1-50 Sep-Parts A-Wagen For BP-42

by HOLDEN8702
  • White

    White nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.

    $165.59
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High detailed 1/50 scale A-Wagen, Artillerie und Flakwagen (Artillery and Air Defense Wagon) from the II World War German Armored Train BP-42 Type. Every BP-42 Type Train carries two of them in the 8th and 9th positions simetric from the locomotive (locate in center point). The artillery turret of this model carries a polish captured 10 cm 14/16(p) Howitzer. The air defense quad gun is a 2 cm. Flakvierling 38, with complete movements, displayed with ammo and spare guns boxes, and with separately molded shields. Armored crawl space between wagons are displayed open and folded type. Prepared to fit a O gauge (30 mm.) rail track, and axis and wheels to have turn movement. The model is made hollow to save material, and thus could be mounted on a moving model railway and even fill to increase weight. This model is 2mm. (0,08 in) THICK and with doors, windows covers, loophole covers,... printed separate to choose if you want to glue it closed or opened to personalize your model. Photos are the real design of the miniature, no fotoshoped. Model unpainted. 76 PARTS.

Take a look in the awesome paint work on this model in Adam Clark's Hobby Antics Web:



...and Adam Clark adding rust and grime with Pastel Chalks:

Dimensions

IN: 9.476 w x 3.561 d x 9.181 h
CM: 24.068 w x 9.046 d x 23.32 h

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Uploaded:Jan11th2014 Printed:-W.S.F.(Jan-2014 to U.S.A.)-W.S.F.(Jan-2014 to U.S.A.)-W.S.F.(Jun-2014 to Germany)-Thanks!
June 25, 2014, 11:21 am
@HOLDEN8702 complete with 28mm Grenadiers for scale
May 12, 2014, 3:59 pm
Printed and painted.
May 5, 2014, 3:34 am
Picture of print. Quality is amazing, now rivaling that of resin kits. @HOLDEN8702
March 4, 2014, 9:17 pm
and the same piece in his (not mine) automatic check preview.
January 20, 2014, 10:10 am
Fix an "issue" from the great imagination of a clever engineer of Shappy. Photo sent from shapeways team ...
January 20, 2014, 10:06 am
 
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