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Longbow

M10 GMC. Normandy, July 1944.

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Hi Guys.... Hope everyone is staying safe, and remaining healthy !!

 

Ready for inspection, and Critique, please !! Is this Taniya 1/35 M10. 
 

Finished as a vehicle in Saint Lo, July, 1944, the kit is finished from the box, with some scratch building for the wading trunks. 
 

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Like that a lot, and great work on the wading trunk!

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Awesome totally awesome........nice bit of scratch work and some nice laying of colour ....you should be very proud of that Lee, a top job all round, well done

 

 

 

Sooooooooooooooooooooooooo what's next  :drunk:

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11 minutes ago, danbuoy said:

Like that a lot, and great work on the wading trunk!

Thank you, Dan !!

 

7 minutes ago, M3talpig said:

Awesome totally awesome........nice bit of scratch work and some nice laying of colour ....you should be very proud of that Lee, a top job all round, well done

 

 

 

Sooooooooooooooooooooooooo what's next  :drunk:

Thanks Steve !!

Brummbar has arrived ;)

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1 minute ago, Dads203 said:

Lovely work indeed, Now where is the Diorama ;)

Judging by the speed this one went together Dan it will take him about 3mins to do a diorama for it :D

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5 minutes ago, Longbow said:

Thanks Steve !!

Brummbar has arrived ;)

A bit of roll reversal for you and me then ...my next one will be an M36 B1

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2 minutes ago, M3talpig said:

Judging by the speed this one went together Dan it will take him about 3mins to do a diorama for it :D

It's probably already done mate;)

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14 minutes ago, M3talpig said:

A bit of roll reversal for you and me then ...my next one will be an M36 B1

Nice !! I’ll look forward to that  one, too !!

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2 minutes ago, SimonT said:

Very nice indeed.  What happened to the hedgerow cutter?

Thanks Simon !!

 

Well, I thought it would be too much with the trunk too. So figured I’d save it for a Sherman. 

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brilliant finished product - really enjoyed the build thread... more please

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2 hours ago, robw_uk said:

brilliant finished product - really enjoyed the build thread... more please

Thanks, Rob !! 
I have a few more planned ;)

 

1 hour ago, APA said:

very nice indeed. Nice scratch building to.

 

A

Thanks for stopping by and commenting !!

 

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Looking great, always loved the M10s. And that wading trunk is awesome, makes me think of those classic pics of them fighting in Normandy. :)

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3 minutes ago, Paramedic said:

Looking great, always loved the M10s. And that wading truck is awesome, makes me think of those classic pics of them fighting in Normandy. :)

Thanks for taking a look, and comment !!

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Superb! Very well constructed and beautifully finished. The wading trunk is fantastic 👍

Are you planning some sort of invasion with all these tanks you're building?!

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59 minutes ago, StuartH said:

Superb! Very well constructed and beautifully finished. The wading trunk is fantastic 👍

Are you planning some sort of invasion with all these tanks you're building?!

Lol. No Stuart :D

No invasion planned. When I’ve read as much as Can in Dioramas, I may try one ore two. 
 

Thanks for the kind words !!

 

Lee. 

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Lovely job, nicely but not overly weathered.

 

Pete

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Excellent work! :worthy:

 

The weathering looks very well done.

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4 hours ago, Buzby061 said:

Lovely job, nicely but not overly weathered.

 

Pete

 

4 hours ago, dnl42 said:

Excellent work! :worthy:

 

The weathering looks very well done.

Thank you guys !!

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Lee, that turned out  really well. The scratch building made a real difference.

 

John.

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Lee.

That is a stunning piece of work, WELL DONE.

Jon

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1 hour ago, Bullbasket said:

Lee, that turned out  really well. The scratch building made a real difference.

 

John.

 

27 minutes ago, Faraway said:

Lee.

That is a stunning piece of work, WELL DONE.

Jon

Gentlemen, thank you both for the kind comments !!

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