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Sunday, November 12, 2017 - 04:29 AM UTC
FC Model Trend has eight new resin bases that you may use to display your built armor kits.
  • 35401 "Iron Cross" Cobblestone Base
  • 35404 "Panzer Badge" Cobblestone Base
  • 35405 "Soviet Guard" Cobblestone Base
  • 35406 "Brunete" (Spanish Armoured Division) Cobblestone Base
  • 35407 "Infantería" (Spanish Infantry Units Emblem) Cobblestone Base
  • 35408 "Caballería" (Spanish Cavalry Units Emblem) Cobblestone Base
  • 35409 "Artillería" (Spanish Artillery Units Emblem) Cobblestone Base
  • 35410 "Royal Tank Regiment" Cobblestone Base
All the above are PU resin bases, 26.5cm by 18.5cm in size. Each set depicts a cobblestone street including a different insignia and medal reproductions as a decorative element. Both pieces are provided separately so the modeler can decide where to place the emblem.

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Interesting. This company has gone from flat paper labels, magazines, etc. to resin now. The including of the badges is an interesting addition. I wonder what the level of quality is?
NOV 12, 2017 - 08:20 PM
Very interesting !!!
NOV 15, 2017 - 08:03 AM

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