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Jack Klugman

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  1. This is an amazing looking model, I wish i had your painting skills
  2. Hello, I thought that I would share by next build log on the forum and start another build log. This time it's a Panzer 38(t) Ausf G, based on the Dragon kit 6290 This is not my first build of a 38(t) variant, I authored this build log on Armourama a few years ago.: https://armorama.kitmaker.net/modules.php?op=modload&name=SquawkBox&file=index&req=viewtopic&topic_id=235247#1983736 This is the kit: And some of the accessory kits I will be using: I will probably purchase an additional kit to super detail the gearbox. Thanks for looking S
  3. Hello All, Sorry I have not posted in a little while but that did not really mean that I stopped the project. So I sprayed the tank hull red and kind of finished it. I chose to represent a Panther Ausf. A from the 2. Kompanie/Pz.Rgt.6, part of the Panzer Lehr Division in Normandy, July 1944. She was knocked out by the Americans who took several photos of her: And here she is: Panther A alongside an older Dragon Late Panther G I have no idea what my next project is going to be Thanks for Looking S
  4. I think the tank has the normal track hangers but they were not utilising the first and the last one to stow track for whatever reason. Anyway he turret floor is done Thanks for looking S
  5. Fuel/water stowage, this Panther G has two, that particular installation would have been impossible on mine given the distinctive three exhausts on the final versions of the Ausf A. It probably was a field modification ?
  6. Thank you for your comment. A quick update the build is more or less completed and the turret will now be painted before final assembly
  7. Very nice build, I am noting the differences to the Panther A. The Jagdpanther is the only tank that I have ever actually been inside so I am eager to build one too S
  8. Hello, A photo heavy update I am afraid. After finalising the hull I have started and almost completed the turret There are a few fitment issues which I have to resolve which prevents the turret from sitting flush with the hull. Turret Interior with main gun Muzzle brake, soldered obviously ! Exterior with mantlet Turret with Gun Not much PE in this section at all so progress is rapid and its starting to look like a tank now. Thanks for looking S
  9. Nice build, but yes there are issues with the application of the dark yellow
  10. Nice build but the Academy Tiger 1 with Interior kit was inaccurate when it was released and completely obsolete now. A RFM kit would be a generational leap over the academy offering
  11. Another very nice 16th kit to add to the collection. You will have a Panzer battalion before long
  12. Everything is going well if slowly, the hull is about 98% complete The only real additions left are the brass chains, which I might leave off until the turret build is completed. Soldering is straightforward enough if you have the right leaded solder and flux. I have no idea what I am going to do after the Panther A tbh
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