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Autoblindo Lancia 1ZM
2nd Special Squadron, Ethiopia, 1936
Copper State Models 1/35
Exquisite fit, great detail, great work by CSM.
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Bill Koppos said on February 15, 2021
Nice job on an Interesting A/C. Like the early ones. Solid tyres?
Dunno about those vision ports, looks like you could slip a grenade in there.
Bogdan Ionete said on February 15, 2021
Don't know if the tyres were solid or not. 😑
1ZM was created around 1916, so...
Bill Koppos said on February 17, 2021
kind of like the longevity of the Rolls-Royce armored cars
Michel Verschuere said on February 15, 2021
Great work, @ioneteb, I like what I see my friend! Great weathering too!
Tom Cleaver said on February 15, 2021
Nice work, particularly the weathering.
George Williams said on February 16, 2021
Once a great car company, multiple winner of the World Rally Championship, you don't see many Lancias these days, but if they did a modern version of this they might be onto a winner. Nice finish and weathering on this unusual model, definitely liked.
Spiros Pendedekas said on February 16, 2021
An amazing result, Bogdan.
I love Lancias.
DE4EVER said on February 17, 2021
🙂 ... Greetings ... 🙂 :
Beautiful work on this model Bogdan.
Nice weathering, to tell you the truth ... it is somewhat a shame to see this one on it's
own. This one will look well in place on a diorama, where the surroundings and figures
will give a sense of size and design.
She already is weathered.
Bogdan Ionete said on February 17, 2021
maybe, and I say maybe, I will make a base for this car.
John Healy said on February 17, 2021
Nicely done. This is an interesting vehicle. Thanks for sharing.
Reinhard Spreitzhofer said on February 17, 2021
Love it! Turned out great! On my to-do list in the future for my planned homeland collection. The Austrian army used the Lancia post WW1.
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