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ICM 2018 Catalogue

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This might be posted somewhere else on the Forums, but ICM has recently released their 2018 catalog https://issuu.com/icm2018/docs/catalogue_2018_small_c?e=32447008%2F57625963. It looks like they are planning to issue a crew for their 1/24 1914 Model T fire truck. They are also planning on issuing some 1/24 SWAT figures.

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They have some unusual subjects. I like the Standard B Liberty. I wonder if they would ever consider doing a modern big rig? 

Ben

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I highly doubt it.  I believe they are making plenty of money off of the 1/35 military stuff, that there is no reason to delve into 1/25 heavy trucks.  Right now they're riding the "WWI 100th Anniversary Wave", so it's kind of cool to see some decent WWI stuff.

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As a diorama builder , I'm thoroughly enjoying Henry Ford and his gang . The S W A T figures will play a part in the event I ever do an urban jungle scene .

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19 hours ago, Dave Van said:

I saw that Renault on the cover.......to bad it's 1/35 scale....may get one anyway. 

I agree Dave, that looks very interesting.  I have the speedster on order.

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I recently saw a photo of Renault FT17 tanks being hauled to the front in the bed of trucks.  Naturally I cannot find the photo now, but I have the 1/35 Meng Renault FT17; and I'm not sure what to do with it.  If the FT17 weighs 14400lbs, would the Liberty Truck be able to haul it?

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