Re: Austin "Tilly"
Just as a side note "Model Military International" has a
article comparing/ constructing the two 1/48 scale Tilly's
from Tamiya and Alteri. has a few protoype photos.
Believe it is the June issue (takes about 2 months to get to
Canada from England)
-- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "charles schuster" <chasschuster@...> wrote:
> G'Day All!
> Slightly out of topic but maybe of interest to Oz NGers.
> I found (on a recent trip to the USA) a useful 1940's into the 1950's 1/48 Tamiya Military Miniature Series #62 "British Light Utility Car - 10HP" or "Tilly" which might be of use in On3o scenery/diorams or as a wreck in a farm yard or in the bush.
> Review of the model is on......
- It would be in the July issue - it's mentioned on the next issue
preview page at the back of the June issue, which went on sale
hereabouts a couple of weeks ago. There was also an excellent in-
depth article in Military Modelling a couple of years ago, based on
the Accurate Armour 1:35 kit.
De Selby Research
On 2/08/2009, at 3:19 AM, email@example.com wrote:
> Just as a side note "Model Military International" has a
> article comparing/ constructing the two 1/48 scale Tilly's
> from Tamiya and Alteri. has a few protoype photos.
> Believe it is the June issue (takes about 2 months to get to
> Canada from England)