In the same scale as my PzKpfw IV series (around 1:70), this one is 5-wide.
I have no plans of doing a whole series, but the 251 platform was certainly used in a wide range of vehicles!
Time to pack up the gun!
On the road again...
The photos arent too sharp, but I´ve tried to capture som of the details in the construction. Great care was taken to assure that the first and last tracked axles are held in two different heights than the main rolling wheels: (First axle is lifted a plate thickness. The last axle are lifted half(!) a plate thickness (by turning the Technic brick upside-down.))
The whole tracked drive set is held in place only by the last axle and the 3-stud dark grey plate in the bottom.
It looks fragile, but it's no too bad.
Please comment, and feel free to join in with this kind of MOC's in the group "Military Minis" here on MOCpages!
Dude, you seem to come up with great MOC every three days. Your tanks are amazingly detailed, just like your planes. And now these! I didn't know you would be able to build that accurate even in this scale! You should team up with Patrick Siskind and sell your models.
nice 88mm,talking about 88mm im posting my lil changed 88mm,in one of the pics im gona show the 88 shoting down a mini spitfire(o ya im posting a mini spitfire and german fighter and a mini stuka bomber)do you think itsa good idea???
Quoting Alex McKenna
This is fantastic. Definitely a worthy successor to your mini tank series. Please tell me you have a dozen variations of this one lined up too!
Sorry. I dont ;-)
I was looking through the many uses this platform had, but nothing really inspired.
Tomorrow we start our summer vacations. The first two days in Denmark will be in Billund... My wife is already worried about the bank-account... ;-)