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Friday, 19 June 2020

More renovated 20mm-scale World War Two Russian trucks

I have just completed a second batch of renovated 20mm-scale World War Two Russian trucks.



Like those in the earlier batch, these were also scratch-built using the Keil Kraft/Davric/Knightwing model of a 1.5ton Great Western Railways van as the basis.

Since completing this batch of trucks, I have found several more and three small tracked tractors, and I hope to renovate these additional models over the next week or so.

10 comments:

  1. Hi Bob,
    Nice looking scale Russian Trucks. I'm a bit concerned that you'll have enough room on your Gridded Games Table for all these vehicles when you game Barbarrosa. Stay Well there. Cheers.KEV.

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    1. Kev Robertson (Kev),

      The trucks will be allocated to various ‘formations in a box’, and won’t all be deployed on the tabletop at the same time,

      All the best,

      Bob

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    1. Delta Coy (Greg),

      Cheers! I have another batch in the pipeline, and I hope to finish them over the weekend.

      All the best,

      Bob

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  3. Bob,

    Not relevant to this post, but as a Lulu user you might be interested in this blog posting that I've just come across:

    https://the-digital-reader.com/2020/06/17/lulu-borked-their-platform-in-the-24-april-update-and-its-still-not-fixed/

    Where I an author I'd find the report by the first commenter pretty worrying.

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    1. Mike Hall,

      Thanks for the link. I have not tried to change anything to do with my existing books, and I am being paid for sales, even though the sales statistics are incomplete.

      I’ve had a reply to my first complaint about what has happened, and it was encouraging ... but the problems still remain unsolved. I hope that matters will be resolved soon, as I have another book that I want to publish in the next month or so.

      All the best,

      Bob

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  4. You can never have too many trucks ...

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  5. Emulating Soviet production capacity, I see...!

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    1. Archduke Piccolo,

      They are all products of KGAZ (Кордерский государственный автомобильный завод/Korderskiy gosudarstvennyy avtomobil'nyy zavod) ... which is better known as the Cordery State Vehicle Factory!

      All the best,

      Bob

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