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  1. M-46 Patton (for Takom Kit) 1:35 Eduard If you didn't see the release of the M-46 Patton from Takom last year, where were you? We reviewed it here, and we'll wait for you while you go and have a look. Eduard's new range of sets are now here to improve on the kit detail in the usual modular manner. Get what you want for the areas you want to be more of a focal point. As usual with Eduard's larger Photo-Etch (PE) sets, they arrive in a flat resealable ziplok package, with a white backing card protecting the contents and the instructions that are sandwiched betwe
  2. M48 A2CG Patton (03287) 1:35 Revell Despite the fact it share the name Patton with the M46/M47 the M48 was designed as a replacement for these tanks, plus the M4 and the M26. The M48 was truly the first generation Main Battle Tank for the US Army. Designed by Chrysler over 12000 were built and the type went though many upgrades and changes over its life time. The Tank was also sold to many friendly nations inside and outside NATO. The German Army made considerable use of these tanks until they were replaced by the Leopard 1. The M48 A2 brought about an improved
  3. Hi Pals, al last I finished the model, and IHMO, I think it has been to my liking. I was pleasantly surprised, to see that even being such an ancient mold, still has a very good level of quality (I think even better than some models Tamiya of the time, and that time, were twice as expensive or so. ..) Once finished, you see a pretty powerful tank, a whole "Heavy metal", precursor of the "beasts" that would follow. On the other hand, the kit has a fairly simple assembly, no major problems to solve, if you want to OOB, although I have had two delicate enough, the hull and turret were twiste
  4. M46 Patton US Medium Tank 1:35 Takom via Pocketbond Despite his insistence that the US Forces didn't require a heavier tank toward the close of WWII, which resulted in the delay of the capable Pershing tank, so that it barely made any difference the final few months of the war, the US Army seem fond of naming tanks after this flamboyant General. The M46 was developed after the shortcomings of the M26 Pershings were determined after WWII. Initially called the M26E2 it was decided the new tank had so many deviations from the M26 it needed its own designation. 1160
  5. Hi Pals, I have finally decided to build another vehicle from the time of Vietnam, the well-known M48A3. This is the version of Tamiya, an old kit, but as they say an oldie. It will certainly not be very accurate, but I'm sure I can get a good result. In principle it will be OOB, but maybe add some extra equipment. Let the show begin .. (lol). Thx for watch and comment, cheers mates
  6. Hi there! Just photographed my new model) I didn't work a lot on it, made only mantlet and searchlight covers and machine-gun shield. Hope you'll like it!
  7. Hi Pals, need some help, I have a question with the color more appropriate for an M-48 Patton in Vietnam, use Vallejo Model Air, thank you very much.
  8. Recently re-released, this will be my Build Just picked it up today at ModelKraft 2016 in Milton Keynes More tomorrow
  9. Hey All After a nice little car binge its time to return to military models. Today I present Tamiya's 1/35 M48A3 Patton finished as a South Korean M48A5K1. Enjoy... I've become a real fan of these older Tamiya armour kits. They build rather well, have adequate detail and can usually be found relatively inexpensive. Like I said above, this is the M48A3 built as a South Korean (Republic of Korea) M48A5K1. The most noticeable differences are the 105mm main gun, side skirts, smoke launchers, shortened cupola and different style of IR searchlight. Most of the parts for
  10. M60A2 Patton "Starship" 1:35 Academy The M60A2 was named the "Starship" due to the then modern technology fitted to the tank. It was designed as a force multiplier to operate alongside M60A1 tanks. Development began in the 1960s with them entering service in 1972. The Starship featured a new different turret from other tanks of the time. The main turret had quite a low profile which was offset somewhat by a large commanders copula on top. This featured a sighting system and a co-axial 50 cal machine gun. The idea was for the commander to find the target and lock on the main armament and
  11. All the latest new items from ACADEMY are available now. Academy 1/35 Sherman with rocket launcher parts from Italeri. http://www.pocketbond.co.uk/Product.aspx?ID=4548 Academy 1/35 T-34/85 "Berlin 1945" - this is a limited edition kit with a new turret plus all the PE parts required for the bedspring armour on the turret and upper hull. http://www.pocketbond.co.uk/Product.aspx?ID=4549 Academy 1/35 M60A2 'Starship' - substantially retooled with new turret, cupola parts and link & length tracks on no less than 4 brand new injected sprues. http://www.pocketbond.co.uk/Product.aspx?ID=463
  12. M48A3 Patton for Dragon Smart kit 1:35 Eduard It seems that the Dragon M48A3 has been really well received, being one of the most accurate kits of this famous tank. That said, where Eduard are concerned there is always room for improvement and this set has been released to accomplish just that. The single sheet contained in the now infamous plastic packets is full of fine detail parts, some of which you really need an Opti Visor to see. Apart from the host of new brackets, and handles, this set provides a load of new detail for the prominent searchlight above the gun mantle. These in
  13. Detroit Arsenal Tank Plant M60 Patton Main Battle Tank. M60A3 pics thanks to Mike.
  14. M-48A3 Patton, Pics taken at the Vietnam War Remnants Museum by Mike (bootneck)
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