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A fussy kit, but worth the effort, the running gear/suspension is very complete (and complex) the base shows a mostly level, dry spot, where the St Chamond was at it’s best
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Craig Abrahamson said on March 10, 2015
Nicely finished and photographed, sir.
Rob Pollock said on March 10, 2015
I saw one of these kits both on show and for sale at the East of England show weekend before last. Yours is a fine example.
Frank Cronin said on March 10, 2015
Very Nicely done. Great paint work and it is perfectly displayed.
Merrill Anderson said on March 11, 2015
Both the St Chamond and it’s French ‘competetor’, the Schneider, used as a basis the US Holt tractor. Both were the French idea of a heavy tank, a field gun under armor, Neither was particularly manuverable, as a result, there are lots of photos of St Chamonds destroyed by German artillery, still, they were better than the German A7V.
Mike Maynard said on March 11, 2015
Nice work, an unusual piece of armor. The tracks and paint scheme are look very realistic.
George Williams said on March 12, 2015
These early tanks make interesting models, good work, Merrill.
Bernd Müller said on March 14, 2015
Great build and very nice presented, love it !
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