Got a tractor pulling a really big gun, what's not to love about that? I don't know the history on these guns other than the famous shots of them being used in the streets of Berlin in 1945, I can only imagine what it would've been like to encounter one in 1941!
I can't imagine it being a very pleasant thing. The shells weighed 200+ pounds. the impression I got was the Germans captured a fair amount of them because they were very slow in moving. I hope to have another update Monday or Tuesday.
Thanks Leon. I'm hoping to have the gun ready for paint by this weekend. Now I just have to find about 12 figures I can use on them. Something tells me I will have to do a lot of sculpting and "Frankensteining".
Nice combination Bruce - got both of these in my stash. Sorry I missed the start of this, so it's a bit late to point out Trumpeter's little boo-boo: the 'N' in the name on the radiator should be back to front. Excuse me a minute, while I beat my inner rivet counter to a pulp (hammer hit)
i.gifer.com/6gG.gif You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist.