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Vietnam Revetment Wall


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Hi all,

It's nice to be here again after a long time.

Being on a wide scale from 1/700 to 1/32 is dizzying but fun.

In this project, I put into practice the ideas I received from my hobbyist friends in Turkey who are interested in the Vietnam War.

The pictures below are revetment wall works, one of the aircraft shelter types during the Vietnam War.
The scale is 1/72 and measures 420x360x65mm.
I can produce it in 1/144-1/72-1/48 and 1/32 scales according to order.

This is the full wall model. I'm working on variations. There will also be L-walled and single-row walled versions.

 

 

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8 hours ago, Jmarc said:

CCCCCCCCCCCOOL !.. Do you plan to add some accesories ?

Of course…

Actually, I had F-4 in my plan. Since my order still hasn't arrived, I pictured it with F-5. There will also be Hasegawa's figure and ground units.

 

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10 hours ago, BWScholten said:

Your selling these?

ebay?

Yes, I'm selling it on Etsy for now.

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5 hours ago, BWScholten said:

Can I just get the walls without the base?  I am building this for a 1/72 C-130, and need a wider back.

Thanks for your interest. Do you want it disassembled and unpainted? 

According to the photos I examined, the back size is approximately 72-73 cm and the lateral wall length is 52-53 cm. Is it appropriate?

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On 2/5/2024 at 3:22 AM, BWScholten said:

Let me determine how big to go, then I will PM you.

Hi Sir,

I will finish the C-130 unpainted and raw. Then I will prepare the appropriate base. I would be happy if you follow me.

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