Hauke Krapf Hi Donald,
a very good and detailed kit, that requires some experience.
I wouldn't recommend it to a novice.
15. January 2012 at 17:10:43
Donald Junis Hi Hauke,
Thanks for the heads-up. I do have some expereince so I should be OK. Actually I converted an old AURORA 1/48 scale kit to an AVRE back in the early 70's. I bet this one will be better...well at least I hope so.
just to point it out! Your experience was never challenged by me! I assume that modellers registered with this website are experienced normally.
It was a general statement in regard to the kit!
I don't recall that AURORA offerd a Churchill Infantry Tank once. I remember Kingtiger, M4A1 HVSS, Panther and I believe M46. The rest of AURORAs tanks fell into oblivion. That's a perfect example, how memory fades!!!!
All the best
16. January 2012 at 08:17:50
Urban Gardini I guess that most of AFV Club's kits is a bit harder than Tamiya to build.
16. January 2012 at 10:25:32
Donald Junis Hauke,
No problem Mate on the experience thing.
If you want to have trip down memory lane Google Aurora Churchill. They also did a M-109. All were pretty good especially since most came out in the mid-late 60's. I received the M46, King Tiger and M-109 for Christmas in 1968 along with the Revell B-17, 1/32 Spitfire and Me-109 F. It was a great Christmas!
All the Best!
17. January 2012 at 01:16:09
Donald Junis Urban,
Just more parts...well molded for the most part. Patience is required. I have been working on a Centurion for quite a while.
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