Trux Models. 1990 to 2005.

Discussion in 'Modelling' started by Trux, Jan 1, 2015.

  1. DavidJ

    DavidJ Junior Member

    I have just spent an enjoyable couple of nights reading through this thread.

    I am lucky enough to have a few TRUX models; Huber roller, Caterpillar grader, armoured D7 and a CMP 15cwt, if I remember correctly. I guess I have several others in their new guises. I would be luckier if I had bought more kits when they were still available!


  2. Vintage Wargaming

    Vintage Wargaming Well-Known Member

    Mike could I ask you about the Miltra figures which I think you had for a time - do you know what happened to them?

    I second the wish the Trux list was still in production - never get that field bakery now!

  3. Trux

    Trux 21 AG

    Thank you Davis and Clive for your kind comments.

    The old Miltra range disappeared long ago, mainly because the moulds wore out and partly because they were dated. The vulcanised rubber moulds for centrifugal casting were expensive to make and only economically viable if large sales are likely. I always liked them because they were not as bulky as many later ranges and they could be bent into shape with a little care.

  4. Vítor

    Vítor New Member

    Hello to all. I'm new in this forum, and I'm triynng to discover if there is any chance to get an example of the Chevrolet Indian Pattern, from Trux Models. I know that probably its a shoot in the dark, but I have tried everywhere, and I cannot find one. I do models, in 1/72 and 1/76. I had those Chevrolet's to built, but they were stolen from my mother’s house when they robbed her.
    Só, I'm triynng to make contact, in the hope that someone knows where I can find at least one. Thanks.

    Its this model.

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  5. Trackfrower

    Trackfrower Member

    Miltra figures....... From Rickmansworth a Mr Ivashko?
    I think, he is long gone, but he had a son.
    I have some (somewhere).

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