I recently finished building a couple of the 1/43 scale armored cars from the allfrompaper.ru site. These are all free downloads, and there are many others available that I've yet to build. If you like armored cars, you must visit this site. The models are excellent. The kits are intended to be printed on A4 paper, and they lose a litle size when printed on letter sized paper, so my finished models are in the neighborhood of 1/48-1/50 scale. First up is the Russo-Balt from 1914. The colors are a little garish on this one, so I did I very simple recolor with Photoshop. I also moved the Imperial Russian tricolor flags to the sides of the hood (bonnet). I layered the doors and hatches to make them stand out from the body, and made grab handles from thin wire. One thing I like about these models is the interior boxes behind the machine guns. The completed body. Wheel/tire parts. Finished model mounted on a paper base. Right side. Left side. Next is the Jeffery-Poplavko, 1917. I recolored this one to recreate the "Janosik" vehicle used by the Czech legion during the Russian Civil war. Once again, I layered all the hatches and doors for a better look. I lightly weathered the model with some earth colored acrylic paints. Again, you can see the interior machine gun boxes. The finished body. Closeup of recolored spotlight. Jeffpop on it's paper base. Overhead shot (closest color match) I had a lot of fun building these 2 little armored cars, and intend to build them all eventually.