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"John Barager" <gogetta20-at-hotmail.com>
Re: Anyone considered Tin?
Mon, 29 Nov 2004 04:02:17 -0400
1/6th. And actually, it wouldn't be any bigger then the T-34 or Tiger. Plus
it has alot of advantages (Narrow forward profile, lots of space, etc.).
And as I am apparetly an expert in the A7V, I thought it would be easy (And
it will be).
Besides, durring WW1, the A7V scored something like a 13:1 kill ratio
against Allied tanks, don;t you agree it would be fitting to have it fight
Anyway... yea, I'm seriously considering rivited aluminum, besides, it would
add the metalic part to it.
- John "Boxy German Tanks are my fetish, lol" Barager
PS: for those who're interested, I'm making an exact external 1/6th replica
of A7V 561 "Nixe", who was the first tank ever to fight with and to destroy
another tank in combat.
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From: "chris barthelson" <barthelson88-at-hotmail.com>
Subject: Re: Anyone considered Tin?
Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2004 17:23:24 +1030
I was thinking of using tin for my next tank. I think tin would work well
because its pretty easy to work with and is rather strong. I would say
alluminium would be better because it's lighter but it's also more
expensive. I considered making an A7V at one stage, they certainly look
cool. What scale are you making yours in? it would be rather big at 1/6
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