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« on: 27 August 2018, 10:16:35 AM »

Car boot sale.  I spied a Micro -machines bridge set - and forked out a 5.  The set itself appealed to me as you press a button and it is "blown" -If I attack with a saw and file, I can have a nice 10mm scale bit of scenery.   Bridges over vital river crossings always make for a good game.

Anyway, got it home, and discovered a few bits and bobs - mostly vehicles. Some tanks and APCs - a bit "fit the box" - the Scorpion tank is way too big, but not far from 1/144 scale. Also a petrol tanker and a trailer - the latter might be convertible to a tank transporter.

What gets me is the accuracy of the sculpts !  The detail on the LVTP-7 (for a small plastic toy aimed at the kid market)  is staggering. 

What's the story behind these very accurate sculpts ?  Shocked
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