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Add media Report RSS Polish Renault MN Radio-Telegraf Truck (view original)
Polish Renault MN Radio-Telegraf Truck
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Dilust
Dilust

What a nice toy. I like it.
We need more trucks. We can never have enough.
Especially because they are the backbone of an Army.

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Guest
Guest

Goodbye horses?

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zekewolff Author
zekewolff

Horses wont be seen, due to the fact that MoW/AS2 doesnt have any horses (one exists, but that one lacks death animations, ie it just stands still when it gets killed).

It would've been fun to have them, but sadly I cant model horses and my 3d software cant be used to animate them.

~Zeke.

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zekewolff

More trucks are under construction. Right now a Berliet CBA is being modelled. An Ursus A is also planned, and perhaps also the Fiat 618.

~Zeke.

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The Polish Army bought around 100 of these trucks during the 1920's and they used them mainly for transporting radio and telegraf equipment. In September 1939, several dozen of these trucks were still available, and used in Army Headquarters.

It had three axles with a total of twelve tires, and a top speed of circa 50 km/hour.

Unfortunately I wasnt able to locate any photos or drawings of the vehicle's rear, so it is all guess work from my side (hope you can live with this... ).

As always, made from scratch with Milkshape 3D and Paint.net.

~Zeke.

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