Yeah, so I've been busy the whole last week and had no time nor energy to write anything... Sorry for that. Today's post isn't very inventive either - another guest review of a model from "September 1939". It seems we have succeeded in gathering a group of people ready to review the whole series. However, with different reviewers we get different texts - this one is a bit short.
The same chassis was later used to build 2 prototypes of TKS-D, a light tank destroyer equipped with the 37mm Bofors AT cannon (standard anti-tank cannon of the Polish Army in the 1930s).
The magazine is 11 pages long and for the most part describes the vehicle - its development, technical details and operational use. As usual, you get a painting guide, although it does not mention the camo used by the Wehrmacht on captured tractors.
What is more, there's also a description of the Battle of Tuchola Forest, concentrating on the Polish 9th Infantry Division.
I'd like to add, that the author of the review, Gottesknecht, is quite experienced with scale models. I personally think that the C2P (and the earlier TKS) are somewhere between scale models and fast-assembly ones, so be advised.
Otherwise it's a splendid mini of an unusual vehicle, though its usefulness on the battlefield is a tad limited.
Oh, and you've got to be careful when removing the frame for the
windscreen, as it's cast along with the headlight, so don't cut it off
Next are Panzerbefehlswagen I (command tank on the Panzer I A chassis) and TK-3 tankette. Both will probably get guest reviews, though I'm definitely buying the German vehicle, so who knows...
All the photos and text in italics are by Gottesknecht.
You can see more photos on War in Miniature and Blog modelarsko-wargamingowy by Marins.
Review in Polish can be found here. / Recenzję po polsku można przeczytać pod tym adresem.
If you want to know more about the September 1939 series, visit their site or their Facebook profile.