MK72 manufactures kits in the Revell - Maco style. It has a small range of German half-tracks all based on the same chassis.
This kit went together relatively easily to begin with, however I got bogged down in the small details and vague instructions. The tracks were tricky too, an unusual fit. they come in a continuous length and supposed to be pliable enough to fit around the drive and rear wheels. The first one was poor the other wasn't too bad as I knew what to expect. But both were either too long or too short. I'll use them link and length style next time as their detail is good.
Excellent detail though with a good number of parts and decals left over for the spares box. I added some details myself,wire, plastic card and etch, the aerial, handle on rear door, the width indicators and rear view wing mirror.
This particular vehicle was operated by the L.A.H. in France late 1944.
Post finished models here. Polite and constructive comments please.
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