British armoured cars for Syria 1941

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Richard B.
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British armoured cars for Syria 1941

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Built and painted straight out of the box/packet, some added stowage.
These will probably become Yorkshire Yeomanry in one of our Christmas games

Matchbox Humber II
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Frontline Rolls Royce (new Vickers)
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Both Together
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"“Sir with the compliments of my officer, your shooting was excellent – you killed four of our men”!
Un-named Traillieur to an artillery officer at R`Fakah, Morocco, Feb. 29th, 1908

CarlL
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Great paint job. I like the Frontline RR Armoured Car. The change of MG in turret is not one I have tried.
CarlL

Richard B.
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CarlL wrote:
02 Nov 2019, 16:18
Great paint job. I like the Frontline RR Armoured Car. The change of MG in turret is not one I have tried.
CarlL
The one in the turret was broken, so I had to improvise ;)
"“Sir with the compliments of my officer, your shooting was excellent – you killed four of our men”!
Un-named Traillieur to an artillery officer at R`Fakah, Morocco, Feb. 29th, 1908

CarlL
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Re: British armoured cars for Syria 1941

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Richard,
I have obviously been more lucky as bought five from Frontline and none broken! But resin is fragile.
CarlL

Richard B.
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Re: British armoured cars for Syria 1941

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Both A/Cs came as swaps from that lovely man Alan Hamilton (for planes I thinK??)

So he may have owned the Frontline rolls for a while, it has certainly been kicking around my cupboard for nearly a year, so i may have caused the damage :oops:
"“Sir with the compliments of my officer, your shooting was excellent – you killed four of our men”!
Un-named Traillieur to an artillery officer at R`Fakah, Morocco, Feb. 29th, 1908

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