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Oddball13 Feb 2021 6:34 a.m. PST

Amazing vehicles!

I have many (too many some might say) Trenchworx vehicles (both Great War and W.W. II).

They are the highest quality vehicles on the market at this time, at least in my view.

No flash, well scaled, little magnets to keep the turrets on, just the best.

Now, there are other very good vehicles companies available for sale, I also have far too many of those also, but Trenchworx's takes it to another level.

Disco Joe14 Feb 2021 1:19 p.m. PST

I agree that they do have some nice vehicles but am disappointed that they never came out with the model H variant of the Grille. They have the model M version but not the earlier one and to my knowledge no one else have either variant. A missed opportunity.

Oddball15 Feb 2021 2:23 p.m. PST

Really? They only make one variant of a rare German SP gun, not two?

Well, my opinion of the company has suffered.

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