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  1. These are some great changes, looking good overall­čĹŹ­čĆ╗.
  2. Nice extra detailing here. The Flash does look nasty. Good luck.
  3. Britmodeller running slow?

    Lol. I feel sorry for Mike and all the hassle he and the support and whoever else involved is having. However, I even feel sorrier for those causing the trouble, how bad and miserable must their life's be? Keep it up Mike and Co,
  4. ­čśé­čĹŹ­čĆ╗. Too big of a stash? I guess a common problem with us modellers^^
  5. I had the Alan kit also, however it was so bad, I used it to create more heat and start a fire in my oven during the winter one night. It was EUR 9.99, I guess this should have explained the low quality, it burned well though. Get the Trumpeter one, it has a much better plastic consistency and it is an awesome kit, even OOB it is superb!
  6. Opel Blitz 2,5-32, ICM, 1/35

    This project is looking good­čĹŹ­čĆ╗ I look forward to the wood painting
  7. They carried them on a wagon with the Panzerzug, but there is a video where they do carry the wheels on the Panhard! I'll post it later.
  8. Welcome Rich, Prost Steve and Mr.Diesel. Yeah, I am waiting for another museum visit before continuing on the locomotive.... Therefore doing other rail and car stuff in the meantime. Steve, I will check out your dio, I always do enjoy trains, you should add a Panhard if it is a German train dio... There is a great IICM Kit. Diesel, you know, it is fun despite the problems. I am just too dumb to do OOBs, it could be so much faster. Prost
  9. Big As MAZ

    This is a great way of doing pipes, I like your style. Amazing updates once again.
  10. All the newly added detail is fabulous. This funny-tank will be a very individual and spectacular display once painted. Miauuuu
  11. Awesome. The track marks are spectacular!
  12. Nice little Panzerchen you got there.
  13. It was time-consuming. The neighbour's cat played a trick on me last night. It threw down the model on the veranda and a part fell below the deck -> I had to unscrew the floor panels and look for it Can you spot the engine cover louvres? This is the interior part of the searchlight that the Panzerzug 3 crews designed and implemented with their Sp├Ąhpanzer. The round handle (.2mm brass rod) was used to turn it (360degrees), the lever on the side, made from .3mm and .15mm rods and sheet styrene was used to turn the light up and down, it could doo-doo up 90 degrees. The rotation bar is 1mm thick (slightly thicker than the 3.2cm in the original one) The second photo shows the round horizontal turning handle and the vertical shift lever. Mine is a mirror view. The drawn design is shown from the front (noticeable due to the shape of the light) not from the rear and as such, the shift lever has to be to the right when looking forwards. On the turret ring sie, I have added some detail to the traverse gear. The left side needs some more detailing and the valve wheels to the right of the gear still need to be added. The original one is this, the turret ring teeth are missing, I am soaking wood which will be bent into shape and the teeth filed into it (Or is there a better way to do it, or is it stupid in the first place?): ** Sources: *) OKH Akte 518, 296p - http://bit.ly/2rjoECg **) WarWheels - http://www.warwheels.net/
  14. Another swedish one ... CV90-40c

    Well, you are certain thinking big, aka "Klotzen, nicht kleckern!". I do hope to see an update next weekend! This Barracuda and MCS sounds interesting and difficult to implement, great approach there! Prost
  15. Quite a lot of ammo to be painted there^^. Keep the spirits up