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This is IBG's newish release of the Polish Rosomak APC, which is really just a licence built version of the Finnish Patria. It's a very nice kit, with a pretty much full interior supplied, although hardly any of it can be seen, even with all the hatches open. The fit was great and the detailing's good. The wheels/tyres in particular were nice, being all styrene, so much easier to paint and weather than the usual soft vinyl type. Not the most inspiring of colour schemes, and the weathering's a bit bland, but it's pretty representative of how they looked when they were operating in Chad.

 

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Thanks for looking

 

Andy

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I thought that looked a nice kit as I boxed it up to send out for review, but you've proved my suspicions now - Nice job ;)

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Another superb model Andy, I really like the weathering!

 

Top job again!! :thumbsup:

 

Keith

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Nicely done, it's good that we're seeing more modern stuff kitted.

 

Have been reading the articles on this kit in The Modelling News with interest.

 

Pete

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Great model, made even better by the excellent weathering.

 

John.

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On behalf of polish people: Thank You :) Great work on Rosomak, weathering very subtle but powerful. Top notch,

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superb looking build,,, very nice job on the paint and very nice weathering.....how did the kit go together???ask as got one in the pile plan on doing soon??

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Thanks guys

 

1 hour ago, batcode said:

how did the kit go together???ask as got one in the pile plan on doing soon??

 

Much better than I expected it to. I thought, due to all the internal bulkheads, the upper and lower hull parts would end up very gappy when joined, but they actually fitted perfectly. The only really tricky part of the build is fitting all the diffs, props and suspension arms to the chassis. The go together okay, but you just need a bit of patience while lining everything up.

There's a build guide here

 

Andy

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Superb finish!!, It is not a spectacular vehicle (for my taste,IHMO, but it has been so good that it looks like a real one.

:goodjob:, cheers Andy :D

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Another stunner there Andy  :goodjob:

 

Beefy

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Nice work! Those shrouded props make for a cool back view.

 

Will

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That is very impressive Andy! I really do like the weathering! :worthy: :worthy:

Kind regards,

Stix

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Very very impressive, great work.

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Fabulous result - weathering spot on as usual.

Great job in making a rather unremarkable vehicle stand out as a model

 

Rob

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