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  1. Meng 1/35 Bradley M2/M3 BUSK III

    Thank you Stix, you are too kind as usual, much appreciated though Hi Stefan, welcome back and thank you ! Hi Crushkill, thank you for the photo's, lots of very interesting details of the rear hatch as well. You seem to be giving some maintenance to the main gun. The tracks look very rusty especially considering your remark that they are fresh from the factory. The yellowish color I saw a lot in the reference books I have must be dust. I also noticed what looks like a white and blue cooler so you evidently do use bright colored coolers (like Meng suggests) instead of desert yellow specially produced coolers. Any more photo's are extremely welcome, Cheers, Julian
  2. Meng 1/35 Bradley M2/M3 BUSK III

    Thank you Richard Thanks Crushkill, that has chuffed me no end. Glad to hear there are no major bloopers made so far Your offer of information sounds great. The tracks I bought are too shiny, they look nice and the rubber pad adds to the total effect but dipping the track links into the blackening agent makes them turn jet black in just a very short time. I mentioned before that on several photos of Bradley tracks they look as if they are painted in sand color. How would you describe the color of their tracks. I am also interested in some real outside stowage photos (backpacks, boxes, spare ammo etc.) Would be much obliged if you can shed some light on these subjects cheers, Julian
  3. Meng 1/35 Bradley M2/M3 BUSK III

    Thanks Simon, The quality of the kit is very good so makes the build fun. The extras are icing on the cake although the storage space for some of the gear is too small. You sit back and watch mate
  4. HMS Abercrombie

    No, didn't make a start. It's still living in it's box in the stash
  5. Meng 1/35 Bradley M2/M3 BUSK III

    17/9 update. Added a few washes to the interior, busied up the interior with lots kit and fitted vision prisms and safety belts. Nearly ready to seal things up.
  6. HMS Abercrombie

    Nice one Keith, I have the Roberts in my stash. Be interesting to follow this build.
  7. Vosper 72' 6" MTB

    The Channel Adversaries thread is here: http://www.modelshipwrights.com/modules.php?op=modload&name=SquawkBox&file=index&req=viewtopic&topic_id=211104 Took a quick look and it should be test of anyone's sanity. Looking forward to your take on the Vosper, great selection of goodies you have collected too. Not going to go for 234 are you? One f the best color schemes I have seen on a Vosper IMHO.
  8. Clyde Puffer

    "Barnacle" would be a fitting name in view of the size of the build
  9. Hawker Typhoon 1:24

    Great job on the radiator panels, that was one of the worst parts to get looking even reasonable IMHO, you have made it look fantastic.
  10. Marder III Ausf M

    Nice! Looks like it has seen some mileage in bad conditions
  11. Meng 1/35 Bradley M2/M3 BUSK III

    Hi Richard, welcome back Having some difficulty finding build time myself at the moment
  12. A couple of Challengers 2 ...

    Beautiful work Etienne,
  13. M667/752 Lance Missile SPL

    Coming along very nicely, beautiful sleek paint job.
  14. Takom M3 Lee (early)

    Nice looking Grant, very crispy sharp. Should look very good with the paint on it
  15. Meng 1/35 Bradley M2/M3 BUSK III

    Hi Francis, nice track thingies and no, not too expensive with shipping being very reasonable. Would appear to knock the socks off of the competition though. Thanks for taking a look at the Bradley thing Cheers mate, Julian