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Re: Wargames South

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Those three would look lovely on my German AFVs' shelf! I keep saying it but it's true.
Your vehicle builds are a constant inspiration. :mrgreen:
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Cromwells.
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Cromwells.
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Cromwells.
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Cromwells.
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Re: Wargames South

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Lovely stuff! The Cromwell is one of my favourites and I'd love to do one, one day. Your work is tremendously inspiring.

I was recently watching a video of the erstwhile popped-collar commentator, Lindybeige. One of his pieces mentions Cromwells employing a very novel way of fording a canal under fire. Definitely worth a listen if you have a couple of minutes! :o

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmqqrtChc40

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That was very interesting. A mild steel training tank? I would have exchanged it for a real one I think. :)

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250/1 halftracks.
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250/1 halftracks.
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250/1 halftracks.
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