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Tamiya Model Magazine 47

Tamiya Model Magazine


Magazine:Tamiya Model Magazine
Number:47 | April-May 1995

Table of contents

Page 4
News desk
TMMI gives an exclusive on a new Tamiya Jaguar launched at Nuremberg
Page 8
Gallery, 1:48 
Violet lightning by Geoff Coughlin
Tamiya's 1:48 scale N1K1 Shiden fighter
Page 10
Gallery, 1:72 
The world beater that never was by Geoff Coughlin
The amazing but doomed TSR-II makes it to resin, thanks to Resitech
Page 14
New releases
A first look at new kits and accessoires soon to be in the shops
Page 16
Gallery, 1:10 
Warrior nation by Graham Dixey
Graham Dixey explains the art of capturing skin tones as he paints a Pawnee bust
Page 18
Gallery, 1:20 
High mobility
Tamiya's novel die-cast kit form model of the Hummer
Page 20
Gallery, 1:35 
Support systems by Angus Creighton
Airfield Accessories' Opel Blitz based Luftwaffe fuel truck conversion
Page 22
Gallery, 1:48 
Sturzkampfflugzeug! by Angus Creighton
Hasegawa's new Stuka dives in
Page 26
Gallery, 1:35 
Tank killer by Angus Creighton
An all new Jagdpanzer Hetzer 38t from Dragon
Page 28
Review, 1:12 
Composite Caterham
Tamiya have created a new era in plastic moulded finishes on their latest version of the open top Caterham Super 7
Page 30
Gallery, 1:24 
Rally special by Marcus Nicholls
Ford have bounced back to the top of International rallying with the Escort Cosworth. We review and weather the new Tamiya 1:24 scale model of the Monte Carlo winner
Page 34
Gallery, 1:35 
Workhorse of the Wehrmacht by Marcus Nicholls
Tamiya's latest addition to the "new generation" of armour kits takes the form of the Panzer IV Ausf. J - one of the most numerous tanks of the war...
Page 40
Gallery, 1:10 
Super Cooper
A classic model in many ways - a super subject and a fun, easy to build RC kit of the famous Mini Cooper...
Page 42
Model views
The 49th Pachi competition - we have some entries on show
Page 44
Gallery, 1:6 
The admirable Kryten by Keith Bristow
For many, Kryten was the true star of the BBC's TV show "Red Dwarf". Keith Bristow brings the Sevans model of this agreeable mechanoid to life
Page 46
Nuremberg '95
The largest hobby show in Europe is always the place where new models are released. TMMI was on hand to bring you the latest
Page 50
New releases extra
More of the kits, accessories and new models that will be new to you
Page 52
Some interesting suggestions this issue from our readers
Page 54
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