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vintagedragcrazy

German skoda almost done!

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just about finished just a little weathering to do and put it on the shelf! Really nice kit made by tokom hope you like it as much as I enjoyed building it!

vince

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Just the thing for nipping down to the shops in...

Bit different from my Skoda Yeti though!

steve

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That is cool looking. I wonder how it's do on the Salt Flats, maybe with Allison in it

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That's the Takom 1/35 scale Skoda PA-II "Turtle."  Pretty obvious where they got the name!  Only 12 were built in the 1920s by the Czech company Skoda.   The police dept. in Vienna, Austria bought 2 and used them to put down coup attempts by both the Communists and Nazis, just a few months apart.  The Turtle had dual drivers and 4 wheel drive, but were not very good off-road.  That's why the Czech Army didn't order any more.

Here's one I built a few months ago that is in a thread, somewhere in here:

 

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Pretty cool mike it was a nice kit to build seemed like everything fit nice on it it went with the panzer gray look but like the camo you did on yours!

vince

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On 11/23/2017 at 4:56 PM, vintagedragcrazy said:

just about finished just a little weathering to do and put it on the shelf! Really nice kit made by tokom hope you like it as much as I enjoyed building it!

vince

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I love this kit! So much potential.

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