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Good day, colleagues and sympathizers. Finally, I caught inspiration and" brought " to mind a couple of long-term projects.So-a British 3-ton truck.It was used in the British troops during the First World War.To be honest, I didn't go much into the history of the prototype, and there is little about it(well, or I don't know how to use Google, who knows?...) About the build. Miniart-well done. Traction, engine, controls - everything is very well detailed. But the problem, as always, lies in the poor quality of plastic and extremely peculiar injection molding.Half of the rods were eventually replaced with tubes/wire, etc. The hood assembly was also not pleased. The result - you see in front of you. Coloring - RealColor, Akan, Tamiya. Oils and pigments-Ammo and co. The junk in the back is a miniart and some other bags from the stash boxes. Thank you for your attention, enjoy watching!
London General Omnibus Company Type B Bus. The type B was the worlds first mass produced bus. This example has been restored by London Transport Museum. It is seen here painted to represent buses which took troops to the front line during WWI. This example did serve in WWI and at one point was captured and used by the German Army. London Transport Museum keep this as a working exhibit to tell the story of London Transport workers during WWI. More info can be seen here. Pics thanks to Mish.