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Trumpeter AT-T Prime Mover
Inbox and build review of the Trumpeter AT-T Artillery Prime Mover
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by: Sebastian Schoof [ SCHOOF ]


Originally published on:
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In 1946 "200 HTZM" division resumed works on developing heavy prime mover based upon T-54 tank in accordance with government post-war program on making the artillery armament. The mover engineering requirements presented were the following:25 ton artillery system towing at 35 km/hour in any conditions,5 ton platfrom load capacity,25 ton tractive effort winch availability. Mover chassis should be equipped with earth-moving and special tools and drive gears to operate said tools.Vehicles based on AT-T include:BAT-M,BTM-3,MDK-2M.

This is an inbox review and Build log video of the Trumpeter AT-T Artillery Prime Mover.
SUMMARY
Highs: - Great fit - Good parts count - Lots of additional options for the base vehicle - detailed engine and transmission
Lows: - you have the paint the interior before fixing the cab in place - the hood isn`t workable ( can be made to be displayed open ) which makes the engine and transmission useless.
Verdict: a very nice kit which has lots of potential and lots of aftermarket stuff available as well as some very very nice conversion sets
Percentage Rating
92%
  Scale: 1:35
  Mfg. ID: 09501
  Suggested Retail: 35-45
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  PUBLISHED: Jul 26, 2017
  NATIONALITY: Russia
NETWORK-WIDE AVERAGE RATINGS
  THIS REVIEWER: 84.38%
  MAKER/PUBLISHER: 84.59%

About Sebastian Schoof (Schoof)
FROM: NOORD-BRABANT, NETHERLANDS

I started modeling in February 2014 because i was looking for a different hobby besides gaming and i found it. Shortly after that i started my YouTube channel "DutchModelling" which i focused on Reviews and Hangouts. I decided that i would review every single kit i could and would get my hands on...

Copyright 2019 text by Sebastian Schoof [ SCHOOF ]. Images also by copyright holder unless otherwise noted. Opinions expressed are those of the author(s) and not necessarily those of KitMaker Network or the British Bulldogs IPMS-UK group. All rights reserved.



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