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Slagtown: Junkyard


Slagtown: Junkyard is an expansion set for Finger and Toe Model's Slagtown: Eden, a 28mm sci-fi skirmish wargaming construction that lets you game in dystopian future of urban blight.

Expanding on the system of simple elements--girders, platforms, ladders, and walkways that slot into the platforms--Slagtown: Junkyard adds

  • a tower crane, an elevator with adjustable platform,
  • a sensor tower,
  • heavy weapons,
  • a rotatable turret with elevating weapons.
  • two new large (2 in x 4 in) shipping containers and the pieces to build a shanty town from them,
  • a new 2x4 inch rampart,
  • Finally, Slagtown: Junkyard includes a modular truck so you can build anything from a medium hauler for small containers to a semi-tractor train of trailers.

In the Slagtown: Junkyard package are fifteen pages of models (many crammed with extras) and a fifteen page instruction manual.

You can spend hundreds--even thousands--on expensive resin terrain, then weeks of painting before your gaming friends see your two or three masterpieces. Or . . . you can spend a few dollars and a few hours and cover the table.

That's why we're called Finger and Toe Models. We won't cost you an arm and a leg.

Come visit us at and see what you can do with the Slagtown series of cardstock models.

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August 30th, 2010
A great buy.You'll be happy with this,All thumbs up! [...]
December 1st, 2009
I think this is an absolute must to addon to your Slagtown Eden. It gives you some great futuristic wheeled vehicles to transport whatever around your city and allows for more freedom of design for an rpg adventure scenario. [...]
June 18th, 2008
Worth while buying as is or as an add on to other Slagtown sets. Simple and in full color well worth the purchase. [...]
August 27th, 2007
My favourite of the slagtown series. Junkyard is not so much a model kit but a very desireable bits box. Excellent conversion material [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on May 09, 2007.