I'm back with a new model! The sdkfz 250, one of my all time favorite WW2 vehicles. I tried to build one back in May but couldn't past the fenders. But after Brick World I found new inspiration and after tons of stumped, frustrating, fun, head scratching hours I present it to you. . . .
Most of the head scratching was on the front nose armor, but I think it turned out great! =D
Yes, they are attached. No, they are not glued. of course there is a driver inside!
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Rear door closed.
Rear door open.
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With my Panzer 3 for size comparison
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As always, thanks for looking I will be back soon with an other vehicle!
Quoting zachary tigchelaar
good but the stud across is not long its is like 6 but it is poss to be 10 or 8 so but its good i would buy it if i could. good size for movies not good for modal but good good good job
Wow just a sec, this is a 250 not a 251 if it was a 251 it would need to be 8 studs across. I think it's pretty smack on! Look, I didn't just see a picture and then slap it together. I did my research and looked at TONS of pictures to make sure that the size was as close as possible. Why is it good for movies but not for a model? Do they need to be bigger for movies and smaller for models? I don't understand, please explain! Why was it not worthy of 4 or 5 stars? Were the studs across bad enough to rate it that low? The rest of the model isn't good enough to off set the wrong width, you say "good, good, good model" so am I one "good" away from a LIKE? I don't understand so please elaborate!
Quoting Mudskipper 4
Well fine, if nobody else wants to comment, I'M sure gonna. Man, this thing is a doozy. Killer shape, dead-on accuracy, awesome choice of vehicle. Lovin' it. Glad to know the designer personally...