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Revell of Germany Lkw Wolf
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California, United States
Joined: October 21, 2007
KitMaker: 3,684 posts
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Posted: Saturday, April 18, 2009 - 02:10 PM UTC
Rob van Kan takes a look at the Lkw 'Wolf', a light all-terrain vehicle in 1/35 scale by Revell of Germany.

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England - South West, United Kingdom
Joined: January 06, 2007
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Posted: Saturday, April 18, 2009 - 02:28 PM UTC
good review, although mine didnt come with any sink marks on the wheels, so i would have probably given it an 80, the top is a bit horrible, but i think it would be pretty easy to scratch?
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Newfoundland, Canada
Joined: December 08, 2005
KitMaker: 1,357 posts
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Posted: Saturday, April 18, 2009 - 02:42 PM UTC
I bought two of these kits and both are chopped up now. I bought the Azimut conversion sets for http://www.phpshopxml.com/azimut.shop/CID/758e373ab3ab8157fccf6d273f7f5e34/function/itemPageDisplay/shopItemCode/AZI35170 which I hope to make into a Dutch MB 290
and the
http://www.phpshopxml.com/azimut.shop/CID/758e373ab3ab8157fccf6d273f7f5e34/function/itemPageDisplay/shopItemCode/AZI35110 or search Azimut site for AZI35110 and AZI35170, which I will make into the French Panhard Special Forces vehicle.
I really like the way Azimut made it so simple to extend the frame and body parts with minimal surgery.
Like you said, it is the only game in town if you build in 1/35th.
Oh and thanks to Frenchy for helping me understand these vehicles.
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Cosenza, Italy
Joined: December 20, 2008
KitMaker: 130 posts
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Posted: Saturday, April 18, 2009 - 03:33 PM UTC
Thanks for publishing my review. I may have been a bit harsh but this was one subject I wanted a lot myself. It's sad then to see that you'll have to deck the thing out with aftermarket just to be acceptable.
Thanks for the links to the Azimut stuff. That looks great. I've done some browsing for pictures and I might give it a go out-of-box with minor adaptations. Too bad about those tyres though... I may try to give them some 'air' by loading them with wire to act like a spring.
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Florida, United States
Joined: October 17, 2003
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Posted: Sunday, April 19, 2009 - 08:35 PM UTC
Good review Rob.
I too, have the kit, but I picked up one of the Azimut conversions for it, #35199, came with resin tires and wheels, so you can have my kit ones if you want them. Just PM me your address, and I'll pop them in the mail.
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Cosenza, Italy
Joined: December 20, 2008
KitMaker: 130 posts
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Posted: Monday, April 20, 2009 - 03:09 PM UTC
Thanks for the kind words and the offer. But I'll work with the tyres and I need to cover one wheel anyway (the spare). So the wheel with the moulding error will not be visible.
And with the Italian postal service as it is, I wouldn't ask anyone to send me anything anyway...