Sweet New Toy.

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Sweet New Toy.

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Not much talk in the New World Section so I will start up a small conversation,

She is one of the Stug IIIs that appeared in Band Of Brothers as well as a few other movies. Hope you all have a great 2008!

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That's awesome. What's the speed?
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Sturmgeist wrote:That's awesome. What's the speed?
never mind that , it looks awesome and i bet its easy to park outside walmart
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Re: Sweet New Toy.

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Yes, it is very easy to park outside of walmart. goes through sedans and SUV's Like butta.



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P.S and Brenadan, I dont know what its been clocked at yet but ive seen some youtube footage of us screwing around with it and it screws pretty fast.

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Hi, I realize I'm posting here really late, but just found the forum. This one belongs with to the 9th SS, correct? It looks great, and honestly, I don't understand why some entrepreneur in Britain isn't making more of these. With legit German armor impossible to find, converting the British post-war stuff this well would seem to be a decent business - for collectors and museums. Hope to see this one in action one day. Danke! 8)

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It would be good to make more and make them available, But from what i here its alot of work to convert....


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Wow! What a small toy. Good job posting.
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Nachtjager wrote:Hi, I realize I'm posting here really late, but just found the forum. This one belongs with to the 9th SS, correct? It looks great, and honestly, I don't understand why some entrepreneur in Britain isn't making more of these. With legit German armor impossible to find, converting the British post-war stuff this well would seem to be a decent business - for collectors and museums. Hope to see this one in action one day. Danke! 8)
There is one and here's his workshop near Gatwick airport....

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LAH- Obergrenadier wrote:
There is one and here's his workshop near Gatwick airport....
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Any jobs going working with you H, that would be my dream job lol ;-)

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