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Ryan Rabies Supporting Member of TMP21 Nov 2021 9:40 p.m. PST

This is the resin and metal Humber from Flames of War. I still like the old resin kits. The newer plastics are nice and have their advantages, but these resin guys have lots of character and details. I won't be selling my resin Easy 8's or Chaffees to buy the new plastics, for sure.

Wildman22 Nov 2021 7:24 a.m. PST

Wow, very nice painting. If you had not said they were
Flames of War, I would have thought they were 28mm.

TSD10124 Nov 2021 9:29 a.m. PST

These are pretty impressive. Maybe too good for the tabletop and should be in a display case.

hoviwa301515 Nov 2022 9:40 a.m. PST

In fact, most of these vehicles are quite historical: Tiger (P) – one entered service as a command tank Panzer IF – reportedly used on the eastern front, about 7 of these tanks were used in combat Dicker Max – two sent to the front, one of them fought until the middle or second half of 1942. Sturer Emil – two built and sent to the front Bunkerflack – ten built, they fought from the beginning of the war until the last one was destroyed in 1943.
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