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Author Topic: A little something for the Quar  (Read 4194 times)

Offline Doc Twilight

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Re: A little something for the Quar (new photos, new approach)
« Reply #15 on: November 08, 2009, 11:36:56 AM »
Some very good stuff, former user. And some clever photoshop chichanery. Thank you!
I'll have to consider those for future conversions.

After fiddling with a few plans, I took a new approach and began a rebuild on Thursday evening. Finished most of the work yesterday. Here she is, in current form, the "Rhinoceros Beetle" self-propelled gun.

In this instance, the weapon is hull mounted. A hatch has been added to the top, centered above the gun (and thus, slightly off center on the hull. I have added a new ventilation plate to the top rear of the hull as well. The spotting scope remains in place of the hull machine gun.

Comments, etc. welcome.


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Re: A little something for the Quar
« Reply #16 on: November 08, 2009, 11:42:44 AM »
looks very good
You could also make a second, open hatch with an artillery spotter/commander, to switch as necessary

don't know what gun it is, but it could be a pompom in a combined FG/AT role

this picture fiddling is the latest addition in my conversion design process
this way I can see how the model could look like before I start ruining it  :D


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