I can’t believe I forgot to trim the mounting lug for part 8 in the CAD! Argh…
Mike shows the Tamiya hull with the battery bracket still in place at the back of the cockpit, but I’d suggest getting rid of all those battery bits so the cockpit can be assembled and then slid in via the turret ring after the tank is painted.
Nothing wrong with it at all. With all tanks it’s about technique, user knowledge and experience… I taught a great many drivers how to drive them with no issues at all. Newer technology and vehicle development makes them easier to drive as things progress.
I only drove Cent a few time, and in it’s day, I would think it was as good when compared to any others of its day, it just became dated quick.
Thanks for your reply Johnny. I saw a documentary a few years ago and the guy commented how tough it was to drive the Cent. Maybe because the one he was driving was a restored version? He looked kinda old too lol! I know I shouldn’t say that because I ain’t no spring chicken at 55 myself but he looked like he was struggling.