Leichttraktor Rheinmetall 1930
ICM - No. 35330 - 1:35
|Title:||Leichttraktor Rheinmetall 1930 German Tank|
|Released:||2019 | Initial release - new tool|
Leichttraktor Rheinmetall 1930 Reichswehr (German Weimar Republic Army) 1919 - 1935
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Alternative SKUs for ICM 35330: ICM-35330 | ICM35330
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I was eagerly looking forward to this, since it's quite different as an interwar model. But I'm disappointed and put off by the vinyl tracks. Boo ICM!
6. April at 14:25:44 Share
View full thread (21 Comments) Katya Hodgson
I watched a Russian review, and whilst subtitles were not great, apparently superglue worked very well on the rubber tracks.
Either way, i'm really looking forward to building this little one, just need to decide on how to paint it before it arrives.
10. April at 16:21:50
Rubber tracks are Also easier and Much faster to finish
Trumpeter Has the right policy in this Mater, (IMO, YMMV etc) but i give the
to ICM too.
10. April at 21:26:59
"Rubber tracks are Also easier and Much faster to finish"
I didn't realise that it was a race!
11. April at 06:36:37
Not everyone likes or is able to fiddle around with independent links... the Hobbyboss T-18 I ordered for example has them, and i'm honestly terrified.
11. April at 07:46:45
Some companies, some kits, have both vinyl and independent links (or link and length as a second-best option). Best of both worlds!
11. April at 07:49:02
Not a race but it could be. At least they don't ruin My mojo.
For me cleaning individual track links his a race that never ends
And with the quantity of ready made solutions in the aftermarket like pigments (like eurpean earth, Russiam earth etc.) colours, mud, grime, streaking etc, by vallejo, mig and ak, and others, sometimes the ONLY thing missing his a already made and painted kit. A very expensive race, if you get my drift
11. April at 18:52:47
Add comment » The Old Tanker
I remember when all we had were rubber tracks... Actually, RUBBER BAND tracks, because most of our kit's had electric motors in them, so we could drive em' around after they were built. To me, it's actually so 1960's!
13. July at 17:43:55
24. June at 14:06:11 Share
24. January at 19:37:07 Share
Now, as i finally finished my scatch-built Leichttraktor they make one...it´s always the same...Thank you guys, i will get one, just to see how good my scratching abilitys are...AND THEN I BURN THE KIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
17. January at 18:44:24 Share
Ok, now please scratch-build a Grosstractor, I would like to see one from ICM, too
17. January at 18:53:46
I did already...years are gone since i finished it, maybe i find it in my "already finished and now placed in storage"-place...was a really large thing, around 50 centimeters long and about 25 wide and 10 cm high...if i remember right. Built it out of white sheets of Plastic (like Evergreen) from my shop for accessories in architecture...we have one in Vienna!
18. January at 08:49:39
You should inconspicuously post some pics where the good people from ICM can "discover" them
18. January at 18:05:04
Or us in scalemates
19. January at 01:18:22
Ok, i will...maybe i have some build-phase-pics somewhere in a file...have to look!
19. January at 07:48:52
Add comment » Alex
Looking forward to it....
19. January at 08:01:29
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