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Post-War T-34-85 in 1/35 scale
flyeven
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Posted: Saturday, March 17, 2012 - 03:29 AM UTC
Dear all,

why there aren't kit boxes in 1/35 scale of the post-war T-34-85 They have been sold or supplied to more than 30 different states: Warsaw Pact states, Europe states, Mid-East states, Asia-Pacific states, Africa states and Cuba
Hope that Bronco/MiniArt can in the future release good, accurete and detailed 1/35 scale models of the:
T-34-85 Model 1946
T-34-85 Model 1960
T-35-85 Model 1969
And why not the Egyptan Army T-122 and Syrian Army T-34 122mm D-30 self-propelled howitzer.
All in styrene, no resin or conversions.
Sorrey for may poor English.

JosÚ CÚsar
goldnova72
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Posted: Saturday, March 17, 2012 - 03:37 AM UTC
I believe Dragon has a Korean war version of the T34-85 but whether there are up grades to the tank or just decals I don't know ( I seem to remember later style wheels ? )
chefchris
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Posted: Saturday, March 17, 2012 - 03:47 AM UTC

And why not the Egyptan Army T-122 and Syrian Army T-34 122mm D-30 self-propelled howitzer.
All in styrene, no resin or conversions.
Sorrey for may poor English.

JosÚ CÚsar [/quote]
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Accurate Armour does both the T34-100 and T34-122 and they are quite nice, but yes they are resin.... Pond models also did the t34-122 but its quality isn't great.

Dragon made the T34 model 69 and it does include the Starfish wheels.

Ark models still has the T34 with the post war ventilators (I think??)

Chris
flyeven
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Posted: Saturday, March 17, 2012 - 03:50 AM UTC

Quoted Text

I believe Dragon has a Korean war version of the T34-85 but whether there are up grades to the tank or just decals I don't know ( I seem to remember later style wheels ? )


Thanks Jim Ripley! Probabli just decals.
For a tank build in sheer numbers post-war are so bad represented

Sorrey for may poor English,

JosÚ CÚsar
flyeven
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Posted: Saturday, March 17, 2012 - 03:55 AM UTC

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And why not the Egyptan Army T-122 and Syrian Army T-34 122mm D-30 self-propelled howitzer.
All in styrene, no resin or conversions.
Sorrey for may poor English.

JosÚ CÚsar


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Accurate Armour does both the T34-100 and T34-122 and they are quite nice, but yes they are resin.... Pond models also did the t34-122 but its quality isn't great.

Dragon made the T34 model 69 and it does include the Starfish wheels.

Ark models still has the T34 with the post war ventilators (I think??)

Chris [/quote]
Thanks Chris Smith Jr, but I'm hope for more accurate model kit them the old Dragon kit. I think MiniArt could bring out all these versions.

JosÚ CÚsar
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Posted: Saturday, March 17, 2012 - 04:25 AM UTC


I'd like to see a Type 63 SPAAG. Come one Trumpeter or Hobby Boss, you know you want to.
flyeven
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Posted: Saturday, March 17, 2012 - 07:40 AM UTC

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I'd like to see a Type 63 SPAAG. Come one Trumpeter or Hobby Boss, you know you want to.



Yes ComradMP. Must have.

JosÚ CÚsar
flyeven
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Posted: Saturday, March 17, 2012 - 07:42 AM UTC

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Dear all,

why there aren't kit boxes in 1/35 scale of the post-war T-34-85 They have been sold or supplied to more than 30 different states: Warsaw Pact states, Europe states, Mid-East states, Asia-Pacific states, Africa states and Cuba
Hope that Bronco/MiniArt can in the future release good, accurete and detailed 1/35 scale models of the:
T-34-85 Model 1946
T-34-85 Model 1960
T-35-85 Model 1969
Type 63 SPAAG
And why not the Egyptan Army T-122 and Syrian Army T-34 122mm D-30 self-propelled howitzer.
All in styrene, no resin or conversions.
Sorrey for may poor English.

JosÚ CÚsar


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markdrake
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Posted: Sunday, April 01, 2012 - 11:46 PM UTC
I've got DML #6066 T-34/85 Mod. 1944, late WWII era I guess but was willing to fake it as an Egyptian piece.
clay_cliff
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Posted: Friday, April 27, 2012 - 02:07 PM UTC
What about this Cuban T-34?



The gun is a 122 mm D-30. Best regards.

JosÚ.
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