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A few weeks ago I purchased an AFV Club 35th scale Centurion from a forum member from the for sale section and very happy I am with it. In preparation to start the build I decided to 3D model some individual link tracks and Road Wheels as I don't like the idea of the AFV Cllub wheels and print out my own. Thanks to Kingsman previous post on the Centurion Wheels I used the cross section wheel image and drawings to draw up the Wheel CAD models. After I printed the grills for a customers railway project I printed a test print for the track. Wheels next time I have the printer fired up I will test print some wheels. Should be fun. Pete
So, after walking past this kit in my local model shop on several occasions, I've finally yielded to temptation and bought my first armour kit. Having been fortunate enough to have driven them a couple times during the early 90s (Who, me Sir? No Sir. It was like this when we found it Sir.) it seemed justifiable from a personal perspective. May I ask the assembled masses of you talented armour modellers about this kit? What, for instance, is the general consensus about how accurately this kit recreates an early to mid-90s British Army machine. How easy will this go together and is there any pit-falls to be wary of? What, if any, aftermarket is there available and can it be recommended? Please excuse the burst of questions but the usual hunt on Google and rummage around Hannants didn't tell me much.