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Well, i bought a T-72M1 tank off ebay to convert into a Battlewagon.

The seller told me that the dimensions of the tank were 20cm x 10cm x 5cm.
It turns out that its actually closer to 15cm x 8cm x 5cm.

Would this still be ok to use as a Battlewagon?
Or should i contact the seller for a refund?

I plan to add a Deffrolla to the front, which would allow for some extra length, however im worried that it might be too skinny.

Im not sure what the dimensions of the GW Battlewagon are, but im guessing they are more than 8cm wide.
 

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Would it be tournament-legal?

Just wondering if i should assemble it or not.
It didn't cost me too much, so i might assemble it and post pics comparing it to a Rhino.
 

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add some plasicard to it and widen it up abit, sounds like what an ork would do anyways. Never let good scrap go to waist.
 

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Meh, i contacted the seller and asked for a full refund.
The quality of it is actually fairly poor.

If i can get a refund and keep it, then ill assemble it and post it up.

Im thinking i might just hack it up for scenery and use an old Rhino or 2 to make a Battlewagon.
 

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Meh, i contacted the seller and asked for a full refund.
The quality of it is actually fairly poor.

If i can get a refund and keep it, then ill assemble it and post it up.

Im thinking i might just hack it up for scenery and use an old Rhino or 2 to make a Battlewagon.
why dont you just buy the ork battle wagon? its a great model , very customisable and loads of extras, in terms of standard 40k vehicles its the dogs bollocks.



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