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  1. Hello Few pictures my latest project. Enjoy. Cheers
  2. Hi folks, I posted the general scale model stuff in the Rumourmonger already, but Tamiya blog has some pictures of a new sixth-scale release: http://tamiyablog.com/2017/02/new-tamiya-static-kit-releases-at-nuremberg-toy-fair-spielwarenmesse-2017/tamiya-nuremberg-2017-04-4/ It's weird seeing the hypermodern stealth look on something that's not a crotch rocket road bike, but I rather like it. The kit has plastic spokes, but they look rather well done, and minimal chromed parts (yay!) They're also doing a link-by-link 1/6 bike chain which appears to have plastic rollers and pins with etched links. Cheers, Will
  3. Evening all. Welcome to my little corner of BritModeller; long time viewer, first time post(er). So... My MP4/4. I had previously built the MP4/23 that Degostini had released which went okay but was pretty giddy about this release. For anyone that loves F1, I think a part of us were all a fan of Senna and to be able to build this iconic machine was a must. Juggling a young family and starting design business meant I had the luxury of having ALL the pieces arrive month by month and no time to build it... Until now... Mwah ha ha! So, enough of the waffle, on to my attempt to build this 1:8th scale monster!
  4. Hey all, I'm looking to purchase Tamiya's FW14b as my next build. I was just curious if the kit comes with paint masks to paint the body?
  5. Tiger I Updates (for Hobby Boss) 1:16 Taigen The Hobby Boss 1:16 Tiger I owes more than a little to a previous mould that was sold as a remote control model by a company called WSN, who retreated from Europe and were later re-marketed under Torro's branding. It would seem that many updates designed for those R/C kits will fit the new Hobby Boss kit. We've got just a sample of what's available here to show what's out there. Towing Shackles This set of four cast metal shackles replace the plastic ones, and have a separate partially threaded rod that screws into a bolt, making them fully functional. They are also add some realism as they can be left slightly loose to dangle in the breeze. You'll need to do a little clean-up to remove mould seams, but not only are they more sturdy, they'll also be easier to chip during the weathering process just like the real thing. Final Drive inner detail plates This set contains two detailed zinc-alloy parts to add the missing bolt-heads on the insides of the final drive bulges at the front of the tank, plus a small armoured vent cover for the engine deck, which is applicable to later model Tiger Is. It saves you a lot of scratch-building and adds more realism with minimum effort. Review samples courtesy of .
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