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KFS-miniatures

1/35 Libyan Rocket pickup

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Hello

Since I've scratched correct 1/35 scale UB-32-57 rocket launcher for my resin URAL 4320 "Broom" rocket guntruck upgrade set, I receifed a few requests about this launcher for Libyan pickups. so.. vox populi- vox dei. I've started building Meng's Pick-up for this project..

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launcher and ammo boxes finished so whole 'rocket set' is ready for molding..

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I've been toying with this idea for ages now, but in 1/24th scale. Looks great so far, look forward to more!

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The taped magazines in the right hand Kalashnikov are the plastic type (no ribs) and should be a red/brown colour. AKMs - identifiable by the dimple above the magwel as oposed to AK47s (slot above the magwell) have brown plastic pistol grips.

Incredible weathering on the truck body.

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Superb work!Very impressive weathering techniques.

Watching with interest.

Regards

Pete

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So, I received first castings:

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The price for this set will be USD17 + USD5-7 for S&H.

If anyone want to pre-order this set, please email me at kamilfeliks@gmail.com for details

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All one can continue to say is,,,,,,, WOW!

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Pete

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Brilliant work - especially on the truck's bodywork :clap2:

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