New article: The Soviet BREM-1 Armoured Recovery Vehicle

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New article: The Soviet BREM-1 Armoured Recovery Vehicle

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There's a new article on the website, about a Soviet Cold War era armoured recovery vehicle, based on the T-72 chassis:
https://sotcw.co.uk/the-soviet-brem-1-a ... y-vehicle/
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great link
spookily enough just been looking into doing a conversion for the numerous diecast ones out there.
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sandsmodels wrote: 18 Mar 2020, 19:03 spookily enough just been looking into doing a conversion for the numerous diecast ones out there.
That would be a cool kit, though to be honest, I'd still rather have a bridgelayer. There's just something about bridgelayers :)
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Russell Phillips wrote: 18 Mar 2020, 19:12
sandsmodels wrote: 18 Mar 2020, 19:03 spookily enough just been looking into doing a conversion for the numerous diecast ones out there.
That would be a cool kit, though to be honest, I'd still rather have a bridgelayer. There's just something about bridgelayers :)
thanks.
what t55 or t72 bridgelayer!
still tweeking the moulds for 3 of them for cold war.
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