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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
This spiffy new horse cart measures approximately 2.0 inches in length by 1.0 inch in width by 1.5 inches in height, not including the wheels or tongue. (The two wooden sticks that extend to tie your horse.) These measurements are important. Why you ask? Because, it lets you know that this cart can carry one, maybe even possibly two standard tabletop RPG miniatures, so long as you play D&D, Pathfinder, Warhammer Fantasy or a similar game and not an inferior one like Confrontation or that Warcraft one. Really, who plays those anyways? Heck, it will even fit Heroclix miniatures so long as you are willing to cut the character from the base. Warning: If you do this, I recommend only destroying the cheap characters that no one likes, such as Robin and Booster Gold and not the valuable ones like Punisher or Wolverine.
As you can see in my fine example, the cart does not include the horse. As in real life, the cart is cheaper than the horse, and if I created a 3D horse, it would drive the price of this model way up - especially if I made it an award winning show horse. And you don't need a show horse to pull a peasant cart, which is what this is. What I find is you can order a "Toob of Horses" from the Safari toy company or get this toob from hobby shops like Michael's. You get like 8 of them for $13 and they fit this cart perfectly. (Bits and bridle not included.) Wait, this is a UK site isn't it? That means you don't have Michael's! Oh, I feel sorry for you lot already! At least you can rest easy in the fact that one of your pounds is worth approximately $1546 Canadian, due to our combination of plummeting oil prices and clueless politicians. This makes you all millionaires and financially capable of ordering stuff online. Anyways, I'm rambling. The important part of what I want to say is that the Safari Toob horse will fit this cart. And since you'll have about 7 extra horses, it's only fitting that you also order another 7 carts! Perhaps with enough commission from this model, I will one day be a millionaire and afford to live in the UK. Yeah, please buy it! It even comes with a spare tire!