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... review specially for you. But, before to start: I'll be extremely thankful for any picture of a real Phänomen 25H with such "police" body as represented in the kit. Now on the wheelbases. I got them by pure chance. To make the long story short, I was working on Opel Blitz 4x4 and Granit ambulance in the same time and placed both chassis near each other on my workbench by chance. I was surprised to see the ambulance chassis wheelbase (3260 mm, or 45.28 mm in 1/72) was longer than the wheelbase of the Blitz (3450 mm, or 47.92 mm in 1/72). I've checked the things and it turned out that both Attack ambulance and kübel are with the wheelbase of Granit 25H GS truck which is longer: 3550 mm, or 49.30 mm in 1/72. You have to agree those about 4 mm difference in scale is too much. Because of this error the look of the finished models is quite suspicious, they look too slim, the windows shape of the ambulance isn't correct, etc. Later Attack (under new management) launched the Reichspost van but the wheelbase wasn't corrected, now I see on this variant (still "what if" to me) the molds are new indeed but the chassis part isn't corrected too. The roots of all errors are in the old JV Models resin kits (ambulance and kübel) because the Attack first kits are based on them and nobody was bothered to correct the things. Just one example: look at the rear of the ambulance and this new kit here. Both they have two doors at the rear. Can somebody explain how they work in case BOTH doors have handles against each other??? Etc.
С уважением, Алексей Блащук.http://www.acemodel.com.uaFacebook