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Discussion in 'General Card Modeling' started by jleslie48, Jul 12, 2007.
RG-31 Nyala Mine Protected Vehicle
Buffalo EOD Vehicle
anybody know of these in paper???
On this topic, can the Casspir Casspir Mine Protected Armoured Personnel Carrier (APC) supplied by Armour Technology Systems possibly be included? I would love to have a model of one, as I drove it extensively during my time in the police force.
Will plans or line drawings be of any assistance to the designers out there? The running gear in most cases are based on production vehicles, in the case of the Casspir that of a Mercedes 4X4 truck.
Wow! Those would be awesome! Especially the Buffalo & Casspir! I wish I were a designer!!!!!
Funny that this thread on the APC's should appear. Just today I was reading about the MRAP Vehicles that the USMC and Army want and found a link to BAE where you could download their brochures on their line of APC's. The files dont have line drawings but they have some good photo views of the vehicles which could be used by a creative person to design some at least semi-scale looking paper models. The links for the BAE product brochures were attasched to a WikiPedia Article about the MRAP's. Hope this helps.
add the cougar to the wish list:
Force Protection, Inc. - Cougar MRAP
Without a doubt great subjects to model. Not enough modern armor and support vehicles are available. Canada has both vehicles mentioned at the top. I'd like to see someone take a stab at it.
On a side note. The Buffalo just may happen since one to the Transformer characters in the movie was a Buffalo engineering vehicle. Someone here is working on them all so no doubt you will be seeing the Buffalo available.
ok my wish list now includes:
the cougar 4x4,
the cougar 6x6,
and all are available here:
MetaVR 3D Content - Military Land Vehicle Models
but I can't make heads or tails of the 3d package anybody
know what these are???
It is a virtual reality rendering software for game developers. These are samples of what you get in the $10,000.00 software package.
Need I say more?