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  1. Although Retrokit will continue producing other stuff, they've decided to drop their AFV line in the next few months. Check out the message from Domi Jadoul at the Retrokit site: http://www.retrokit.net/index.html
  2. Thanks to all those who helped me in my quest. I'm pretty squared away with Dorcester stuff for now. With that being said, if someone has some interior photos or vehicle measurements , I'm definitely interested in seeing those.
  3. Hey all. I am looking for info/photos of the AEC "Dorchester" 4x4 Armored Command Vehicle(ACV). I've done the "google" thing and I've come up with some stuff, but not as much as I would like. I'm really interested in getting line drawings and photos, specifically interior and exterior detail shots. Anyone have any or knows where I can find some, please contact me direct at patrix1@sbcglobal.net . Thanks in Advance.
  4. Thanks for those who took the time reply to this post. However, we've decided to suspend the awards this year. It just didn't seem like they were as well received as we had hoped. Regardless, WW is continuing as normal, so look forward to our frequent content dates.
  5. Hey Guys. Being that WarWheels.Net is an IPMS/USA sanctioned Special Interest Group (SIG), we're looking for opinions from the IPMS Armor Community. What is your opinion of the WarWheels.Net Product Awards; Do you think we should continue on with them this year? In case you haven't heard of these awards, here is a link to the results from last year: http://www.warwheels.net/WarWheelsAwards2009.html Thanks in Advance for your help!!!
  6. I believe they mean it is a limited release kit, with only 3,999 kits being available.
  7. Thanks for the info Mark. I wasn't aware Mouse House did any, so I'll check them out.
  8. Thanks for the head's up Mark. I'll definitely be ordering this and the other halftrack titles. Now, who makes 1/35 conversions for these IDF vehicles; besides AEF Designs?
  9. Nice photos Mark. Thanks for posting!!
  10. I don't know of any small scale kits of the Cougar, although I'd like to think someone will make one in the future. If anyone knows of a kit I missed, definitely let us know.
  11. Warwheels

    Sd. Kfz. 234/1

    Yep, I agree with the rest of the guys here. For what it is worth, although I've never seen any pics of Dark Grey 234's and haven't heard of any done up that way, you never know what actually happened in all cases.... Someone could have found some old stocks of paint.... or??? I guess what I'm saying is, hey, if you want to paint it dark grey, it's your choice and your model. Have fun!! But, obviously you would want to let everyone know it is a "what if" paint job. That is, unless you've found photos of it in dark grey; which would be cool and I'd sure like to see them... Model on!!
  12. Hi Paddy. It's nice to see you at our IPMS forums too. Keep up the great work. As always, I'd love to put up your pics at WarWheels.Net.
  13. Yep, this is some great news. Kudos to Bronco!!
  14. Nice job on what looks like a rough kit. Here's some pics of the real thing at warwheels.net: http://www.warwheels.net/CommandoScoutINDEX.html If you could take more photos of the model and send them to me, I can put them up at WarWheels. Just send me an e-mail at editor@warwheels.net .
  15. Does anyone know what "donor" model kit is supposed to be used with the 1/35 Hobby Fan ROC HMMWV T75 Recon Conversion (HF050)?
  16. Cool project Rob. Keep us updated on your progress. I too have a similar plan to build a "blast from the past" model kit; a 1/32 Revell F4U-1 Corsair. Although I'm primarily an armor modeler these days, the Corsair was the first kit I built by myself.
  17. Nice Job Mark. Cool lookin' vehicle.
  18. Lookin' good Mark. Keep us updated...
  19. If any of you guys who are going to the AMPS International Show next week (4/22-24) and will be in Auburn Thursday morning, PLEASE consider helping us set up tables at the Museum. The more the merrier and the less work everyone will have to do. Plus, you're cordially invited to the AMPS Mixer that night too!! I plan on being at the museum to start setting up at 9am on Thursday morning as the vendors can start moving in at 1pm. If you have any questions, you can contact me at editor@warwheels.net Thanks in advance!! Patrick Keenan Vendor Coordinator 2010 AMPS International Show
  20. Warwheels

    M998 HMMWV

    Nice job Jeff.
  21. Due to the unprecidented interest shown by companies for additional vendor tables to be made available at the 2010 AMPS International show, we've been trying to work out a way to fit more tables into the venue. We've come up with a way to offer 10 more vendor tables to interested parties (3 of the tables are now left). However, there is a bit of a rub; they aren't be in the main vendor area. The newly available sales tables are in an attached room to the main vendor area, called the "north theater". Although we agree it isn't the best of circumstances, we believe it will suit the vendors' needs while allowing more companies to participate. The room is directly attached to the main vendor area, and we will do everything we can to make sure all our attendees know about this additional area to ensure proper foot traffic for the vendors located there. Our efforts will at least include adequate signage and PA announcements being made periodically. We're also open to other suggestions to help ensure everyone is well aware of the new area. Please contact me via e-mail (at editor@warwheels.net ) ASAP if you are interested in tables. FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact me as well. Regards. Patrick Keenan Vendor Coordinator2010 AMPS International Show
  22. Thanks for the info Keith. Please pass on my comments to Ken in the spirit in which they were given.
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