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M56 Scorpion SPAT (US) 1/56
6 (1.8%)
M41 Walker Bulldog (US) 1/56  - In Production (Company B)
13 (3.9%)
Panhard EBR FL-10 Armoured Car 1/56
14 (4.2%)
Panhard EBR VTT Personnel Carrier 1/56
13 (3.9%)
Unimog 404 1/56
13 (3.9%)
Unimog 411 1/56 - In Production (Company B)
13 (3.9%)
M38A1 Jeep (US) 1/56
8 (2.4%)
EE-11 Urutu 1/56
10 (3%)
EE-9 Cascavel 1/56
10 (3%)
M59 APC (US) 1/56
10 (3%)
Type 62 Tank (China) 1/56
9 (2.7%)
T62 Tank (Soviet) 1/56
14 (4.2%)
GAZ-69 Jeep (Soviet) 1/56
13 (3.9%)
M-103 Tank (US) 1/56
10 (3%)
T-10 Tank (Soviet) 1/56
6 (1.8%)
Series III Landrover 1/56 - In Production [email protected]
10 (3%)
M114 C&RC (US) 1/56
6 (1.8%)
BTR-60P 1/56
17 (5.1%)
Stridsvagn 103 (S-Tank) 1/56
11 (3.3%)
AMX-30 Tank (France) 1/56
18 (5.4%)
M47 Patton 1/56
13 (3.9%)
GAZ-51 Truck (Soviet)
11 (3.3%)
ZiS/ZiL-151 Truck (Soviet)
12 (3.6%)
STAR-66 Truck (Poland)
4 (1.2%)
Panhard M3 APC (France)
12 (3.6%)
M53 Praga AA vehicle (1/48th or 1/56th)
3 (0.9%)
Patria Sisu (1/48th)
2 (0.6%)
Patria Pasi (1/48th)
2 (0.6%)
BMP-1(1/48th) - In Production HLBS
7 (2.1%)
BMP-2 (1/48th) - In Production HLBS
7 (2.1%)
BMP-3 (1/48th)
7 (2.1%)
LVTP-5 Amtrac
9 (2.7%)
ASU-85 (Soviet)
3 (0.9%)
TPz Fuchs (Germany)
7 (2.1%)
Spähpanzer Luchs (Germany)
6 (1.8%)
Stryker IAV Weapons Platforms
4 (1.2%)

Total Members Voted: 62

Author Topic: Cold War and Modern Vehicle Wishlist 1948 to 2000  (Read 34528 times)

Offline carlos marighela

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Re: Cold War and Modern Vehicle Wishlist 1948 to 2000
« Reply #45 on: December 10, 2014, 09:22:34 AM »
BMP-2D and T-62-D, the add on armour packages for the Afghan War. Anything from 1/56 to 1/50 would do the trick.
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Re: Cold War and Modern Vehicle Wishlist 1948 to 2000
« Reply #46 on: December 10, 2014, 10:19:11 AM »
Added.  :)

Cheers mate! :)

Also would like to see 1/48 scale M113.

I prefer 1/48 scale as based minis look ok next to vehicles of that scale. Smaller scale vehicles should be based, IMHO, too but I don't like to base vehicles :)

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Re: Cold War and Modern Vehicle Wishlist 1948 to 2000
« Reply #47 on: October 08, 2015, 04:29:10 AM »
does any one make a BTR-82?  :D
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Offline carlos marighela

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Re: Cold War and Modern Vehicle Wishlist 1948 to 2000
« Reply #48 on: October 08, 2015, 09:58:17 AM »
does any one make a BTR-82?  :D

Empress make a BTR-80A which is essentially the same vehicle and externally speaking almost identical.

Offline Empress Miniatures

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Re: Cold War and Modern Vehicle Wishlist 1948 to 2000
« Reply #49 on: October 08, 2015, 10:56:23 AM »
Cheers mate! :)

Also would like to see 1/48 scale M113.

I prefer 1/48 scale as based minis look ok next to vehicles of that scale. Smaller scale vehicles should be based, IMHO, too but I don't like to base vehicles :)

Empress make a 1/50th scale M113 which should work as 1/48th is slightly too big.

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Re: Cold War and Modern Vehicle Wishlist 1948 to 2000
« Reply #50 on: October 08, 2015, 10:57:04 AM »
Empress make a BTR-80A which is essentially the same vehicle and externally speaking almost identical.

Thanks Carlos  ;)

Offline Lobsterback

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Re: Cold War and Modern Vehicle Wishlist 1948 to 2000
« Reply #51 on: October 08, 2015, 02:05:12 PM »
I have several of the Empress M113 - they are great kits and also make great conversion fodder using the hammerhead from the zhengdefu LAV TOW (ITV and FIST-V).

Offline Lobsterback

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Re: Cold War and Modern Vehicle Wishlist 1948 to 2000
« Reply #52 on: October 08, 2015, 02:08:30 PM »
While we're discussing wants - no one makes the Spah-Panzer Luchs or the TPZ FUCHS in 28mm (1:48 or 1:56).  For the Russians an ASU-85 would be nice as well (1:48 or 1:56).

Offline Schriv

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Re: Cold War and Modern Vehicle Wishlist 1948 to 2000
« Reply #53 on: October 08, 2015, 03:19:21 PM »
The early marks of the M48/M48A1 would be great.
An M-47 with German style smoke projectors as an accessory would really be handy, as well as early T-54/T-55's.
Pretty much anything NATO/Warsaw pact from the 50's and 60's would be welcome on my table.
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Re: Cold War and Modern Vehicle Wishlist 1948 to 2000
« Reply #54 on: October 09, 2015, 05:16:00 AM »
Oh and I really want the TOW and  Mortar version of the Stryker and the new 30mm cannon variant.  :D


Offline Lobsterback

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Re: Cold War and Modern Vehicle Wishlist 1948 to 2000
« Reply #55 on: October 09, 2015, 11:39:35 PM »
A Tow or Mortar version of the Stryker would be good...Are you listening Empress?

Offline carlos marighela

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Re: Cold War and Modern Vehicle Wishlist 1948 to 2000
« Reply #56 on: October 10, 2015, 02:56:57 AM »
The early marks of the M48/M48A1 would be great.
An M-47 with German style smoke projectors as an accessory would really be handy, as well as early T-54/T-55's.
Pretty much anything NATO/Warsaw pact from the 50's and 60's would be welcome on my table.

Look at the Solido M-47. Tracks aside it's a reasonably well detailed model. Adding smoke dischargers, grab rails etc, isn't a hard task with plastic rod and brass wire.

Offline Lobsterback

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Re: Cold War and Modern Vehicle Wishlist 1948 to 2000
« Reply #57 on: October 10, 2015, 02:05:58 PM »
Carlos is spot on - the Solidos are very modifiable  -I used plasticard and green stuff to turn a couple of Solido Leopard 1's into Leopard 1A3 and 1A5. 

Offline Schriv

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Re: Cold War and Modern Vehicle Wishlist 1948 to 2000
« Reply #58 on: October 11, 2015, 02:27:37 PM »
I saw a bunch of them on ebay.
The tracks are really wonky, but they do have some really interesting tanks in the product line.
Are they a true 1/50 scale, or a more fit the box 1/50 scale?

Offline carlos marighela

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Re: Cold War and Modern Vehicle Wishlist 1948 to 2000
« Reply #59 on: October 11, 2015, 05:24:58 PM »
1/50 for the AFV. You need to be careful with some of the smaller soft skins which are 1/43.  That's pretty much only the jeep type vehicles and they are usually labelled as such.  I have both Solido and Verem Dodge Weapon Carriers and they are perfect for size and beautifully detailed little models. From memory their Grant/Lee tanks is meant to be over-scale but all the stuff I have works well with 28.

Tracks are replaceable but it's amazing how much better they look if you just give them a simple spray coat of gun metal.

 

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