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ICM 1/35 scale Laffly V15T plastic model kit review

Well-molded but fiddly parts produce a sharp replica of a French truck
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The Laffly V15T was designed to tow the Hotchkiss 25mm field gun. To help traverse rough terrain, the four-wheel-drive vehicle was fitted with four small, unpowered wheels — two attached to the front bumper and two to the middle of the frame to aid.

ICM’s new 1/35 scale Laffly V15T includes parts to mount a Hotchkiss machine gun. Molded in gray plastic, the parts feature good detail, fine seams, and just a few slightly raised ejector-pin marks in visible places. The machine-gun mount is thin and quite delicate, as are the front fenders. Just a hint of a mold seam marks the vinyl tires. Thin clear parts provide the windshield panes and headlight lenses. The instructions feature clear assembly diagrams with color painting charts for two vehicles. Detail painting instructions refer to ICM, Revell, and Tamiya acrylics.

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