Mikael Terfors builds a long-awaited Great War armour icon in the form of Takom’s 1/35 Whippet

Appropriately marked eggcups served as parts repositories, each containing a different type of wheels from the Whippet’s running gear.
There were plenty of smaller components to keep track of during the initial stages. Road wheels, grousers and air intake louvres demonstrated the kit’s refinement.

In 1916, William Tritton proposed a cheaper and lighter vehicle that would complement the British Army’s heavy tanks… and exploit gaps larger machines might create in enemy lines.

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