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Hello eveyone. I have been trying for a while now to figure out how this conversion was created. The conversion i am talking about refers to Owen Rees' Imperial Guard - The 374th Tahnelian Airborne armored car found in White Dwarf Issue 301. Below are some pictures:
(They are the 3rd and 4th pictures from the bottom, the chimera conversions with wheels)
Now from what i can see is that they took either a leman russ or chimera chasis, put ork wartrukk wheels (or some other kind of wheels) undeneath track guards found in the leman russ box set and what looks like a predator turret maybe? If anyone has any information on how these were made i would greatly appreciate all the insights and thoughts. Thanks for your time mates!
Thanks i didnt know how to post images, now does anyone know what he did to create these conversions? Or know another way to do it?
Well by the looks of things...
(bottom image) The main body of a leman russ without the tracks, the door on the side is the chimera door. Im not sure where the wheels are from but the mud guards are the track guards from the tank accessory sprew, as well as the pintle mounted stub gun.
the top image is pretty much the same exept it is made from a chimera instead, with the back door mounted on the side, i bet there is another on the other side as well. The turret looks forgeworld... not sure though...
If you want to have a go at converting one be my guest! (Although it would be pretty damn expensive.) But here is a website that sells cheap resin vehicles that i thought you may be interested in.
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