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Post  Jenny Ryan on Thu Jan 22, 2009 10:32 am

Some new stuff from Griffon , if you have a M 16 Half Track then you will want this .


S-BPL35001 1/35 WW II American M16 Multiple Gun Motor Carriage Royal Edition
Other: This 1/35 extra full detail jumbo package includes
(1)Photoetched Fret * 12
(2)Metal M2 Machine Gun Barrel * 4
(3)Metal Cooling Jacket for M2 Machine Gun * 4
(4)Decal for Dashboard * 1
(5)Auxiliary Material: ABS Rod, Copper Wire
Suit for Dragon 6381 Kit

Detail Summary
(1) 4* M2 HB Metal Barrel Inside
(2)Full Set of Engine Compartment Hood with Round Rivets Depict Screw Slot
(3)Battlefield Modified Jerry Can Racks
(4)True-to-Scale Rear Vehicle Stowage
(5)Provide 2 Types of Instrument Panel (Late & Early) with Decal
(6)Provide 2 Types of Cab Floor & Gear Levers Arrangement (Late & Early)
(7)Radio Cover and Ammo Chest Storage
(8)True-to-Scale Thickness Fighting Compartment Folding Armor Plates
(9)True-to-Scale Thickness Hinged Armor Plates of the Multiple Cal..50 Machine Gun Mount M45
(10)Add Rich Details on the Multiple Cal..50 Machine Gun Mount M45
(11)Add Details on the 200 Rounds Cal..50 Ammo Chest M2
(12)Add Some Notable Details on the Rear Suspension
A. Large Oval Cut-Out on the Both Side of the Bogie And Frame Assembly
B. Small Drain Hole on the Both Side of the Bogie And Frame Assembly
C. Securing Bolts on the Return Roller Arms
D. Exhaust Pipe Support
These Added Details Can Feature:
1.The Standard Type of Rear Suspension with Spring Loaded Idler
2.The Hybrid Type of Rear Suspension with Spring Loaded Idler



BPL35005 1/35 WW II American M16 Multiple Gun Motor Carriage Premium Edition
Same as the Royal edition but without the Brass .50 cal barrels.



L35026 WW II American M16 Multiple Gun Motor Carriage
The same as the premium but without the bonnet fittings .



L35A037 1/35 Update Set for Driver’s Compartment of WW II American M2 / M3 Half-Track Series (All Variants)



L35A036 1/35 Engine Compartment Hood for WW II American M2 / M3 Half-Track Series (All Variants)



L35A035 1/35 Update Set for Rear Suspension with Spring Loaded Idler of WW II American Half-Track Series



L35A034 1/35 Rear Vehicle Stowage & Battlefield Modified Jerry Can Racks for WW II American M16 / M13 MGMC

Well who wants the full M16 set ?

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I Want one!

Post  Shaggy on Thu Jan 22, 2009 6:02 pm

ME! I always liked the M16, and that set would make for a quick little weekend project Shocked
Serioulsy, that would be the way to do one. Wonder what it will cost? I also like the different packages you can get, interesting marketing strategy.

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Re: New from Griffon

Post  Guest on Fri Jan 23, 2009 2:50 am

I'm surprised there hasn't been something from Lions Roar for the M16 since they have so much for the M2/M2A1. This looks neat, I'll let someone else go first.

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Re: New from Griffon

Post  Jenny Ryan on Fri Jan 23, 2009 3:03 am

Moon Puppy wrote:I'm surprised there hasn't been something from Lions Roar for the M16 since they have so much for the M2/M2A1. This looks neat, I'll let someone else go first.

I would put money on its imminence Wink

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Did you see the price????

Post  Shaggy on Sat Jan 24, 2009 6:14 am

I just checked Lucky Models website, and the cost for the royal set is US$120! Shocked Shocked Shocked
Wow, I love when the detail set is double the kit price.
but I still want it Embarassed

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Re: New from Griffon

Post  Jenny Ryan on Sat Jan 24, 2009 6:27 am

Bob Muckley wrote:I just checked Lucky Models website, and the cost for the royal set is US$120! Shocked Shocked Shocked
Wow, I love when the detail set is double the kit price.
but I still want it Embarassed

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The set without the .50 Cal barrels is heaps cheaper & I am sure there are heaps cheaper barrels .

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Re: New from Griffon

Post  Shaggy on Sat Jan 24, 2009 5:57 pm

Yeah, I noticed that, too. It's like half the price, 4 barrels shouldn't cost 50 bucks!

But there's nothing like an unpainted model with all the brass, right? I'd be afraid to paint something like that! geek

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Massive set! now if we just had one in 1/16 scale

Post  Panzer on Fri Feb 06, 2009 11:35 pm

Massive set! now if we just had one in 1/16 scale.
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