Mike Kryza Hi Frank - Keep cool. At first I have to reanimate some "corpses"...
Then it's time to look for a camouflage-scheme and reading a little bit in "Nuts & Bolts" and after that --- let's see.
The first look promises a very easy and funny assembling.
Btw the tracks are a "no go" - you need Friuls or similar ones.
I also missed the inner cradle - the expl. in Kubinka shows the cradle but the Aberdeen-Nashorn has none...
...and the figures are typical Tamiya.
14. May 2014 at 18:00:54
Fabian D. ochhh nööö
typical new Tamiya or typical old Tamiya figures? frome the pics I´ve seen they´re looking quite interresting (cold weather gear, if I´ve got that correctly..)
Mike Kryza Hi Fabian - I think this will be a "new" generation of figures... - "thick" winter clothes... possible to paint them white or in a typical camouflage. Or you replace the figures by a summer crew.
14. May 2014 at 19:45:30
Joerg R. @Mike Panzer-Tracts 7-3 is the better choice for information about that beast
14. May 2014 at 22:22:59
Fabian D. Mike, thx for the confirmation... If I got that right im mind is threre no equivalent for those figs, at least in styrene... which would make it a perfect base for this: [img1]
...alright this goes off to withlist
14. May 2014 at 22:41:01
Mike Kryza Thx for the hint, Jörg.
@Fabian - The pic is from Vol. 3 "Waffen-Arsenal" - but I think it's possible to find another crew.
15. May 2014 at 16:35:05
Fabian D. well.... let´s see, (but thanks for the hint anyway) this pic is for quite a long time in my "somedays dioarama" folder, and will remain there sometime I guess... given the availability of other Tamiya kits, there should be not a real problem with that
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