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Cromwell Mk I Conversion (Revell)

When the Cromwell tank was introduced in 1943 it was already becoming obsolete despite being a major improvement over its predecessor, the Crusader.  Components like the Rolls Royce Meteor engine would go on to be an excellent power source, but many hulls were completed with the elderly Liberty engine (designating the tanks as Centaurs) and therefore retained the problems of earlier British designs.
    This kit  provides resin and etched brass parts to backdate Revell’s Cromwell tank to its earliest mark.  The set includes revised stowage, track guards, driver’s panel and a replacement co-driver’s hatch.  It also has a 6-pdr main gun.  The parts allow the modeller to duplicate a number of early model Cromwell and Centaur configurations.
    For reference, it is worth looking for the Polish book on the subject, ‘Cromwell’, by Janusz Ledwoch (publ. Wydawnictwo Militaria, 2012).


Price: £7.50

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