Description:Need a 3d model of a tank that can be exported to a .stp file. The tanks will be 21mm from front of hull to back of hull.
Wants:Above average detail but not every nut and bolt needs to be shown. Detail for approx 1/285 scale pieces.
- Rhino, Inventor, Autocad, etc
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