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Shar2

Italeri 1:35 PT-109 MTB, now alongside the MAS-500.

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Continuing my mojo relieving builds I have recently completed the Italeri 1:35 PT-109, just added the Italeri crew set to the standard kit. Had a few problems with the paint bubbling in areas, but I'm quite pleased with the end result. The kit was reviewed way back in 2013, HERE, better late than never. :D

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Like the 3.7 AT gun strapped to the for'd bow section.

Very nice crew set up Dave.

One question,' Wheare's John Wayne' :winkgrin: .

Glad your mojo is back lol.

foxy :coolio:

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Thanks guys. Shouldn't that be Cliff Robertson Frank? He's the one wearing the sunglasses. :D

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Cracking build Dave, crew figures really set it off.

All the best Chris

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Looking good Dave. I cant believe they just strapped a 37mm on the deck like that.

Julien

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Lovely job, especially on the figures me old mucka :)

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Really like that with the figures too.

Can tell its a US boat though rather than RN - the guy swabbing the deck isnt really putting his back into it very much - that intentional Dave? :D

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Well, it's hot in the Pacific John. Didn't want to over exert himself. :D

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Go for it Mark. They are great kits and go together without too much drama.

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Very nice i wish i had space for theses as they look the bees knees

The crew really bring her to life and give you a idea of scale

What about a pic of your other build and this one together

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Yeah I can do that. Will take some photos later today.

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As requested, here are the two Italeri 1:35 MTB's I've built so far.

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Wow, those are lovely Dave.

Cheers

John

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Surprised how much bigger the PT is. Lovely models Dave. Vosper next?

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Thanks John, and Andy. I'm certainly considering it Andy, as I have both in the stash. Although there is still PT-596 that is crying out to be built, with the huge PE set from LionRoar. :D

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Very nice build - like the Crew and the gun strapped on the bow.

A question - to which movie are you guys referring to?

Cheers,

Michael

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Thanks very much.

The movie PT-109 with Cliff Robertson playing John F Kennedy.

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there is still PT-596 that is crying out to be built, with the huge PE set from LionRoar. :D

That's the one I would like to build.

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Really like that with the figures too.

Can tell its a US boat though rather than RN - the guy swabbing the deck isnt really putting his back into it very much - that intentional Dave? :D

He's got no bucket!

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He's got no bucket!

It's being brought to him by the bare chested chap on the port side. :thumbsup:

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Thanks very much.

The movie PT-109 with Cliff Robertson playing John F Kennedy.

Thanks mate.

Cheers,

Michael

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