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Bronco 1/35 Cruiser Tank Mk.II/IIA/IIIA CS

Bronco 1/35 Cruiser Tank Mk.II/IIA/IIIA CS (A10) kit courtesy of Jane Lu at Bronco Models United Kingdom - World War 2

Chas Kenny13/08/2017 11:30:40
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Steve,

The Bronco A9 is currently wishful thinking. However, Bronco have already released 5 Valentines plus the A10. The A9 must follow, at some stage. British Armour fans are certainly enjoying a Golden Age!

Chas

David Garden13/08/2017 17:05:18
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Yes Bronco have a habit of releasing several variants based on the same chassis.

Chas--I am a bit put off by the tracks too. Hope Bronco come through with an A9 but this time include desert sand skirts.

Looking at new releases though over 1000 parts is getting to be the norm for 1/35 kits. The new Meng Panther A has 1,118 parts and the Miniart T54A about the same number!

Gary Radford14/08/2017 09:31:05
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I picked one up at the IPMS Avon show yesterday, first impressions are it looks a lovely kit. Now where is that Scammell tank transporter???

Gaz

Chas Kenny14/08/2017 16:34:05
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David,

The Bronco tracks are easy. There are a few individual links to go around front and drive wheels. The rest are lengths of tracks. Unlike the Cromwell resin model, the upper run of tracks will be easy to fit because mud guard/track guards are fitted after the tracks have been attached.

Chas

Mark Bannerman09/10/2017 20:46:50
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A wee update - the Bronco kit has been base=painted. And now onto the details...once the weathering begins, it'll mute it down and look less like a Christmas tree smiley

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Scottie09/10/2017 20:49:51
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Mark,

​Very nicely done.

Scottie

joe strenko09/10/2017 23:27:30
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Mark,

Great little build and awesome paint acheme. 👍👍

Joe

Chas Kenny10/10/2017 00:45:06
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An update. The A9 from Bronco is definitely on. I've already placed an order for one.

Chas

David Hewkin10/10/2017 21:36:39
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Nice job on the caunter Mark. I love this series of early war British AFV's and look forward to seeing the releases from Bronco.

David

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