Wednesday, 7 April 2010

Quick Peter Pig vs. QRF M113 size comparison

I've just quickly thrown together a quick comparison of the relative sizes of a QRF ACAV and a Peter Pig M113 that I had in the cupboard.
The comparison is intended to be on size rather than the quality of the model, as the Peter Pig has been cleaned up and undercoated, whereas the QRF has been tipped out of the bag where it's languished for the past year of two and then clumped together with Blutack.
The QRF is also missing its headlights and the driver's hatch that I didn't blutack on (it DOES say QUICK comparison!)
So without further ado, here are the pics (hi-res if you click). I'll leave you to make your own judgements on compatibility.


  1. Thanks Paul

    apprecite that

  2. To alleviate some of the height difference, you could try basing both of them. Build the base up on the smaller model so that it is closer to the height of the other and it will make it less noticeable.

  3. I think the other thing is that you could buy a couple of mm on the QRF Track by spacing the tracks a little away from the hull. In the picture they are blutack'd and gravity is pushing the body of the M113 down onto the tracks. I think a little clearance wouldn't be out of the question.