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Last Remaining Whole C'Tan

Pleasant Valley, Iowa

I'm pleased to present to you what I can confidently say are the finest CNC Workshop Ork Arf Tracks in the Dakka Gallery - because I am pretty sure they're the only ones.


(Which means, I suppose, they are also the worst Arf Tracks in the Dakka Gallery.)

This is a MDF model from CNC Workshop. It's a little bigger than an Ork Trukk. You can use it as a Trukk, or as an Halftrakk, and it's only a little smaller than a Big Trakk. I'm going with the latter here.

I took off the grenade launcher and mount, and replaced it with a big shoota. I also took off the roll bars from the bed so I could have more room for ordnance.

I armed them with a Kilkannon. I need to add some more Grot crew. but they will do for this. I have some Supa Kannons, but I think they would be too large for this - I'll put those on Big Trakks.


Assembly of the kit is straightforward - you use white glue to assemble wood-like MDF, which smells like a campfire from the laser cutter. The smell doesn't survive past priming and painting.


These are a pretty fun kit and I'm glad I got them.


This message was edited 4 times. Last update was at 2017/07/01 09:42:04

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Powerful Phoenix Lord

Nice paintwork and conversions - great vehicles.
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Roarin' Runtherd

Those looks great. Love the models and love the paint job. Nice work
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Nottingham / Sheffield

That kit has incredible detail for MDF and you've done a great job painting them up.

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