FV432 81mm Mortar Carrier Conversion
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Designed for the Takom FV432 (2066) this conversion contains the detailed baseplate, mountings and full elevating and traverse gear for the 81mm Mortar and a full set of individual, CAD developed, twin round mortar tubes that can be stowed in two modular racks. Stowed tubes are also mounted on the inside of the rear door and the single style operators seats are provided.
This conversion comes with full colour decals.
Also included is one piece detailed exhaust and pair of boiling vessels for the right side sponson.
Originally designed by Jon Bottomley and adapted for the conversion by Rob Tearle.