolt Action, they would fit quite well. 

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