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Thursday, October 12, 2017 - 12:10 PM GMT+7
Black Dog has sent Armorama News of several new items hitting the market from this Resin Manufacturer. For starters Black Dog is offering the Australian Mercedes 6x6 in two differing sets. Take a look inside for more details on what is on the way.
Black Dog is offering the Australian Mercedes 6x6 as a complete kit and with the addition of stowage as an option. The M113 gets an offering of a major conversion to an Australian M113 ALV; this is aimed at the Tamiya kit and so also suitable for the Academy offering. Again this is offered in two options with one listed as a BIG set. The rest of the products are listed below.

T35204 - 135 Australian Mercedes 6x6 complet kit - 76,50

T35205 - 135 Australian Mercedes 6x6 complet kit big set - 93,50

T35206 - 135 Australian M 113 ALV conversion set for Tamiya - 44,00

T35207 - 135 Australian M 113 ALV big set conversion set for Tamiya - 52,50

T35208 - 135 Australian container - 18,50

T35209 - 135 Engine LAV 25 (Trumpeter) for Trumpeter - 22,00

T35210 - 135 Engine M 1025 Humvee (Tamiya) for Tamiya - 18,50

T35211 - 135 M 561 Gama Goat fire truck V2 conversion set for Tamiya - 23,50

T35212 - 135 Marder II Sd.Kfz 131 acessories set - for Dragon - 23,50
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The M113 ALV needs a conversion for the conversion to make it vaguely accurate. Can't believe that Black Dog let it out. It's not like there are a shortage of photos out there of a real vehicle.
OCT 12, 2017 - 11:14 PM
This Mercedes 6x6 looks like a lot to Land Rover 6x6 also released by Blackdog.
OCT 13, 2017 - 12:03 AM
Hi guys, What do you think ? Will that lav engine also fit in an Italeri model of a LAV ? Ge
OCT 13, 2017 - 12:17 AM
You can make anything fit if you swear at it enough...
OCT 13, 2017 - 12:29 AM
Any links to those pictures?
OCT 13, 2017 - 01:28 AM
Ahh spoken like a true Aussie...
OCT 13, 2017 - 11:02 AM
Any links to those pictures?[/quote] If you have the Photobucket debacle workaround you can see some like these here: LINK Note the position and size of the cargo tie down loops in these pics to the grossly oversized BD ones.... Why go to all the trouble to make a multi-part conversion that uses very little of the original kit and what it does use, being incorrect anyway? With all the resin here, why not just make the whole kit?
OCT 13, 2017 - 11:08 AM
No , this variant just entered service with (only) the regional force surveillance units and are not generally liked compared to the vehicles they replaced. Al
OCT 13, 2017 - 11:50 AM
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