K48017
RAF Brockhouse MK2 900gal Fuel Bowser
£42.50




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1 Review
Goncalo Mendes says:

Hello Sirs,
You have done a great model, but I believe that you mix the caracteristics of the brockhouse trailer frame with the one made by Eagle Engineering. Among other things, like the C channel to the outside of the chassis, the frame front/rear ends were different, as also the suspension atachments. Yours looks Eagle type. The fron axle frame shoul be a little larger than the front trail frame, probablly the same as on the trailer rear. But that is nitpicking, thaks for make it available tu us!
Best cumpliments,
Goncalo Mendes

Posted On: Sunday, December 4th, 2016 @ 2:14 am

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