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This is the first time that I see instructions in a plastic kit that consists of photographs. The instructions are leaving a lot to be desired for. I can see a lot of trial and error on my side🙂
Watching this one.could'nt find an Eduard 1/16 so got a Torro one and aded detail and crew.
I just had a look at the instructions online and I see what you mean. I certainly don't envy you the task of deciphering them!
It is indeed a challenge. There are only these partial "glimpses" to work from and no locating tabs.
Instructions seem vague.
The only way to make sense of the instructions is to work through small portions of each step in the instructions at a time.
I love this gadget .... In its day I started modifying the one from 21st Century Toys, and then Dragon brought out this marvel
Got to be one of my fav soft skinned vehicles.
Mann Egerton Co. Ltd. Famous a/c subcontractor during WW1. Might change to de Havilland Props division depending on which aircraft goes with it in a diorama.
This will be lovely!
It surely will. Need to find the company livery for the late 20s atm, Norwich is sometimes associated with yellow as per their football team. Decided to use with a postwar Sopwith Snipe ( Toko ) or DH 9A (Eastern Express). Got some civvie figures to go. Thanks Alex.
Very toylike basic kit. Started with seats out of Fir and making the feets pedals. The chassis is best viewed permanently glued to a base of some kind it is so skeletal.
Much later, but cream and red.
Wonderful model! More photos please!
Try to grab "Janes' Aircraft of 1919". To start, section 1 has hundreds of period manufacturer advertisements, full page and smaller. Not spoiled for choice of diorama Companies, from Sopwith all the way down to duralumin suppliers. But, black and white throughout, unsurprisingly. Also its the heaviest book ever typeset; £10 postage!
Settling on Cream with Vermillion trim for the Mann Egerton van. I'll keep digging though. Thanks, lads.
Ordering a FWD flatbed to go with the Thorneycroft. Roden makes 2 chassis; canvas top and ammo truck iirc.
Image from 'Military Transport of WW1' (Blandford Press)
Thank you ??
Very nice pink panther 👍
Imho, the teaser is photo 14 😉
Thanks Rui S. I concur…
Tough looking truck, ready for any dodgy neighborhood. Nice build!
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