Logan Eden Good Morning, Ken Very interesting addition, as you can use it for both the 88mm Flak 37 and any 1/48 aircraft. Is the aircraft tow bar on the sprue or would you have to scratch build one???? Catch Ya, Logan
29. August, 13:42
Ken Kolenovsky Hi Logan! I don't see an aircraft tow bar in the box, but it shouldn't be that hard to fabricate one if I have a decent photo! Interestingly enough, the FlaK 37 and earlier FlaKs can be interchanged with the 2 different trailers. The early one has only 2 front wheels and, of course, this later one has 4 front wheels. Even if the earlier gun was put onto the later trailer, it was called a FlaK 37, etc. Sum up....gun didn't matter, only the trailer as to what the FlaK was called. Interesting.
Logan Eden Good Morning, Ken You have to love Russian armour, as it speaks to the core of what a armour build is, nothing OOB, a lot of Battle Scares, mixtures of paint finishes and patina, et. Plus weathered to the max. As Dylan Thomas talks of age, "Do not go gentle into that good night"......"Rage, rage against the dying of the light" so to does Russian armour need to "Rage,rage against OOB, buy aftermarket tracks" Catch Ya, Logan
Ken Kolenovsky Looks like a nice kit....comes with 2 kits (hence the Dual Combo). I can give one to a friend and we can build them together! Thanks for the early birthday gift Logan!
5. May, 23:59
Logan Eden Good Morning, Ken Well,well, well, You are now a member of the very exclusive Bunny Fighter Club. Great to see that the kit arrived, but will have to check it out the next time we can get together. Happy (Early) Birthday, Catch Ya, Logan
Logan Eden Good Morning, Ken It's been a few weeks now since this one was added to Your library, is it an okay time for it to be checked out??? Will do a book exchange for a couple of weeks. Just delivered to my library, The Complete guide to military Dioramas and Models by Bjorn Jacobsen. Catch Ya, Logan
14. March, 13:23
Ken Kolenovsky Anytime Logan! Next time your in the city, come and check it out.
Ken Kolenovsky I have a good supply of metal bits and Evergreen plastic. To cut the sections of metal, I have a REALLY small pipe cutter. The rest is just picking the right size according to the plans.
William O. Wow sir, just wow! Your scratch building skills are amazing, the amount of patience it must take, do this kind of work at this scale, is mind boggling! Kudos and 2 thumbs up to you sir! I'm totally following your builds. Cheers, Willy
Logan Eden Good Morning, Ken That is a very nice looking kit. As you may not be aware, Tamiya makes this kit in 1/35 scale. You may want to pick a 1/35 scale up after you have practiced on this one. Catch Ya, Logan
Just want to thank everyone who came to the Canalta Hotel in Humboldt, Saskatchewan, Canada this past weekend for Modelpalooza 2019! It was a blast with door prizes, hot seat draws and a speed build. I had a great time meeting with everyone and building kits. Plans are underway for Modelpalooza Saskatchewan 2020!