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  1. I started this beast four years ago. I love the Conqueror, from my first day at Stanley Barracks I was mesmerised by the hoofing great lump of a gate guard. Later on I got to go inside it, it was awesome, a proper tank. Loved by many of its crews, but not all, loathed by an Army that never got to grips with it logistically, mechanically or tactically. I couldn't wait to get the Dragon kit when it came out , despite its flaws. I intended to build OTB and just correct the major faults.......Glacis height and front roof armour, rear profile of the turret and gun barrel length/fume extractor posit
  2. First finished build of 2019, built as part of the Panzer IV STGB. Second build of the year built as part of the Tiger STGB hosted by me and Stix. Finished off in 2019, the Bedford boys hitting Omaha beach June 6th 1944. Built as part of the D-Day group build, 2nd Platoon Easy Company taking the first gun at Brecourt manor June 6th 1944.
  3. Having built nothing new for about five months (partly to do with loss of enthusiasm), I had a root through the cupboards where I keep my stash, trying to come up with something that would fire me up (you’d think that with 50 odd AFVs and trucks, it wouldn’t be too difficult). Several years ago, I built a Firefly 1c using a Tamiya M4 upper hull and a Dragon lower hull, but I made some school boy errors, and ditched it. It’s now sitting on a shelf, in pieces waiting to be recycled into other builds. Right, the current project. There is now a 1/35th scale model of the Sherman 1c with a weld
  4. Hello Dears, Here's my first finished tank for years, It's the Dragon one with lots of goodies Resicast interior joerdi Rubio metal barrel for the 76mm accurate armour Duckbill tracks And lots of swearing !! The box say that it was in the battle of the bulge, but that is wrong ! Since in this book It is said that Abrams received a brand new M4A3 with a 76mm more powerfull gun in mid January '45 and at the time, they were moved in Luxemburg ready to launch an offensive toward river Rhine ! so I had to change my plans .... My idea
  5. Here is a Jagdpanther that was originally the 3 color scheme but now a beat up winter camo. I'm pretty much over the winter camo urge now.
  6. I began a new project, a german machine for once. An easy assembly.
  7. This is the Dragon kit that I picked up from the LHS scratch and dent sale for half price. It's a good kit, with a lot of detail inside and out, but I chose not to build the drivers compartment and engine bay as they can't be seen when it's buttoned up. This machine was captured in Italy in 1943.
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