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Lego WW2 Armor
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They missed some:
Lego Sheridan...

www2p.biglobe.ne.jp/~s...aka350.htm


More at:

www2p.biglobe.ne.jp/~s...kas00a.htm

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HEY!!!

Wheres the 'LEGO ONTOS'....!!! Crying or Very sad

I had to ask!! Rolling Eyes

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Lego Ontos? I have not find anything yet....but I would think someone could put one together...these guys have their own free open source 3D Lego CAD software.


Only a matter of time....
So%20Don%20doesn't%20feel%20left%20out: [img]http://us-p.vclart.net/vcl/Artists/jonwI%27/ontos.jpg[/img]
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I thought Doug would have a Lego ACAV posted on here!

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I thought Doug would have a Lego ACAV posted on here!


That's "MIGHTY M113 GAVIN" to you, Bud! Wink
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Hope we can accept playing with Lego toys is a step to scale modeling.
This is my younger son's project - FV603 Saladin Armoured Car.
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HEY!!!

Wheres the 'LEGO ONTOS'....!!! Crying or Very sad

I had to ask!! Rolling Eyes


Where's the lego Gavin - oops <ducks>

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Old thread and new projects - created by my son during two days of Easter vacations...

A34 Comet Mk.I
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And M4?? Sherman - obviously a strange vehicle variant I can not identify.
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That is obviously an early version of the Berlin Brigade camo pattern

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