Tongde Churchill MK VII

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Re: Tongde Churchill MK VII

Post by Mithras »

Yes, but Hooben barely counts. And not every Japanese or Italian tank is a tankette. Very few of them, actually. I'm sure we could fit something into a Semovente or an M13, or a Chi-Ha.
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Re: Tongde Churchill MK VII

Post by Ad Lav »

Hooben barely counts? The T55 was actually pretty good. The chinglish instructions, not so much.

I think you’ll be hard pressed to get a mainstream manufacturer to make a tiny rc tank like that. If you want one you’ll have to get it custom made/3D printed.
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Re: Tongde Churchill MK VII

Post by Exhibitedbrute »

Back to the Churchill.

For a tank so big, why has it been decided to have a tiny battery in a tiny compartment at the front
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