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Renault ft 17 w/ basic interior

69.2k Zandgard  2.1 years ago
Auto Credit Based on PhantomBladeCorp's TANK CHALLENGE

The best WW1 tank and the first modern tank designed with over 25 year of service. From the WW1 battlefield to the Normandie beach during D-day

Featurs:
-realistic engin power, fuel capacity and weight (note: they are not 100% accurate but close
-close 1/1 scale
- a basic reproduction of the interior

Control:
-trim and Vtol turret
-pitch and roll tank movement

General Characteristics

  • Predecessor TANK CHALLENGE
  • Successors 2 airplane(s) +14 bonus
  • Created On Android
  • Wingspan 6.6ft (2.0m)
  • Length 15.4ft (4.7m)
  • Height 7.0ft (2.1m)
  • Empty Weight 15,288lbs (6,934kg)
  • Loaded Weight 15,458lbs (7,011kg)

Performance

  • Wing Loading 5,744.5lbs/ft2 (28,046.9kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 2.7ft2 (0.3m2)
  • Drag Points 2632

Parts

  • Number of Parts 583
  • Control Surfaces 0
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    1,282 yellow8041

    MAN this is amazing

    6 months ago
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    Can I modify it into a 1920s race car for the desert?

    1.3 years ago
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    249 Marschall

    This is very nice

    1.6 years ago
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    it looks cool but im android so sad for me ;-;

    1.7 years ago
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    Functionality: should I go harsh or gentle on this? Hmmm, think I'll go in-between. 6.5/10. I don't think a Renault FT was supposed to go over 50 mph. Also, its cross-country capabilities are limited. Aaaaaand it also uses the default control scheme.
    Visual: 8.5/10. I like that it has a semi-working interior but it's useless. There's no camera inside so I can't see what's in the cabin. Also, why are there no decals on it?
    Quality: 3/5. I'm more than sure that a few things you did could've been simplified and made better. Especially the tracks.
    Accuracy: 3.5/10. It's, so far, the only replica I've seen which kinda makes it special. Thing is, for such a tank that revolutionized warfare, you did a sort of mediocre job at recreating its "wow" factor. It does look and behave much like the real thing (except for a few things here and there).

    Bonus: for being the first replica I've rated so far, you get 1. For being an acceptable replica, you get a 0.5. For also being a WW1 tank (which I haven't seen that many around), you get a 0.(3). And for being a kinda cute tank, you get a 0.(6). So this makes it a grand total of... 2.5

    The actual grand total: 24.

    2.0 years ago
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    29.4k BaconRoll

    @Zandgard yep

    2.1 years ago
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    8,459 shipster

    @BaconRoll good point.

    2.1 years ago
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    69.2k Zandgard

    @BaconRoll it a good choice because the renault was supposed to be used with a heavy tank in support like the mark 5 or the saint chamond or a Schneider

    2.1 years ago
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    29.4k BaconRoll

    @shipster I'd take both the Mark V and the Renault

    2.1 years ago
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    8,459 shipster

    @BaconRoll I'd take the Mark V!

    2.1 years ago
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    69.2k Zandgard

    Thanks you @Oski

    2.1 years ago
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    69.2k Zandgard

    Thanks @BaconRoll no mk5 bias love it

    2.1 years ago
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    69.2k Zandgard

    Thanks @DarthAbhinav

    2.1 years ago
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    29.4k BaconRoll

    Vey nice, I learnt about these in History. Even though the video about was British, this was the presenter's favourite tank, so no Mark V bias there.

    2.1 years ago
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    9,691 Oski

    Dys is blyatiful! Almost like real one. Sadly I can't ten it...

    2.1 years ago