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Post  Jenny Ryan on Wed Mar 23, 2011 10:50 am

Some great looking new releases from Verlinden Productions

2637 1:35 DER PANZERKNACKER
This is a two-figure resin set depicting a pair of heavily armed WWII German soldiers. One is dressed in a styandard trench coat with a camouflage smock over it, and is also wearing a steel helmet and gloves. He is armed with an MG34 machine gun. The socond figure is wearing winter overalls with gloves hanging from his belt, and a standard camouflage smock. His head is bandaged and he is armed with a pair of panzerfausts.


2638 1:35 M113 STOWAGE VIETNAM
This all resin stowage set will load any Vietnam War era M113. It contains various packs, bedrolls, ammo boxes, jerry cans, helmets, and small arms.




2639 1:32 LUFTWAFFE SERVICE CART
This is an all resin kit of a standard WWII Luftwaffe oil service cart. It is composed of 25 highly detailed parts that quickly assemble into a model that measures 10cm long (5.5cm without tow bar) x 3.5cm high x 5.5cm wide. Flex tubing is included for the hoses.


2640 1:35 THE FARM WWII HONEY WAGON
This is a resin kit of a vintage farmyard 'Honey Wagon'. The tank can be installed in the wagon or displayed seperately. The wagon measures 12cm long x 4.5cm high x 5.5cm wide. The tank measures 6.5cm long x 4cm high x 3cm wide. Plastic flexible tubing is included for the hoses.


2641 1:35 US HEAD SET (11) IRAQ-AFGHANISTAN
This is a simple set of resin heads to be used as replacement heads for any suitable figures.


2642 1:35 THE FARM WWII DEAD COWS
Rolling Eyes Maybe they are just sleeping ?


2643 1:35 GERMAN RUINED OLD BUILDING WWII
This is a ceramic architectural element to be incorporated onto a diorama base. The unique design features of this piece indicate that it has been around for generations, evidenced by the repairs and alterations carried out. Due to the damage sustained here, we can assume that it needs some major repairs again. Base not included.




2644 1:35 SHERMAN M4A3 ENGINE & COMPARTMENT (TASCA)
This is an all-resin engine compartment designed to fit in the Tasca M4A3 Sherman kits. The Ford GAA engiune is highly detailed, and can be displayed within the tank or removed for maintenance. Because of the design of the excellent Tasca kit, the engine compartment can easily be viewed through the engine deck hatches and/or the rear plate hatches. Copper wire is included.


2645 1:35 ISRAELI SHERMAN MOVING PRACTICE TARGET


2646 1:35 NEWS CREW IRAQ - AFGHANISTAN
This all-resin two figure set represents an embedded news crew in Afghanistan or Iraq.


2647 1:35 M151 MUTT WAR WAGON VIETNAM
This is an all-resin conversion/stowage set for the Academy or Tamiya M151 Mutt. It comes with 2 auxilliary M60 machine gun mounts, a new .50 cal machione gun & pedestal, and loads of stowage (radios, ammo boxes, jerry cans, packs, bags, small arms, etc.)




2648 1:35 PANZERWERK TIGER I PRODUCTION STAGE 1 BASIC HULL
This is a resin Tiger 1 hull depicted as it would be delivered to the factory for assembly. It can be assembled as a stand alone model, or combined with other VP 'Panzerwerk' series products in a diorama setting.


2649 1:35 THE ROAD TO SIBERIA
This is a three-figure set depicting war weary German soldiers on the Eastern front.


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Re: New from Verlinden Productions

Post  S P Hammerton on Wed Mar 23, 2011 11:07 am

Greetings and Salutations Jenny

I particularly like the M4A3 engine bay set. I've got a couple of Tasca 'A3s in the stash, so I could easily find a home for one of those.

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Re: New from Verlinden Productions

Post  G Cooper on Wed Mar 23, 2011 8:48 pm

Those stowage sets look pretty nice. And depending on the price you can get them for, something I might consider gettin two or three of just to have around for cluttering up and filling empty space. And the Sherman engine set also looks nice. And that Tiger hull is sort of interesting, but I'm affraid to ask the price affraid .


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Re: New from Verlinden Productions

Post  Jaymes Crowther on Thu Mar 24, 2011 12:10 am

That Range target looks great I cannot wait to see that..

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Re: New from Verlinden Productions

Post  John T on Thu Mar 24, 2011 12:49 pm

I also like the look of that moving target shermy. But I'm wondering - who's the poor joker who gets to drive one of these while his mates shoot at him!

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Re: New from Verlinden Productions

Post  Jenny Ryan on Thu Mar 24, 2011 1:11 pm

I presume it is just the upper hull that is in the set , supply your own chassis . scratch

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Re: New from Verlinden Productions

Post  Jaymes Crowther on Mon Mar 28, 2011 12:37 pm

Yepp no doubt you will have too!. One problem that he's designed it on an A1 but photos of it show the range target being an A3

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Re: New from Verlinden Productions

Post  S P Hammerton on Mon Mar 28, 2011 12:47 pm

Newfish wrote:Yepp no doubt you will have too!. One problem that he's designed it on an A1 but photos of it show the range target being an A3

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That is not an A1 hull Jaymes.

The A1's a rounded cast hull, not welded.

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Re: New from Verlinden Productions

Post  Jaymes Crowther on Mon Mar 28, 2011 3:15 pm

I see what you mean mate.

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Re: New from Verlinden Productions

Post  S P Hammerton on Mon Mar 28, 2011 3:35 pm

Hi Jaymes

Sherman types are a nightmare to keep track of.

The only one you can be sure of is the A1 because of the cast hull.

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Re: New from Verlinden Productions

Post  Jaymes Crowther on Mon Mar 28, 2011 5:30 pm

This is what I'm waffling about.


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Re: New from Verlinden Productions

Post  S P Hammerton on Mon Mar 28, 2011 6:03 pm

That's definitely an M4A3 all right, you can tell by the flat glacis plate.

The US had the A3 as their version of choice because it had eliminated the shot-traps created by the Driver/CoDriver hoods.

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