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1:35 Scale 1917 Ford Model-T Kits
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 Posted: Wed Jan 17th, 2018 11:03 pm
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Here's another cool kit that I found in my new Squadron catalog (***I HAVE NO FINANCIAL STAKE IN SQUADRON, THEY JUST GET MY MONEY FOR COOL KITS!***)

ICM also has a neat 1917 Model T ambulance but this is very cool and would make a nice model for the 35n2 guys. It ain't cheap but it is cheaper than the ambulance kit. ICM also has a 1936 Packard Twelve for those mine owners who want to ride in style. That kit also has some seated Russkies (including Joe Stalin and Krushchev and his old shoes) that might be "fixed up" since they would be on the lam in this country.
Get out yer glue & Exacto knife.
The ambulance kit is ICM 35662 and the Packard is ICM 35535
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 Posted: Fri Jan 19th, 2018 08:56 am
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" Russkies including Joe Stalin and Krushchev "



Howdy Woodie :wave:



Stalin & Krushchev are working for the M.M.M.M.M.& M.Co. these days. :w:

Joe can sometimes be seen, inspecting Porter tenders & experimental ore-cars ! :shocked:



Bet you didn't know that Krushchev shares the same birthday ...

... as Kim Jong Uns Dad ! and Samantha from 'Bewitched' ! :shocked:

Usefull/less information, I'm sure. :dope:



Anyway ... The new I.C.M. truck does look pretty tempting !

Possibly the pick of the bunch, from the 'ambulance' & 'cabless' other versions.



I have a couple of I.C.M. auto/truck kits here, which are very nice indeed.

I'd buy that ^^ one just for the :cool: micro kangaroo-decal !



I got this WWI Model-T Ford kit, before the recent I.C.M.s came out.





The parts fit, nearly as good as the 'Zvezda' truck kit ! :f: ;)



Everyone needs to try a Model-T Ford railcar at some point though !! :cool:





Wolfy drilled the rivets & oxyed the axles, of this luckless diecast 'Matchbox Models Of Yesteryear' 1:35 Model-T tanker-back.

I'm not letting him near my nice Zerolene tanker though ... NO WAY ! :old dude:





More news at 11 ...

... or whenever Wolfy finds a motor small enough for the 'Matchbox' 1:35 'T' ...

... finishes his wonky 'R.P.M' kit ...

... or forces open his wallet, for the shiny new I.C.M. 'fine scale' kit. :mex:



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Si.



Go on Woodie !

Show us yer 'Ts' !!

We know there's a few on the rails & parking lots down Big Bend way. :thumb:



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Model T's? Here's an oldie. Tillman's Model T salvage yard. This is no longer around, but just how many Model T parts do you need?

I must have used 5 or 6 Lindberg 1:32 T kits (no real size difference with 1:35 in this case) to get the parts supply I wanted. Most of the parts are now here & there down in the Bend.


And this view of the scrap yard. The old Mogollon Railway passed just beyond the wire fence. Actually, there was more crap in the yard than just Ford parts!
Woodie

Last edited on Fri Jan 19th, 2018 10:54 am by W C Greene



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Anyone for more 'T'  ?

 :java::)









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I like the Vickers. but the Browning is just plain bad to the bone!:thumb:  



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