On February 10, 1959 a column of tracked all-terrain vehicles named “Kharkovchanka” (the "woman of Kharkov") made an unprecedented crossing of Antarctica, travelling 2,700 km from Mirny Station to the South Pole in high winds and temperatures as low as –80 C (–112 F). The 220 sq.ft. living quarters housed the crew and included a radio room, galley, toilet, eight bunk beds, and a small living room with table and seating, as well as the driving compartment.
I liked the subject and scratchbuilt this 1/35 scale model with a full interior, using micro-LEDs to light it up. I used the P-40/1S12 from Trumpeter for the tub, wheels, and tracks, with everything else being scratchbuilt. The project took approx. 5 months to complete.
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