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T-54 in syrian markings from the yom Kippur , which is the mig-ammo 1/72 kit and the 72nd  maz 537 transporter by takom , both  built oob and really nice kits that build up totally trouble free,built in the T-55 stgb thats just about to end at the weekend,

Glynn

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So impressed by both of these Glynn! Awesome  - especially in 1/72! :worthy: :worthy: :worthy:

Kind regards,

Stix

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Not my scale but very impressive builds. Particularly like the MAZ.

 

Great work.

Darryl 

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very nicely done and finished i couldn,t believe they were 1/72 until the last photo 

        kind regards ian

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10 minutes ago, Jim Wasley said:

The 1/72 kits are coming of age,and you have done these proud.

Cheers Jim.

They really are jim, some of the latest 72nd scale stuff is beautifully done,

Cheers 

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Aye up Glynn,

 

Fantastic pair of models. Could easily be mistaken for 35th scale.

 

Regards,

 

Steve

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Awesome work indeed, could easily be mistaken for a 35th scale build :thumbsup:

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You've done both of these builds proud Glynn. I admire the effort that you've put into them. Not my scale but I'm on the lookout for one of the T-54's.

 

John.

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18 hours ago, PlaStix said:

So impressed by both of these Glynn! Awesome  - especially in 1/72! :worthy: :worthy: :worthy:

 

14 hours ago, ijs302 said:

very nicely done and finished i couldn,t believe they were 1/72 until the last photo 

 

1 hour ago, Dads203 said:

Awesome work indeed, could easily be mistaken for a 35th scale build :thumbsup:

Couldn't put better myself

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Thanks gents I'm chuffed you like it , could've spent an age weathering this but, the emperors new clothes beckon ,not really a scale i build much in either, but as jim said earlier there are  some very detailed kits about in 72nd atm ,the takom  1/72 m1070 truck and trailer with a  little digger on the back looks an absolute gem,cheers 

Glynn

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Lovely, well done Hewy! I have that kit with the bulldozer on it, must start it sometime soon, and if I get it to look half as good as yours I'll be a very happy modeller!

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58 minutes ago, JeroenS said:

have that kit with the bulldozer on it, must start it sometime soon, and if I get it to look half as good as yours I'll be a very happy modeller!

I'm  totally sure you'll  nail it jeroen, cheers pal

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Amazing amazing amazing again glynn.

I think its a 55 gallon glass drum of x-22 😁

Edited by Dansk

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I was scrolling though the pictures and thinking "that recovery vehicle must be huge!", Then I saw the last pic and realized both models were 1/72 and I'm still shocked.

 

And humbled.

 

VERY nice work, sir!

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I've had a look at these on a decent sized monitor now, WOW, I'm even more impressed. Nice work indeed Glynn. That trans[porter is a beast. :)

Steve.

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Amazing couple!!, if it were 1/48, it would be great, but at 1/72, it's amazing how good they look, if you don't say it, 1/35 and "compliant" ... lol

Cheers Hewy :goodjob:

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I appreciate it, thanks gents, both kits basically fall together they're that well manufactured the transporter comes in at around 290mm , so its a bit of a snake on the 1/72 shelf😋

Thanks again 

Glynn

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This is some serious small scale armour modelling, very impressive!

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Most excellent midgets! Painting and weathering look good

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