oh this R/C tank... i have some other pics of it in my comp, he even has a panther D. and anshulac, is this the StuG III u were talking about?
The American WayThis man's life must be a living hell. He probably falls asleep to the sound of his muffled sobs and wakes up to his own shrieks.[/QUOTE] [quote=run for the gun]he can always wake up and play with his RC tank
Haha, that really made me laugh. Nice one!
Schweigeroh this R/C tank... i have some other pics of it in my comp, he even has a panther D. and anshulac, is this the StuG III u were talking about?
I think it is, looks big enough.
if i rmemeber right there shoudlbe a tiger and king tifer model on the 1/16 scale....heh i remeber when i was 16 saving up all my pay checks to pay for a 1/32 scale RC tiger.....heh didnt go through though.....figured im not good enough of a modeler
Tamiya has a whole selection of 1/16th scale and there is a whole market for 1/16th sacale R/C tank "Garage Kits".
tamayia also makes some damn good models.....plastic is pretty though to break
Want Tanks? Go Here! They even have a "Proving ground" to have your tanks in mock battles
I have the 1/16" Tamiya Pershing. man is this thing cool!!!
I build tons of military models. so i thought i would take a crack at one of these bad boys. took three months to put together, well over 1000 parts. Full sounds. Full action, including nice functioning susupension. and to top that off, you can add the Tamiya battle system and have battles using infared. When hit the tank could be knocked out. they do take into account crude armor values. IE: light, med. and heavy tank. and there is a place here in colorado that you can battle almost every weekend. The thing was pricey though. The tank was 540.00usd. controller was 125.00usd, and paint/supplys/batteries add about 75-100usd. not that cheap, but fun as hell
those are some serious models. 1/72 scale is mostly for kids but 1/16 and up and you start looking at some serious hobists . last nigth i found ready made 1/16 models of sherman and tiger 1 at wallmart on clearance for $9.00 each . they are the motorworks diecasr series that wally sells normallly for $50 eacch. not as detailed as tamiya as far ar having suspensions and all but for the price they still look good on top of the bookcase .
I use mine For RC infared battles. he he he, its fun as hell