Well lets start off with my personal favourite the Tank! the Leopard 2 A6(M) according to the Revell box. But as with nearly all the tanks it's Oronegrean built and bred. The kit was a bit of a hassel to build certainly the solid tracks were not nice to put together and I failed misserably at doing the whole warming and bending thing. (one worked OK but the rest snapped and have been glued into place). Another problem was the garage clear out that took place half way through construction meaning that the decals were lost and now are possibly out with the rest of the rubbish. So the tank has no markings or licence plates that would have been nice to add but one problem can be another opportunity. This tank because of its unique camouflage can be an Oronegrean tank, a German one or another nations tank. certainly what decals would have given the tank aesthetically is made up with new found usability.
|a soldier for scale purposes... no decals but that doesn't bother me. it just makes this all the more usable.|
|this one was an interesting build with all the many parts... not the hardest kit I've made but not an easy one|
|noo the table is showing I thought I had got all shots with only white background|
|the required "propoganda" shot|
Now this lynx came with helicopter magazine... I had a difficult choice as I had to choose between the lynx or a German eurotiger (would have gone well with the Leopard) but as I have an apache kit I thought another transport would be better and the missiles gave this one the edge. Now I do have a comparison shot later of both Lynx (what is the plural?) so you can see the difference.
|this is a nice diecast, although I have had to cut and glue a few things here, I clearly got the runt of the litter.|
|sorry about the lighting|
|still too dark but you can see the camo pattern reasonably well.|
|Rebels beware more forces have joined the goverments cause.|