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A clean, green, fightin' machine - Dragon 1/35 M67A2


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Hello, here I present a clean, out-of-the-box build of Dragon's fantastic M67A2 flamethrower tank kit. This kit represents an M48 Patton with a flamethrower instead of a main gun. I built this puppy purely since the M48 is one of my favorite AFVs. I was first hooked when I built, and didn't finish, the Monogram M48, and then finished the Tamiya M48. The Tamiya one, however, was not painted amazingly by me and lacked realism in some key areas. For instance, it is known that the Tamiya M48 kit sits too high off the ground. To remedy this, I turned to Dragon. The M67A2 kit went together amazingly well. The two main hull halves fit perfectly and blended to make a perfect nose for this unique hull. I built it clean, and almost factory-fresh since I wanted a very perfect looking example of the M48. Here it is, in all of it's clean green glory;

 

 

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Thanks for looking around!

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4 hours ago, StuartH said:

Very nice indeed. The finish looks just right.

Nice one 👍

 

4 hours ago, Lazy Modeller said:

Very nice clean build.

Cheers

LM

 

4 hours ago, Trevor L said:

Nicely finished. The paint has a very realistic tone to it.

Thanks for the feedback.

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