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A tiny chunk of World War One – Now in glorious Bizarreovision! Jehlik's ridiculous roller.


Gorby
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Yes it is very tempting but:

In 1/35 it'll be eight and a half feet high and wouldn't fit into any room in my house (and it's too cold to work in the garden).

In 1/48 it would be six and a quarter feet high. I'd fit it in the room but that would be pointless as Mrs Gorby would kick me out of the house.

In 1/72 it would be just over four foot tall and I would fit it in the room, I may be allowed to stay in the house, but I'm not sure I could afford the repayments for the mortgage I'd need for the building materials.

'Only' two feet tall in 1/144 but….

 

…. I'M NOT BUILDING THE BLOODY THING!!!!!!!!! :swear:

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2 hours ago, Gorby said:

I'm NOT building the bloody thing!

You know you want to!


Image how much fun you can have with the chain drive! Interesting how none of these things have any semblance of maneuverability...

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2 hours ago, Gorby said:

It was supposed to be 300 feet high

And about 400 long, whilst being rather narrow and, from the look of it, unable to steer.

There's a fair chance that a model of it would fall over sideways on the shelf.

Obviously a health and safety hazard. Best no then.

In some respects, it's a wheeled AT-AT. 

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15 hours ago, JohnT said:

Sad that Bonhoff and I had exactly the same thought at the same time.

I  don't think it's sad - I view it more as "Great minds think alike "

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