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Yorkshire man

Zebrano AEC & Humber armoured cars

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Not my scale, but they seem like welcome additions and a departure from Zebrano's usual Russian focus.

 

Not the easiest brand to find in the UK.  FoG used to stock it but no longer seem to.  I understand they weren't the easiest to deal with.  I've got some of their resin 1/35 accessories, which aren't bad.  These 2 new kits look to be resin.

 

Hobby.dn.ua in Kiev used to have a good range of Zebrano but they've been running it down lately.  Jadar Hobby in Warsaw and Modellbau Koenig somewhere in Germany both seem to have most of the current 1/72 vehicle range in stock, so might be worth watching.  I've used both stores a lot - in fact I have an inbound Jadar order as we speak - and found them both to be completely trustworthy.  Jadar can be cheaper but a little slower than the German stores, although that may be down to Polish Post.

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On 06/12/2018 at 22:45, Yorkshire man said:

Soon to be released in 1/72 AEC MK III and Humber  Mk IV armoured cars see link (Just scroll down kits72035 and 72036).

 

http://henk.fox3000.com/zebrano.htm

That's two for the wants list. 

 

Good find!

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About time we had a Humber Mk.IV in 1/72.....TBH Zebrano wouldn't have been my first choice for the company to produce it though.  :unsure:

 

PS - I am impressed with Jadar though, they passed my 'small order test' with flying colours.  :coolio:

 

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z72036-3.jpg

 

 http://zebrano-model.com/en/armor-resin-kits-1-72/72036-aec-mk3

http://zebrano-model.com/en/armor-resin-kits-1-72/72035-humber-mk4

 

shows instruction manuals etc for the kits.

                                      

 

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