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Jim Wasley

1/35 Soviet BA-3 Armourd Car.

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This is a 1/35 Hobby Boss kit,of the Soviet BA-3 Armoured Car,developed in 1933,around 180 were built,have seen some fine examples of this kit so this is my interpretation,my idea came from the photo I have added to show what I was after,the engine came with the kit,which would have been hidden,it was such a fine example I thought I would show it off,Cheers to all and as it is close to Christmas,I wish all you Fine modellers out there a Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year..🎅

JIM..

 

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That's excellent Jim. I really like these Soviet armoured cars.

 

John.

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Excellent job..    Like the weathering and the display of the engine.  That would have been an awesome vehicle back in the day...  Even today decent size gun.. 

 

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Spot on job

 

Love the weathering and setting

 

I do agree with you that it is a shame that the engine may be hidden, it is best to be shown and not put in the spares box

 

Good Job

 

Cheers

 

Keith

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Hi Jim. That's a great looking armoured car and great idea for the display too! Very well done. :thumbsup::clap2::thumbsup:

Kind regards,

Stix

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An excellent replica, the real model "has nothing to envy to yours" ... lol.
It is a rather ugly vehicle, but the result is great. :goodjob:
Also MC and HNY for you.🎄, cheers

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14 hours ago, Bryan71 said:

Excellent work.Top marks on your weathering 👍

Thanks Bryan,glad you like,Cheers.

11 hours ago, Bullbasket said:

That's excellent Jim. I really like these Soviet armoured cars.

 

John.

Thanks John.yes there are some good ones out there,Cheers.

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10 hours ago, Hairtrigger said:

Excellent job..    Like the weathering and the display of the engine.  That would have been an awesome vehicle back in the day...  Even today decent size gun.. 

 

Thanks for your comments.Cheers.

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9 hours ago, KAYELL said:

Spot on job

 

Love the weathering and setting

 

I do agree with you that it is a shame that the engine may be hidden, it is best to be shown and not put in the spares box

 

Good Job

 

Cheers

 

Keith

Thanks Keith,yes it was nice to have it on show.Cheers.

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7 hours ago, PlaStix said:

Hi Jim. That's a great looking armoured car and great idea for the display too! Very well done. :thumbsup::clap2::thumbsup:

Kind regards,

Stix

As always thanks for your kind comments Stix,Cheers.

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2 hours ago, FrancisGL said:

An excellent replica, the real model "has nothing to envy to yours" ... lol.
It is a rather ugly vehicle, but the result is great. :goodjob:
Also MC and HNY for you.🎄, cheers

Thanks Francis,the wife says similar things about me..😉,Cheers.

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56 minutes ago, BigginHill said:

really interesting subject matter, what a vehicle! Nice execution and presentation

Thanks for your comments,Cheers.

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Lovely job. It certainly is an odd looking beast. 

 

Pete

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18 hours ago, Buzby061 said:

Lovely job. It certainly is an odd looking beast. 

 

Pete

Thanks Pete,yes most seem to think the same,Cheers.

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