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 1/16 tanks from Hobby Engine

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hachleopard2
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PostSubject: 1/16 tanks from Hobby Engine   Sun Dec 27, 2015 5:09 pm

1/16 tanks from Hobby Engine. Distributor: Squadron Hobby (Texas) on sale $97 US



M1A2 Abrams desert color with a lot of accessories


Motor and gear. Small motor but fast


Controler


under turret


suspension systems



Drive wheel


Motor



signal light


MG3 machine gun


Hobby Engine Leopard 2A5 after new paint (Tamiya) and install rubber pads for track
 

Big head light



Modified back light


Hobby Engine M1A1 with new paint
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PostSubject: Re: 1/16 tanks from Hobby Engine   Mon Dec 28, 2015 5:20 pm

I think there were great before Heng Long got into the action. Now that both M1A2 and Leo II A6 is available from Heng Long I am not so sure about them anymore.
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