Sexy Models

Sadly not the 2 legged kind....

But would anybody know where i can get a model kit of an AS90 from?

I think 1/35 is normal military model scale, i've tried ebay, not much luck.

Thanks

GB
 
goon_bde said:
Sadly not the 2 legged kind....

But would anybody know where i can get a model kit of an AS90 from?

I think 1/35 is normal military model scale, i've tried ebay, not much luck.

Thanks

GB
Try here

AS90[hr]
 

FluffyBunny

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The Accurate Armour kits are beautifully made, but you'll notice the AS90 is about £ 75.

If you've never made a resin & metal kit before, it's well worth having a good read of the FAQs on the site, and perhaps a few issues of Military Modelling to get a few tips.

Bloomin' expensive if you get it wrong. . . .
 

mastergnr

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i can cofirm the model kits at Bovvy are less than twenty five quid....and not bad quality either
 

mastergnr

Old-Salt
i can cofirm the model kits at Bovvy are less than twenty five quid....and not bad quality either
 

bovvy

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donkeywallop said:
I did see the models in the Tank museum at Bovington. they might be able to help
mastergnr said:
i can cofirm the model kits at Bovvy are less than twenty five quid....and not bad quality either
I was tempted to add my fivepenn'rth about the Tank Museum gift-shop last night, but feared people might think I'm on commission, because I bring it up so often (and also not sure AS90's were their thing), so glad someone else did.

Edited because I put SA90!!!! :oops:
 

bovvy

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donkeywallop said:
And i was there with my kids, not looking at the model section and not enjoying myself, honest
You're not local, then? (My only connection). But, from your username, you must be Cav or ex-Cav.
 
I've recently built a trumpeter AS90 in 1/35th not very hard to build.
 

donkeywallop

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No not local and definatly not Cav. I was on holiday and kids wanted to look round. Not bad reallly, Firepower could learn a lot from them.
 

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