US Light Tank M5A1
Tamiya - Nr. 35097
|Product name:||US Light Tank M5A1|
Includes: Plastic sprues, Vinyl, Waterslide decals
|Released:||1977 | Initial release - new tool|
This product contains markings to depict following versions:
- M5A1 Stuart
USA 3047999 Victory, E-15, 83rd Cavallery Battalion, 3rd Armoured Div., US Army | Olive drab | World War 2
- M5A1 Stuart
USA 3046751, B-4, 67th Tank Battalion, 2nd Armoured Div., US Army | Olive drab | World War 2
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This product from Tamiya with number 35097 is used in following projects:
Status: Completed | Scale: 1:35 | | Built by: Alan Rush | Photoalbums: 1 with 9 images
Status: On hold | Scale: 1:35 | | Built by: | Photoalbums: 1 with 30 images
Status: On hold | Scale: 1:35 | | Built by: Frank Krause | Photoalbums: 2 with 5 images
Started this a long time ago and put it on hold, because I didn't like the base colour. Also Tamiya tracks are those with end connectors "connecting nothing", but the AFV Club tracks are a bit fiddely. So this one will get tracks of an Academy Stuart. And may be some time in future I will continue...
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03. October 2013 at 19:55:08
03. October 2013 at 20:42:49
Don't forget the most important update for this kit. New tracks that isn't magical...
03. October 2013 at 21:04:03
Yeah, the tracks are so bad it pains me to look at them. I will be using replacement tracks, haven't decided which ones though.
03. October 2013 at 21:16:31
Urban delievers the right tracks around the world.
Soon I´ll have to do mine.
Don´t buy PE´s from Eduard...too much.
03. October 2013 at 21:18:43
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03. October 2013 at 21:24:41
added the Tamiya M5A1 (1:35) to his stash
View full thread with 15 comments Acki
Well Markus, no need to tell our kids about the batteries.
07. January 2013 at 22:37:27
"Acki No. No. No. First I have to finish all my other projects. I am disciplined! Only taking a look at that kit...opening the box..."
LOL!! Good joke, my friend!!
08. January 2013 at 13:16:35
Arne...you are so mean to me!
08. January 2013 at 15:01:36
08. January 2013 at 15:35:06
You got me. Started yesterday.
08. January 2013 at 15:42:10
@Acki: Do it better than me... finish it...!
08. January 2013 at 19:51:49
Nice dusty finish.How did you do that?? .And of course its green ....like it!!
08. January 2013 at 20:37:22
Add a comment » Frank Krause
Mother nature helped me with the dust. Takes some time, but it's for real...
08. January 2013 at 23:21:03
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