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4509davidb

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About 4509davidb

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  1. Hi All, Here's the ancient Tamiya kit which is pretty cheap but as is often the case it's not that cheap when you've had to add gun barrels and PE Kit which i did. It probably also needs resin wheels and aftermarket tracks but then its not a cheap kit anymore... The ammo trailer was good value though with 2 in the kit for about £10. Everybody builds this with the sides down so i thought I'd show it in transit rather than fighting. Easy to build with a couple of screws and metal axles to add to the fun. Usual C&C welcome Cheers David
  2. Fantastic job Thanks for your help with mine
  3. Would be interested to see how the 511 turns out - appreciate the feedback cheers David
  4. Ah, I see re the OB markings. I take it 511 is the command version? you do get two other decal options - just liked the look of that one cheers David
  5. Hi All, Here's the Academy Gulf War Warrior which I've marked up as a Cheshire Regiment UN vehicle in Bosnia using the excellent Star decals set. The kit is a challenge with no PE,clear parts or individual link tracks. Lots of release marks including one on the front face of all of the turret vision blocks. I don' t think its that accurate as a Gulf War example so this will be way off for detail fans. The mud was to try and disguise the poor rubber band tracks. I did find an ABER barrel which is a huge improvement over the kit one. Usual C&C Welcome. Regards David
  6. looks great Those figures are impressive
  7. Here it is at Duxford last year. Without a word of a lie it did half a lap and broke down! Impressive looking thing though
  8. Hi All Here's the lockdown build. This is an old kit with rubber band tracks that are about 5 links too long so fruils are the only real option. The extras in the fighting compartment are all Tamiya as is the badly painted figure. Strange looking vehicle, part of a large number of captured French tanks modified by a Major Becker in France prior to D Day. The high superstructure and thin armour made it pretty vulnerable apparently. The base is my first home made effort which has given me the confidence to try bigger and better things. Usual C&C welcome - stay safe all Cheers David
  9. Nice camo, Would you consider a quick pin wash?
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