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Armoured Recce Squadron - Cromwells on the prowl

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I just remembered - I never got round to doing an RFI for 'Oliver's Army' - my 3 Airfix Cromwells.  I finished these a couple of months back - but in my rush to get on with something new I completely forgot to take some proper final pictures - so here they are...

 

15/19 Kings Royal Hussars - sometime after 8th August 1944...

 

crom1.jpg

 

crom2.jpg

 

crom3.jpg

 

crom4.jpg

 

crom5.jpg

 

...again - there is a WIP if you're interested...

 

https://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/235032983-oliver’s-army…-a-trio-of-cromwell-ivs-completed/

 

If you have any comments - please chip in - if not thanks for looking in and I hope you like them - they were really nice to build.

 

Cheers - Steve

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Those tree looks good as well. 

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A triple triumph! A fine kit, beautifully made three times. Very well done. :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:

Kind regards,

Stix

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Gotta love a cromwell (well I do!).

 

Cracking job as always

 

All the best

 

Ben

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On ‎06‎/‎05‎/‎2018 at 20:42, Kris B said:

Those tree looks good as well. 

 

On ‎06‎/‎05‎/‎2018 at 21:15, PlaStix said:

A triple triumph! A fine kit, beautifully made three times. Very well done. :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:

Kind regards,

Stix

 

23 hours ago, badger said:

Gotta love a cromwell (well I do!).

 

Cracking job as always

 

All the best

 

Ben

Thanks Guys - they were a lot of fun and very simple to build - I would definitely recommend them as a good 'starter' build.  The detail is pretty much spot on and the pre-formed tracks make it easy for a 'non AFV expert' to get a decent result.  1/72 - I'm definitely learning to love it all over again - just like 'back in the day' - now where is my pea-shooter and copy of the Beano.

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