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M65 280 mm Atomic Cannon

"Atomic Annie"

I Love Kit | No. 63522 | 1:35

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M65 280 mm Atomic Cannon "Atomic Annie"
Full kit
2019 | Initial release - new tool
9580208635224 (EAN)
Rigid box (Top opener)
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M65 280 mm Atomic Cannon

US US Army (1784-now) Military
  • A Co., 216 Field Artillery Bn., 7 Army 60147669 31A/ 60147671 31B
    1955 DE
  • A Co., 59 Field Artillery Bn, 7 Army 60147568 2A/ 60147657 2B
    1955 DE

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610x360x120 mm (24x14.2x4.7 inch)

2068 g (4.56 lbs)

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M65 280 mm Atomic Cannon
US Military US Army (1784-now)
A Co., 59 Field Artillery Bn, 7 Army 60147568 2A/ 60147657 2B
1955 DE

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With this, and a 1:35 scale bicycle, I can finally build the diorama I have always wanted to build.
See http://sbiii.com/ordatcn1.html#tip-over
30. January 2020, 18:05
Steven Van Dyck
Are you really considering doing this in 1/35 in stead of 1/72? I also contemplated this when I built mine, but such a dio would take at least a 2 m x 1 m base. Unless you're planning to depict the moment it is tipping over, which could be even more spectacular.
30. January 2020, 18:33
>> such a dio would take at least a 2 m x 1 m base

I may have to dispense with the bicycle. 😉

But seriously, that's roughly the same size as the 1:35 scale A4 launch site I am currently building, so they can go on top of each other.

I have recently started my first 1:72 scale armour kit (a Mörser Karl on transport wagon), but it turns out I find the scale too small for the model to be interesting. I was surprised how small a Panzer IV Munitionsschlepper is in that scale. But these guys will be displayed along with a Leopold and a Dora (yet to be built), and that kind of ruled out 1:35...

P.S. Great work on that Kondensator!
30. January 2020, 19:02
Steven Van Dyck
Thanks. I only build 1/72 if there is a plane on the dio, but I thought maybe you wanted that Pacific wrecker and the other truck too on it. Should be manageable in small scale.
5. February 2020, 18:43
Steven Van Dyck
If this will be engineered like their Kondensator kit I'm building, I'd akmost be tempted to build a second one...
30. January 2020, 06:23

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