What size in inches are these tanks?

Discussion in 'Armory & Military' started by Starbuzz, Jan 9, 2008.

  1. Starbuzz

    Starbuzz New Member

    Hello everyone!

    So some questions on tanks I bought.

    I just now bought them in eBay and paid for it. I don't have it yet. What size are they in inches does anyone know?

    It is listed as 1/144 Scale.



    Here are the pictures, so can the experts here please tell me how long and how wide they will be in inches?


    Also, I don't know much about cigarrete boxes but also can someone please tell me the length and width in inches this tank will be. I bought this in eBay also but not yet arrived. They did not say what scale:



    So, my question is how long these things are in inches and how wide they they are in inches. Also, will these two tanks match up roughly to size? These are from 2 different buyers.

    I am so sorry if this is wrong place to post but I am new to these hobby. I only got job recently so I can buy slowly what I like.

    Much thanks!

  2. charliec

    charliec Active Member

  3. Amazyah

    Amazyah Senior Member

    Just to give you something to go by, the pack of cigarettes next to that tank is about 3 1/2 inches.
    I would say that the tank in that same picture is about 2 inches from front to back, not counting the turret.

  4. Stev0

    Stev0 Active Member

    6.2m long divided by 144 scale = .04305m or 43mm roughly close to 1.5inches.

    Going to war with ants are we? =o
  5. Starbuzz

    Starbuzz New Member

    Sorry about my late reply!:cry:

    But thank you all so much for your help!

    Anyway, the tanks arrived and yes, they are around 1.5 inches. I was hoping they might be bigger but I guess I learned my lesson. Anyway, they are so small but highly detailed.

    Gosh, I love tanks...especially Russian ones.

    EDIT: Stev0, haha but I would never hurt an ant!
  6. Stev0

    Stev0 Active Member

    you can pretend your godzilla who is going to eat them.

    MRAAAWWWWWRRRRR.... *boom*

    [WARNING: 1/144 scale tanks should not be taken internally]

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