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Master Box
Master Box is a plastic model kit manufacturer from the Ukraine. Their current product offerings include 1/35 WWII figures and vehicles.
1/72 WWI MK II "Female" British Tank, Arras Battle Period 1917
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ITEM NO: MAS 72006
SCALE: 1:72
ANNOUNCED ON: 12/9/2014
ARRIVED ON: 1/20/2015
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“MK II “Female” British Tank, Arras Battle period, 1917” - The kit continues the series of military tanks of WW I. It consists of parts placed on 5 sprues intended for making the model of a 1/72 scale MK II British Tank, Machinegun Version, in Arras Battle period, 1917. The kit is noted for a high degree of detail (taking into account 1/72 scale), thorough work on the small parts and a high degree of the correspondence to the original. Emphasized are the rotating machine gun turrets and the barrels of the machine guns that move up and down.
Photo-etched parts are not included and decals are not either as this exact kind of tank did not bear any inscriptions.
There will be an inscription "Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of WW I (1914-1918)" on the box.