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I really enjoyed this build. I'm quite fond of Miniarts models. They travel by the road less travelled by, and both engineering and fit are very good. Sometimes their kits are a little over-engineered, but since the fit is so good it works. Small, fiddly parts, especially the thinner ones (has anyone managed not to break the little footstep on the left side?) are a bit taxing, but the plastic is forgiving, so it's most often quite easy to clean the parts up. The decals are very good; thin but still resilient, and with a little setting fluid they really "hug" the plastic, even though, in this c
British Lorry 3t LGOC B-Type (38027) 1:35 MiniArt via Creative Models Ltd Built by the Four Wheel Drive (FWD) company, this was a very early truck used by the military of Britain and the US during WWI, beginning in 1915 with a small order from the British Army. It was full of curious technology from a modern standpoint, but then vehicles of this type were still in their infancy, so that’s hardly surprising that there were a few dead-ends. It was originally supplied with solid tyres and the front wheels had a strange toed-in look due to the suspension geometry se
Hands up if you watched Only Fools and Horses, looked at the Trottermobile and thought "i want one". Well Mr Scammell thought the same...he was just a little early that's all... The Scammell Scarab is a British 3-wheeled tractor unit produced by the truck manufacturer Scammell between 1948 and 1967. Its name is commonly believed to be derived from the rounded bonnet that resembled the elytra (wing covers) of a Scarab beetle, but the name really comes from a more conventional source, Scammell's idea of the combination of an Arab horse...and the word Scammell. Sca-rab = Scarab...It was extre