|Guido Sambucetti||16/04/2009 23:19:44|
55 forum posts
In the alphabetical list you´ll find LCM3 plans in 1/48. Price is 20 dollars.
|Simon Orrell||08/05/2009 15:26:27|
7 forum posts
I built a 1/15th scale LCM3 and have PDF files of the basic plans, email me on firstname.lastname@example.org and i'll send them to you, you'll need to have the printed out or blown up but its a start. Check out
this will give you some idea of the finished model.
|Simon Orrell||08/05/2009 15:41:41|
7 forum posts
Better still I have downloaded the plans to rapidshare, help yourself.... and anyone else who wants them check out:
|Adrian Gosling 2||17/01/2011 22:22:48|
|3 forum posts|
Speedline Models is producing a 1/16th LCM3. Should be available in February.
The LCM3 did carry the Sherman but there was also a purpose built verison of the LCM3 called LCM6. It was a LCM3 with 6ft added to the rear end of the loading bay just to increase the carrying capacity.
If you are looking for 1/35 scale kits I recommend the Revell one. During my research for the project I bought the Trumpeter kit, the Revell kit and the Italieri kit. Non of them actually have the ramp raising method correct and all are very different in many area but Revell's is very nice and you get a Jeep and trailer to go with it!
If you want to scratch build one Chris, I can email you some drawings I made for the LCM3 and a an LCM6.
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