Looking for 1/35 Nebelwerfer

Hi all. Im looking for a 1/35 Nebelwerfer, I dont really care what manufacturer, I’ll do resin or plastic. Im hoping to find one for under $25. If anyone has seen one anywhere I would appreciate some help.

There is this one:
US vendor

Cheers,

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Perfect! Thanks a lot Joe!

Great Wall/Lion Roar made a resin, brass, and PE Nebelwerfer. Very detailed, and VERY difficult! Dragon Models USA - 1/35 150mm Nebelwerfer 41, <b>German Towed Rocket Artillery</b>
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Wow that looks like a great build! Sadly I just ordered the ESCI one, I enjoy the challenge on detailing up old kits like that. :grin:

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Leo… take it from me, the Lion Roar is a beast of a kit to build. So much brass and adding the flutes into the tubes, with the studs to go through the tube into them… This is the stuff ‘Old Nick’ makes you build in hell as punishment. See here:

http://cs.finescale.com/fsm/modeling_subjects/f/3/t/99590.aspx

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Ezra, the figures in the kit are gorillas in parkas. The Esci kit is okay, but soft buttery plastic and very chunky. Take care and you will be okay, but do not expect a lot of detail.

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Yep I bought it knowing it would have almost no details, Im hoping for a fun scratch building project. Thanks for the warning about the plastic, I wasnt aware of it. Luckily Im not going to be using the kit figures. As for detailing I may replace the barrels, and I will probably use HO scale rivets I have left over for the bolts as well as other stuff for other assorted details.

Don’t I know it!! I finished the kit just to spite it! I hated it!! But it’s finished and sitting in a box - punishment :angry:
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Atleast you know you had the grit to finish it! :grin:
Can you post some pics of it?

The mold was poorly aligned on mine so I couldn’t get rid of the seam lines without removing much of the material making up the parts.

Was considering the Lion kit but I don’t need pain of a different kind.

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