The Long March of the tin men continues, and I still have quite a few chappies in police blue, police green, khaki, green and khaki, and just in plain mufti, to shift. However, I thought I'd vary the task by extracting some armour from the incredible cabinet of Herr Doktor Front, which is beginning to take on aspects of the Tardis. A variety of scales and makes, but all designed for the table top, not the competition table:
A conversion, foreground, involving the ancient Airfix Stug III, backed by, at left, a refurb on an Airfix Grant I made in the early 1970s, an Armourfast Pz III, and a tiny (Peter Pig?) CV35.
Armourfast based NZ ambulance conversion on the left, the refurb Grants, resin French armour from 1940 (I can't remember the make), and behind the Grants, an Esci Jagdtiger that I built long ago in 1985 - massive, and useless on the table top.
Different scales above, with a large Italian Social Republic Dingo take-off, captured M.13/40 (the Aussie's first armour), and a nice resin Polish tankette.
Lancias for 28mm, with the odd addition in the shape of upper engine armour and anti-grenade net (made out of a tea strainer).
Finally, kit that, had things gone badly for old Blighty, might have clashed.