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Russian Tank T-34/76

1943 Production Model

Tamiya | No. MM159 | 1:35

Boxart T-34/76 MM159 Tamiya

Facts

Brand:Tamiya
Title:Russian Tank T-34/76 1943 Production Model
Number:MM159 (Also listed as 59|3559|35059)
Scale:1:35
Type:Full kit
Released:1975 | Rebox (Updated/New parts)
Barcode:4950344993208 (EAN)
Topic:T-34 » Tanks (Vehicles)

Markings

T-34

T-34/76 Model 1943
SU Soviet Army (Rabotsche-krestjanskaja Krasnaja armija 1946-1991) Military
  • 2 Bn., 181 Tank Brig., 18 Tank Corps 20
    1943 World War 2»Eastern Front - Kursk
    Russian Green 4BO
  • Khabarovsk Communist Youth League
    Khabarovsk
    Russian Green 4BO
  • Soviet Guard Unit 106
    Eastern Front
    Russian Green 4BO
  • Unknown Unit
    Russian Green 4BO

Box contents

Plastic sprue, Decalsheet (waterslide), Metal, Vinyl

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Alternative SKUs for Tamiya MM159:
TA35059 | TAM35049 | 74-T35059 | 35059 | TAM35059 | TAM35059ST | TM 35059

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Gallery

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News Feed

Jens Andrée
First kit I built in over 30 years and I used this as a practise kit. The goal was always to bang it up and leave it as a burned out carcass and to use it in a diorama with a German tank. 6 weeks later and another 9 tanks on the desk I think I can say that I'm hooked 😉
I will upload pictures when things have been organised and I feel it's "done".
4. July 2017, 01:10
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Wim van der Luijt
a lot of us have turned to hobby because of some kind of disability it seems. Same for me. Keep pushing the envelope and beautiful thing will happen....
7. July 2017, 11:19
Rui S
Hi Jen's,
I hope you get much better now, that you found the correct surgeon, hope and can concentrate in our hobby and forget the pain.
Have you think about or consider, using alcohol iso or even lighter fluid with your paints?
7. July 2017, 20:10
Sebastian Meyner
Thar sounds like a serious case of modelling fever ;)
Welcome back 👍
7. July 2017, 20:39
Jens Andrée
Thanks again for all of your kind words!!! 🙂

Scale modelling so far is making me feel happy, and I get to "tinker" and use my brain and my creativity, so I'm not at all surprised that there's more than a few here who discovered this whilst recovering from injury/trauma/PTS etc. I'm going to talk to my doctors about this so they can recommend it to other people in the future!

I've been recommended to use isopropanol instead of cellulose thinner but I need to find a cheaper source first because the isopropanol I've got at home is for PCB cleaning - and it's rather expensive what I've got. I'll try to order a 1 litre bottle of some cheaper stuff and try because isopropanol smells a lot less than cellulose thinner for sure. Thanks for reminding me!
I did try medical grade ethanol when I first bought the airbrush 6 weeks ago but it didn't play well with Tamiyas paints. Not for me anyway. It was only 70% and some of the other 30% could be the culprit though so it could do with some further investigation?!
Isopropanol is something I use for my electronics tinkering so that's something I need anyway, and it that works it'd be great!

And yes, it certainly seems I've caught a serious form of modelling fever! :P

Cheers guys!
7. July 2017, 23:07
Rui S
Glad to help in anyway, mate.
I really hope cheaper iso will help you get your painting work on the way 👍
8. July 2017, 09:20

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