The Cromwell Tank was one of the most successful series of cruiser tanks fielded by Britain in World War II. The Cromwell tank, named after the English Civil War leader Oliver Cromwell, was the first tank in the British arsenal to combine a dual-purpose gun, high speed from the powerful and reliable Meteor engine, and reasonable armour, all in one balanced package. Its design formed the basis of the Comet tank. The Cromwell first saw action in June 1944, with the reconnaissance regiments of the Royal Armoured Corps.
Having constructed the Cromwells, the next stage was to give them a white undercoat.
Unlike the boxed set my three models are all the same. So thinking I might put some stowage in them before undercoating them white. In the end though I didn’t.
See the full workbench feature on the Flames of War Cromwell IV.
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