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KAYELL

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About KAYELL

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  • Birthday 03/28/1961

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  1. KAYELL

    T-70M Miniart

    Superb And still work in progress ! Cheers Keith
  2. KAYELL

    Group Build Italeri M60 A1(?) Patton

    Hi Folks Have managed to get in some work and progressed somewhat. Upper hull now comlete The tracks in this kit are the link and length type. Looked ok but would not glue together, so were binned! I turned to the Bronco set 6 parts per link! However once a system is worked out they can be completed at a slow but steady pace......about 20 an hour. Taking the individual components from the 6 sprues took me 3 hours So one side complete and the other 70 odd to do for the other side. Re post in a few days Cheers Keith
  3. Hi Folks, A slow start on this one Lots of other stuff to finish so managed to get a couple of hours in last night to start. Lower tub wheels and suspension completed. Build was very straightforward nothing to complain about...so far. Cheers Keith
  4. KAYELL

    BPBC 466-MTB

    The usual excellent wet look base spot on. Are the pale legs part of the costume? If so you need a refund Cheers Keith
  5. KAYELL

    PATTON TANK STGB Chat

    Hi Looks just like the kit Mind you the amount of white metal will mean that the turret will need to be counterweighted or glued in place.....when I eventually get round to building it Cheers Keith
  6. KAYELL

    PATTON TANK STGB Chat

    Many thanks for this piece of information. I have the Accurate Armour Super Pershing resin kit in the stash The turret does indeed have these plates on the rear. I thought they were part of the casting process and was going to remove them, so thanks for the Info. Cheers Keith
  7. KAYELL

    BPBC 466-MTB

    All coming together ship shape cheers KEITH
  8. KAYELL

    BPBC 466-MTB

    Looks like your bad feelings towards this model is fading away Looking great You don't (as far as I am aware) need the enhancements...…..small but perfectly formed! Cheers Keith
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    PATTON TANK STGB Chat

    Many thanks for your greeting to the groupbuild I enclose images of the Lo Models conversion kit. The kit is not the most detailed and as Asmodai posted they did not last for too long Cannot tell whether I will actually use any of the kit, depends on how it builds, anyway there will only be a small amount used to make the A3 conversion Will have to wait another six weeks or so to find out Cheers Keith
  10. KAYELL

    PATTON TANK STGB Chat

    Hi Guys I would like to participate in this Group Build Have found deep in my stash an Italeri M 60 A1 and a Tank Conversion Accessory by Lo Model(?) Not well up on US armour but this should turn it into an M 60 A3 version Cheers Keith
  11. KAYELL

    Tamiya M40

    This is one of the best things I've seen for ages Fantastic attention to detail both with the vehicle and figures Good Job Cheers Keith
  12. KAYELL

    S.L.C 200"Maiale"

    You've snook this little gem in Plenty of detail for such a small kit Well executed Good Job Cheers Keith
  13. KAYELL

    BPBC 466-MTB

    Good to see you in combat again with this one. Cheers Keith
  14. Hi Folks At last my first ship model that I have taken some time over Tamiya kit with Eduard etch set. The base and 'seascape' made using the influence and advice of my friend Beefy (cheers mate) I found this project a pleasant distraction to my usual armour, learning new skills and working with tiny bits. Maybe do another one eventually. Cheers Keith
  15. KAYELL

    HMS Eskimo

    Totally up to your high standards mate Looks so realistic , should be dripping off the table, the ships not bad either. Top Job Cheers Keith
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