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Kerry Cox added a new photoalbum.
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October 17, 2017

Kerry Cox and Michael Phillips are now mates.
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Updated: October 17, 2017
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Rui S Ok, that's true, Mate. I might miss understood your words.
As to the dio. reminds me, my very first one, where I used also my very first 1/32 vehicle the 250/3 Greif from Airfix ;) Remember?

Half-Track Sd Kfz 250/3 (Airfix 06501-6, 1:32)

1:32 Half-Track Sd Kfz 250/3 (Airfix 06501-6)
13. October at 00:51:45
Kerry Cox In fact Rui, I went looking through your albums for that build but it wasn't there. !!! Because I remember remarking on how hot it looked and how you had captured that 'feel' of the desert heat. YES I do remember it well and now I get to see it again. :) :) :)
13. October at 02:33:13
Kerry Cox Choppa, the figures you see there at the moment are the Dragon kit figures, including driver.
13. October at 02:35:02
Rui S Kezza it is still there you can see it here: mig

But I think that comments where about the Sd.Kfz.10/4 another more recent Afrika Korps model: mig

I'm uploading a surprise for you in my MT3 Album. Hope you like it... ;) mig
13. October at 02:39:24
Dan M Nice info with the glue for decals. I'm always learning something new from your albums Kerry. Thank you for being so generous with the explanations.
But speaking of your albums, i've tried recently to look at your M40 one as I know you built one in the past (and I am building one right now) and the album is gone :( (and it's not the only one apparently gone from your older work)
13. October at 10:14:18
Kerry Cox Thanks for letting me know that what I posted was of some help, as I was always pissed off that I could not get over the 'silvering' of decals until I tried the clear gel and all went well. The M40, I can repost it for everyone Dan. I had an issue with myself and deleted quite a few albums, but now I am over my ego, I will get it all reposted. hehehehe
13. October at 10:41:34
Dan M Sorry to hear about your troubles Kerry and thank you for adding it again. I find your builds to be very interesting and useful, having so many detailed explanations. My thanks for your sharing!
13. October at 13:10:50
Kerry Cox Dan. I really do appreciate your words and support mate. :) I have uploaded what I have and there are more to come. .
Cheers. :)
13. October at 17:11:10
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October 16, 2017

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16. October at 03:34:01 Share
Spanjaard thanks for your other post, i started looking for them, and finally found them in Europe and got a few in different colors and sizes... great stuff!!! and not expensive :)
16. October at 20:10:53
Spanjaard about pic 8, why not simply inject some black paint inside of the transparent tube? it should look pretty close.... and a lot easier than inserting a cable i think.....
16. October at 20:12:47
Kerry Cox Yes. The potential for the uses of this stuff is boundless. I have also just received some of the smallest hex and acorn headed nuts plus some screws. This is the link to RB Motion web site. what he has there will blow your mind.
16. October at 20:14:00
Spanjaard thanks Kerry :)
16. October at 20:30:34
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October 15, 2017

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Updated: October 15, 2017
15. October at 00:19:00 Share
Rui S Hi Kezza.
Nice tip on that method to retire the clear parts
15. October at 00:35:52
Kerry Cox Rui, many tears were shed with previous attempts to cut clear parts from the tree, as 'shatter' would happen and the spider web effect would radiate out from the stressed area. Not a pretty sight. Then I saw a photo in Finescale Modeller Magazine of how to remove clear bits with no damage, and I have done the candle and hot blade ever since. :)
15. October at 00:42:34
Rui S Yah, Finescale Modeller has lots of nice and interesting tips.
The last one I saw was:
Aircraft lights from pin tops:
The curved tops of translucent pushpins
can be cut to look like wingtip lights for
1/32 and 1/48 scale aircraft.
When my 1/32 scale F-14 Tomcat did
not include translucent plastic for the
lights, I quartered the pushpin tops and,
with a little fine tuning, had realistic lights
— and even a taillight. After sanding down
the bottom of a purple pin, I also had an
aircraft sensor light.
– Michael Spehar
North Ogden, Utah

I think Holger could use this one in his 1/48 Italeri helicopter ;) :S
15. October at 00:53:05
Rui S 8)???
15. October at 15:11:59
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Updated: October 13, 2017
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Timothy Heimer Kerry , again, what a piece of art work! I love watching your builds for the Varity and your improvisional skills. I love that car and what you did!
14. October at 16:29:00
Kerry Cox Tim. That is wonderful of you to say those things. I thank you very much mate. :) That makes it so worthwhile that my work is worth the effort. It is the personal satisfaction that one can imagine things then make them happen which really is the fun part. hahahaha. I think I am a bit loopy at time, as I will see something on the ground or in an obscure setting and I will immediately apply it to some place in one of my builds. Do Do Do do. !!!! :-o
14. October at 18:07:13
14. October at 19:46:38
Kerry Cox Many thanks Roberto. I am pleased you like it. :)
14. October at 19:52:37
Vladislav K. Fantastic! Absolutely fantastic! Greatest detailing!
14. October at 22:11:21
Kerry Cox Vlad. Thank you my friend. :) I thought you would enjoy it.
Cheers again mate. :)
14. October at 23:35:16
Timothy Heimer It's amazing of how alike we think! LOL
15. October at 08:23:54
Kerry Cox Hi Tim, I am glad someone is in sync with me. hahaha
15. October at 09:45:05
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October 13, 2017

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Updated: October 13, 2017
13. October at 10:47:11 Share
Kerry Cox and Dan M are now mates.
13. October at 17:09:38 Share
Kerry Cox and Vladislav K. are now mates.
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October 01, 2017

Kerry Cox added a new photoalbum.
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Updated: October 01, 2017
17. September at 13:21:29 Share
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Kerry Cox Spanjaard, At the moment, I have to content myself with what is in the box, but here is the link to the video where I saw the micro tubing used. Youtube Video Go to the 47th minute on the timeline and he discusses the tubing. Cheers.

01. October at 12:10:12
Spanjaard those micro tubes may come handy... i found a couple of things
even one shop around here
01. October at 12:48:35
Kerry Cox By the looks of it, one can replicate the double tube system on the front brakes quite nicely. :) I will post an image of what I mean.
01. October at 13:25:47
Choppa Nutta That last photo looks so real !! ;) :D
01. October at 13:53:21
Spanjaard the clear should be possible with the thinnest and transparent of hareline, or maybe the middle one. right?
01. October at 14:58:55
Kerry Cox Even thin fishing line would give the same result. It 's not like its going to actually be hollow. I am going to get some, but first, I need to see what it is like. So I will get a pack of each and do an album on it and all that jazz. Yes. ? AND, In that video or one of the ones he made, he had bought some hexagonal bolt heads that were "Acorn Nuts" .050". from RB Amazing stuff, all for the scale modeller of vehicles mainly, but there are certainly many other applications for what they have.
01. October at 15:17:17
Spanjaard pretty detail stuff there! thanks for the link
01. October at 18:33:04
Kerry Cox A world of discovery at every touch of the keyboard guys. Anything and everything is out there. All for our pleasure and the spectators delight. hehehehe :) .
01. October at 22:58:20
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September 26, 2017

Travis Blackburn@Kerry Cox
Hello Kerry, Just dropped a few pictures of the micro armor that goes with the diorama. Good day, Travis
26. September at 19:52:26 Share

September 25, 2017

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23. September at 23:59:35 Share
Martin Oostrom Great work Kerry. Thanks you for sharing your wealth of techniques
24. September at 08:55:08
Kerry Cox Martin, I thank you for you kind words mate. :)
24. September at 09:29:53
Alexander G. Very interesting and informative, thanks!
24. September at 13:29:10
Kerry Cox For an oldish kit, I am really happy with how it's taking shape. Thank you Alexander.
24. September at 15:02:30
Choppa Nutta Nice work so far :)
apart from the seem issues looks quite a good kit, detail is pretty good,
better than the 1/6 Honda RC211v from Italeri :)

Anyhow, some thing is missing .....
where are the legs ? ;) :D
25. September at 13:04:42
Kerry Cox Choppa. After seeing your creation, I am sorely tempted to try my hand at some sci-fi job myself. :) :) :)
The legs are not the only thing missing from this kit mate. :(
The carby seems incomplete. No ignition system, but that can be overcome.
25. September at 18:49:11
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Travis Blackburn@Kerry Cox
almost forgot, My camera isn't good for close ups, it's 17 years old. Sometimes if the detail is light it doesn't show up. Later mate.
25. September at 00:11:54 Share
Kerry Cox Roger that. ! :)
25. September at 00:41:11
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September 23, 2017

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Rui S I've also lots of 8mm film's (no sound) and also super 8. Really nice like mute cinema black and white and in colours projection.
I also leave 36 photo films as soon as digital appeared. To expensive to reveal the negatives and lot's of them where to trash.
I've lots of family photos in physical albums, but digital (like you say) permits to take exponential more photos and in that some will be much nicer and cheap, and the speed you have until you can see the results..., instantly :)
23. September at 16:37:34
Edward May Spanjaard, I tried to send you a lengthy PM in response but Scalemates is being wonky. I don't know how much of it you received. lol No F-14s around here, sadly, but we've got one of everything the 119th Fighter Wing except for the Learjet and Predator. (And only one variety of F-89.) The air museum also has a fair selection though their star, the F2G Super Corsair, has since been destroyed.
23. September at 17:32:24
Spanjaard yes Edward the post got "interrupted" and i can see only part of it, maybe half. there is a message that there are 576 characters , but when i click to see them... nothing happens. what pity :(
I have seen some nice museums around Europe, and for example enjoyed greatly the F-4J in Duxford. but i have never seen an F-14 face to face.... is there any to be seen at this side of the Atlantic?
sorry Kerry for hijacking your post!

23. September at 21:15:07
Kerry Cox I still have heaps of "LP;s". Long Play for those unfamiliar with the 'vinyl' world of music. So popular that they are being made again, and don't be surprised if film' cameras make a comeback.
23. September at 21:33:29
Edward May Kerry, yes, I've heard vinyl is making a comeback. I actually prefer the sound from records - it has something to it that just can't be matched through digital means somehow. I still have a functioning CD/Cassette/Record Player though it was only purchased a few years ago and is stylized to look like a miniature console player.

Spanjaard, I bet you have. Before the world went insane it was one of my greatest dreams to go on a grand tour of museums throughout Europe, especially the aviation/military museums or any military museum ships, plus a few castles, rusty old suits of armor, swords and the like for good measure. ;) Unfortunately you'd have to cross the pond or sneak into Iran to see a Tomcat face to face. Our government was so paranoid about F-14 parts falling onto the black market and into Iranian hands they shredded the majority of the F-14s and stripped down MOST of the others of anything of even semi-sensitive nature. They're spread out from coast to coast with one on display in Hawaii. It shocked me a bit to learn that there is one only three hours from my present location, someone took some nice close up photos of her here;
23. September at 22:33:52
Edward May Haha! That Tomcat caught itself a bird! Check out the first two pics in the 9th row of photos down! :D
23. September at 22:39:41
Spanjaard thanks for those pictures. funny that the bird made the nest there :D
23. September at 22:44:57
Kerry Cox I have a pile of LP's numbering the 100's. :) From early Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis, right through to Pink Floyd, Roxy Music and a guy called Jim Post. All have been burned to disk, thinking that they were eventually going to go the way of the cave man, but I am so glad I kept them, as I now have a new 'turntable' and amp system that gives me chills when I play them. "Click, Pop, zzzzzit, Oh, the JOY. LOL :)
23. September at 23:54:58
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Steve Wilson I hope he's not full O' beans, I'd smell the results from here!!! :o
22. September at 23:35:51
Kerry Cox Thank you for noticing that the beans are working LOL :)
Choppa. At the age I am now, (70), I had thoughts that I would be in a "retirement home" by now, like a lot of my friends have ended up in, :(, rotting away at someone elses speed. But thankfully, I have always been a bit of a Monty Python addict and I constantly look on the bright side of life instead of 'acting my age'. hehehehe :)
In truth, my hobby has saved my sanity and, my will to be just as I was yesterday. :)
Scale mates has been a BIG player in this thinking too mate, as I do look forward to opening up the site and seeing just what we have all been up to. Much better than FB and all the worlds dramas. :)I owe the lot of you a big hug. . :)
23. September at 02:39:08
Brad Furminger Good on ya, Kerry. At 47, I still tell my students that though I may look my age, I've never been accused of acting it.
23. September at 03:24:23
Kerry Cox Brad. All too often, it was those who sadly missed out on some great adventure in life that say "You should act your age". Poor tossers. LOL :)
If this is mental deficiency, then give me more of it. hahahaha
What do you teach to your students, or, what subject do you impart.?
23. September at 05:25:05
Brad Furminger I teach videogame design and production. A field in which still possessing the exuberance of youth is a definite asset. :) But I love my scale model building to "unplug" and step away from the screen to unwind.
23. September at 13:32:25
Kerry Cox "Coding". ? !!! As THAT is just hitting BIG TIME here in Australia. Schools everywhere are getting in on the act too. :) :) :)
23. September at 14:21:11
Brad Furminger Not so much the coding, but the design/architecture. Coming up with the hows, the whys, and the fun. The coders help us put those ideas into motion. (Not to hijack your thread)
23. September at 16:27:16
Kerry Cox No hijack here Brad. :) I am pleased to know just how diverse we modellers are. :) I was a civil engineer all my life, slide rule and blue prints world hehehehe. :)
I like how we as humans have learned to adapt to or rapidly changing world, and that robot companions are just around the corner. .
Frightening for some, but, that's the nature of the human. To always look for 'better'. LOL
23. September at 21:38:13
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September 18, 2017

Kerry Cox will attend 6´th Annual Scalemates Meeting Wangerooge
6´th Annual Scalemates Meeting Wangerooge
DE 17-25 February 2018, in Wangerooge
18. September at 14:41:01 Share
Joerg R. Yeah Kerry
18. September at 15:47:30
Ingmar Stöhr Looking forward!
18. September at 18:07:58
Holger Kranich I like what I see ;)
18. September at 19:44:09
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September 15, 2017

Travis Blackburn@Kerry Cox
Oh yea, almost forgot. 2 things. 1. The arial is the kits base but metal tubing for the mast. I couldn't find a kit of the extended one. and @. I don't know if you have Lowes home improvement down under . I found styrene plastic sheets 4x8 feet in various thickness for about 25.00 USD. been meaning to tell you but always slips my mind. Have a good day. Travis
15. September at 00:17:42 Share
Kerry Cox I get my plastic sheeting.(A good bench cover too) from a sign maker, some as thin as paper 8'x4' that will last me for years. If you are looking for the fully extended arial in a kit. The 1/35 Zvezda Sd.kfz.251/3 has a fully extended one. !! Thanks for the thought buddy. I will pass on some tips too when I remember some as I build. :)
15. September at 00:45:35
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Travis Blackburn@Kerry Cox
Hello again . I made another short album of the almost finished truck, on a temporary platform and will finish it when I put it in a diorama. Later. Travis oh yea, I found your facebook account.
14. September at 21:28:36 Share
Kerry Cox You found me on FB !!!. ? God, don't hold what I have to say there against me, as I do get a bit political at times, but at 70, I guess we have a pretty fixed view of things. hehehehe :)
14. September at 21:38:21
Travis Blackburn Every one is entitled to their opinions and I tend to be like that as well. I always tell people I have a opinion about most stuff but it's just that, My opinion. Doesn't make me wrong or right but it's mine . LOL.
15. September at 00:07:25
Kerry Cox Spot on mate. So true. :) :)
15. September at 00:16:57
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September 14, 2017

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Sören Reifert Thats my goal. :D
But I also need to finish more stuff. The P-400, the Ki27 and the X-1 are hopefully done in the next few weeks.

Btw where did you find RAAF markings for the F-4?
07. August at 14:56:35
Donald Dickson II Great work on the seats sir! But they need something to go in! :D
07. August at 15:04:58
Christian Bruer Very nice work on the seats Looking forward to your start on the F4 :)
07. August at 20:34:09
Erik Leijdens Amazing seats indeed Kerry!
07. August at 20:59:50
07. August at 22:34:52
Kerry Cox The F-4 builds will start after I am over the QMHE competition in two weeks. :)
There will be a whole lot of activity with all the new goodies I will be buying (As we do. ! ) But before that, I have a whole man cave to clean out and make it dust free. :)
07. August at 23:04:18
Travis Blackburn beautiful seat . Travis
14. September at 21:30:02
Kerry Cox Travis. Pull up a seat mate. Have a beer. hehehe :) The Brassin update sets are just fantastic. Not much to the actual assembly except for not getting too much super glue on your fingers and the part your attaching. :)
These would have to be the pick if you want to get accuracy. I love them. :)
14. September at 21:36:19
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September 13, 2017

Travis Blackburn@Kerry Cox
Absolutely amazing King tiger. The detail on this kit is so good I had to check the scale again. Looks more like detail on a 1/25 tank. Great job. Travis
13. September at 14:21:05 Share
Kerry Cox Thank you my friend, that makes me happy to know you like my work. :)
13. September at 14:47:24
Travis Blackburn Oh god yes . My senior drill sergeant used to say it all the time. lol
13. September at 23:40:13
Travis Blackburn While it's still on my mind I will be working on a huge diorama down stairs sometime mid next year. I also just received 2 Trumpeter Strv 103c Swedish S tank kits. I love this tank. I built the old aroura 1/48 s-tank when I was 12 or as I tell everyone, my first year of middle school 1971. I still have it in the basement. I am thinking about building 2 Centurions in Swedish service. Love this tank also. Catch you later.
13. September at 23:52:33
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Travis Blackburn@Kerry Cox
Hello Kerry. Thank you so much for catching all of the little stuff. Yep that's an enigma machine. It was a bugger to paint lol. I am just now finishing the outside details and painting. I will add to the album when it's done. Have a great day Mate, Travis
13. September at 14:15:29 Share
Kerry Cox There is an énigma' machine in my Sdk 251 A with all the wheat. You may see it in the back too. hehehe
13. September at 14:51:52
Travis Blackburn Great I'll look for it.
13. September at 19:32:46
Kerry Cox That may take a while, as I have just got myself a brand new computer and the hard drive from the old one I am yet to have all the contents transferred to an external HD then uploaded into this one.(HP Pavillion). Sorry mate but it will appear. hehehe
13. September at 20:41:54
Travis Blackburn That's great Kerry. No worries - no hurries. I', sure it's worth waiting for. Later, Travis
13. September at 23:38:31
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Travis Blackburn@Kerry Cox
Hello Kerry. Long time since we have talked. I hope all is well with you. I added a new album of the Opel Blitz radio truck. With little references of the interior I kind of just tried to make it believable. My family got through the hurricane safely. Hope to hear from you again. Travis
12. September at 17:38:14 Share
Kerry Cox Hi Travis. :) I am really pleased to know you are all safe and well my friend. :)
I DO apologise for not remembering you and where you live mate, even though I watched every minute of what was happening over there.:-O
We here have had our terrible weather events, but nothing on the scale of what your experiencing there. :(
But I had to have a quiet chuckle to myself here.................No matter WHAT the weather.......the modelling still has a role to play. :) :) :)
I will zip over to newsfeed and take a look at your handy work, and make some comment on what I see, but knowing your skill, it's bound to be a stunner.
Cheers mate.
Kerry. :)

12. September at 20:31:52
Travis Blackburn Thanks for the compliment . Coming from another modeler of your caliber means a lot. Not remembering where I am from is very understandable. I know you are in Australia but I'm not sure exactly what part. Thank you for concern though, that means a lot too. Your Mate, Travis
13. September at 14:04:44
Kerry Cox Hi Travis. As for where I live. Well, on the glitter strip. The Gold Coast in Queensland, 40 miles of gold sand beaches and women to match. hahahaha :)
13. September at 14:49:18
Travis Blackburn I know what you mean. I live in Indiana [ my wife is from here. I am from Sarasota Florida and learned to swim at Siesta key beach. Warm water and hot bikinis lol. Take care. Travis
13. September at 19:36:14
Kerry Cox Millersberg.?
13. September at 20:52:01
Kerry Cox I ask that because I have found you, (I think) on FB. :-/
13. September at 20:53:19
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September 02, 2017

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Choppa Nutta haha Martin, there are times I think I suffer the same affliction lol :D
01. September at 15:06:57
Kerry Cox Does thumb sucking still mean I have some growing up to do too. ? 'Cause my mummy said it would pass soon, but since then I have learned to do all kinds of cool things know what I mean. hehehehehe.
01. September at 23:01:56
Choppa Nutta haha, well that conversation took a turn didn't it .... haha :D
I can't type for laughing !
01. September at 23:24:13
James C Just had a look through the rest of the pictures. Really fantastic work. Cheers for taking the time to share Kerry.
02. September at 00:31:45
Kerry Cox Auto fellatio?................Now THAT was 'instinct' :)
02. September at 04:37:38
Kerry Cox I do like having tea at my place. hehehehe :)
02. September at 04:38:09
arne vd burg Thanks for sharing Kerry , I enjoyed the pictures.
02. September at 07:56:48
Kerry Cox I will be posting the link to the official images of the QMHE once they have them all posted on their site. Many more than what I have posted here.
02. September at 14:15:06
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August 18, 2017

Kerry Cox and Paulo Castro are now mates.
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July 24, 2017

Kerry Cox
Has anyone built the 1/48 Hasegawa F-4C with resin aux air intakes please.? As I need to know just what NEEDS to be done to have them fit such a confined space. As I get the feeling there will be some chopping to be done. :) HELP. !!!! :-O
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July 12, 2017

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Rui S You can see clearly in this photos on the MT3:


Hope you like this ones.
11. July at 16:49:24
Joerg R. They were made of wood, often overpainted with the color
11. July at 17:24:15
Kerry Cox Joerg R. Thank you too for helping out with this vexing question. :) Cheers. :)
MT3 makes a strong case for the wood theme Rui, and in fact, that will be a good talking point for anyone who sees it and wonders as they pass my diorama on the comp table. :) :) :)
11. July at 21:29:10
Rui S Glad to help 8)
11. July at 22:06:09
Kerry Cox I am always grateful for your knowledge and input Rui. We have all become somewhat dependant on your expertise. :)
Cheers. :)
11. July at 23:14:06
Rui S Hehehe, that's a bit excessive Mate, but thanks for your kind words ;)
11. July at 23:31:07
Kerry Cox !!! :-O Would I lie to you Rui. ??? hehehe
11. July at 23:43:44
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June 28, 2017

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Robert W Martel Heck of a job with that foil Kerry !! Nice project
27. June at 06:49:27
Kerry Cox It is really testing me and my patience Robert. :)
27. June at 07:41:13
Robert W Martel I bet! I can't imaging doing that myself Kerry. I have lots of patience but not the hands,,, nor the time!
It's gonna look GREAT !!
27. June at 08:24:27
Kerry Cox Thank Rob. I am wondering, in reality, what It will look like at the end, as there is a LOT of handling and more to come. Lots of gloves. hehehehe L0L
27. June at 09:29:33
Robert W Martel Yea, I noticed the cotton gloves, I need some of those! Also hadn't noticed it is 24th scale, so it's pretty good size, most military stuff like that is 35th. Looks like a nice kit.
27. June at 19:20:43
Kerry Cox Hi Rob. The kit is Russian. !!
I am really surprised as to just how much stuff for scale modelling is coming out of Russia, AND, the Ukraine, (Mini-Art). :-O
The detail is astounding, but then again, they will have kept up with all the latest industrial espionage. !!
The glove are so helpful, polishing as you go and no finger prints. LOL :-0
I am just now, at the stage of getting the floor pan and seats in, and not all that easy so I have found. :(
But, I plug away at it. :)
27. June at 23:37:12
Clifford Keesler It is looking very nice. I have no doubt that you will turn out a work of art.
27. June at 23:40:33
Kerry Cox Clifford. I am most grateful for your kind encouraging words. Thanks mate. :)
28. June at 00:24:17
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June 23, 2017

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22. June at 12:55:17 Share
22. June at 21:35:49
Rui S Me too
I've this one and some more 22x on my stash.
Is this one to be seen or is it going to be interrupted, Kezza?
23. June at 00:03:19
Kerry Cox I am posting the build Rui. Just basic steps with a couple of "Heads up" issues I came across, but basically, your straight up build. :)
23. June at 01:35:23
Bart Goesaert Looks good so far. Have the same kit in my stash, by accident though, thought is was a sd.kfz. 222...
23. June at 10:49:36
Kerry Cox Bart. You will love building this little gem. I was really pleased with the overall ease of the build, but the fit of all parts was faultless.
23. June at 16:52:48
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