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The Wings Of War II Group Build
Apr 05, 2010 at 04:56 PM

The Wings Of War II Group Build - Any subject, any scale, any war. Only rules are:
1. Must be military
2. Must fly (could be gliders, planes, rockets or Helo's)
3. Must not be more than 10%, or so, completed at the start of the GB
4. Starting date is today  04/05/11
5. End date is 01/01/11 (luv those one's)
6. Everybody MUST have fun.


Can't think of anything else - good luck and happy building! I'll see if I can come up with a suitable banner (everybody is welcome to submit something for choosing)
Last Updated ( Mar 04, 2011 at 04:22 PM )
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1941 Chevrolet Indian Bodied Ambulance (Aust)
Mar 15, 2010 at 08:25 PM

Cliff Hutchings aka Mr Roo brings us a seriously interesting build article on converting the Tamiya LDRG Chevrolet into an Indian bodied Ambulance serving with the Australian Army.

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Many thanks to Cliff and my apologies for the delay in getting the article 'live'.

Al

Copyright retained on text 2007@Cliff Hutchings

Copyright retained on colour photos2005,2006 &2007@Cliff Hutchings

 

 

 

Last Updated ( May 27, 2010 at 06:40 PM )
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Accurate Armour Churchill AVRE Sledge
Nov 23, 2009 at 04:43 PM

Review by Alan McNeilly

PB080023

Introduction

During World War II 79th Armoured Division were issued with drop-sided sledges for use with their Churchill AVREs and these were used successfully in the North West European campaign.  The sledges were designed to carry spare faggots for the fascine carrier but could also be used to transport general stores and ammunition./ Both the Churchill AVRE Mk III and Mk IV conversions were used by the Division on the D Day assault on the Normandy beaches and both types of vehicle could be used to tow the AVRE sledge.  Also used was the Porpoise sledge.  Following the success of these sledges further trials and developments took place with the ‘Gutter Carrier’, but that’s another story.

The sledge was designed to carry stores, spare faggots and for those brave enough to ride in it troops!!  It had a moderate degree of protection with 7mm thick armoured front and sides.  The base of the sledge was made of a planked wooden deck attached to which were two long wooden skids.

Accurate Armour produce both the AVRE Sledge Kit No A033 and the Porpoise Sledge Kit No A004 and this is a brief look at the former.

Last Updated ( Mar 07, 2010 at 05:05 PM )
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