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15 | 6. June, 04:21
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James C
Cheers Ingo :)
23. July, 18:34
joe strenko
I like the camo paint job..well done????????????
24. July, 00:01
joe strenko
Opps sorry for the question marks....how did you accomplish such a detailed pattern?
24. July, 00:03
James C
Thanks Joe. Sorry for not replying sooner.

The camouflage was achieved by airbrushing the basic green pattern first (Over black primer) then I masked it off with thinly rolled tubes of blue-tack. I then sprayed the Dunkelgelb over the top.
After removing the blue-tack, I did a number of touch-ups to the green again free-hand.
I finished up by using assorted oils on the lower panels and recesses to give it a bit of depth.
28. July, 20:11
Guy Rump
Great looking model :)
28. July, 21:16
Jos Jansen
Good tip James to first spray the green areas with the Blue-tac afterward... learned something again! By-the-way a superb model mate, love it !
28. July, 22:04
Bigglesof266
Agree Jame's camo result was super. Just a heads up. For those who mightn't know, J's Work do two different camo scheme 1/35 Ferdinand mask sets. Search here for PPA5070 & PPA507. Another way to achieve the scheme. I've used them on other AFVs e.g. my early and late Hetzers, aircraft with complex camo patterns e.g. Su-33. They're very good, but with the caveat they do result in that harder edge look typical of a factory stencil or field brush applied scheme. The Kursk Ferdinand camo was field applied by crews using both application methods. J's Work stencils of course, come at additional cost in terms of $ and time. What James did works fine for the price of some Blu Tack and would be easier to and take less time to apply IME. Alternatively you could also use Microscale liquid Micro Mask or its ilk marketed under various brandings.
28. July, 23:37
James C
Thanks Guy, Jos and Bigglesof266 :)
29. July, 19:25

July 18, 2020

James C added a new photoalbum.
4 | 31. May, 08:35
Olivier
You made quite a good showcase for the Caunter scheme with this one.
17. June, 20:11
Rui S
IMHO, Both Matildas are very well painted
19. June, 18:57
James C
Thanks guys :)

This is Tamiya's older tooled kit from the 70's and is WAY over scaled and when compared to their newly tooled Matilda kits... is a bit of a turd to be honest. ;)

The AK "Caunter Scheme" (AK4030) paint set that I used was a bit disappointing in that the silver grey didn't even come close to matching the colour as indicated on the box art. The colour provided was just a slightly darker version of the "Portland Stone" with a slight greenish hue to it. For this one, I tried to darken it up a bit and add more contrast by going over the top of it with a blue-grey from Tamiya's weathering Master pastels set which largely did the trick. The rest of the colours in the set look ok though.

It is for this reason that I chose to use the RLM blue when I did the newly tooled kit.
While it too isn't correct, it was a far better and more accurate kit to build and the paint scheme looks much tidier as well.

https://ak-interactive.com/product/the-caunter-scheme-1940-41/
23. June, 21:12
Al
Good job despite the kit; I know exactly what you mean about the older tooled kits, I made the mistake of buying a couple on Ebay because the price was really good (compared to the newer tooled kit) . Of course I got what I paid for and life is too short to waste time on polishing turds.
18. July, 12:12
Neuling
Missed this one: a mistake! Very beautiful, especially your choice of colors!
18. July, 17:57
James C
Thanks Al and Neuling :)

@ Al - I couldn't agree more
18. July, 20:42

June 24, 2020

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James C
Thanks Daniel, Nigel and Alexander :)

@ Nigel - Yeah, I completely agree mate. Tamiya are doing themselves a massive dis-service reboxing older Italeri kits. The Italeri/Tamiya M24 Chaffee kit for example was pretty bloody awful, although to be fair this Crusader kit did go together very well in comparison. But still way over priced for what it is. Their Sd.Kfz.231 (6 wheeled armored car) was also another abomination that just annoyed the hell out of me and not worth the cost of the plastic it was molded from. I've yet to build their M109 Paladin, so will be interesting to see what that's like as I have both their Vietnam and Gulf war versions.

@ Rui - I received the Thunder Models Scammel Tank Transporter kit for Xmas last year; so the plan is to possibly load this Crusader on to the trailer.
Scammell Pioneer TRMU30/TRCU.. (Thunder Model 35200, 1:35)

1:35 Scammell Pioneer TRMU30/TRCU30 Tank Transporter (Thunder Model 35200)
 
24. June, 19:20
Rui S
Do you have the trailer James? That will be wonderfull
24. June, 20:04
James C
Yep. It's one of the reasons I concentrated on British armour this year... to see which one I load up on the back ;)
24. June, 20:13
Rui S
Great, I see that the truck brings the trailer. I'm looking forward to see that big set, Mate.
Do you have a album of the Sd.Kfz.231 build? Why it was an abomination? I like that armored car.
24. June, 20:14
James C
No I didn't bother re-shooting it as I disliked the result so much. If it had been priced more in line with other typical Italeri boxings like their Puma kit that I also did, I wouldn't of minded so much. For what its worth, the Italeri 234 Puma (8 wheel) is better than the Tamiya/Italeri 232 (6 wheel) and just a quarter of the cost! Very dishonest marketing by Tamiya.

In comparison, I found their 232 is poorly molded, the fit of that angular hull was not the best and the fit of the rear axles to the chassis was just sloppy as hell. Tamiya included a metal barrel which given it's basic shape was a bit unnecessary, as well as a standing commander figure to pose outside of the vehicle and then quadrupled the price!

I agree that it's a cool looking vehicle, and If you can find the original Italeri (2004) boxing, I'd recommend it as it includes the overhead aerial frame, but I would not recommend the Tamiya re-issue as your not getting anything for the inflated price and they did away with the aerial frame. Given the overall quality, I'd also avoid the later (and much more expensive) Italeri re-boxing as well)

I'm a fan of Tamiya engineered kits in general as you know your getting quality... even with their older kits. But your not getting that quality with these re-released Italeri kits, but your still paying Tamiya prices.
24. June, 20:32
Rui S
I see, and I agree :( To pay a lot more just for a nice boxart??? Tamiya shouln't overprice it.
Italeri had an upgraded kit with PE & resin parts.
Sd.Kfz. 232 (6 Rad) (Italeri 6445, 1:35)

1:35 Sd.Kfz. 232 (6 Rad) (Italeri 6445)
 
24. June, 20:42
Zach Wilson
exceptional precision
24. June, 20:57
James C
Thanks Zach :)
24. June, 21:22

June 23, 2020

James C added a new photoalbum.
3 | 31. May, 00:28
Rui S
Looks great. Would like to see details
19. June, 19:40
James C
I've got some close ups from the original album backed up somewhere. Just need to find them again.
20. June, 21:15
Neuling
You really brought this old kit to life. Good paintwork!
21. June, 15:00
Lode Schildermans
James, nice paint and detailed. I like it
22. June, 05:22
James C
Thanks guys. :)

It looks better attached to the half-track with its top up in this album:
Sd.Kfz. 7 with towed 88mm Flak 37 | Album by Jim C (1:35)
23. June, 21:04
James C added a new photoalbum.
2 | 31. May, 01:11
Rui S
Great camo and weathering
19. June, 19:39
James C
Thanks :)
20. June, 21:15
Neuling
I agree with Rui.
21. June, 14:58
Lode Schildermans
Not my favorite kit, but you always turn it into beauties
22. June, 05:23
James C
Thanks guys :)

@ Lode - Yeah, 90% of it was Tamiya's old Sd.Kfz. 7 kit from the 1970's. But it was a simple enjoyable build, and a good test bed to practice the camo pattern on. There are more recent and accurate kits of this vehicle by both Trumpeter and Dragon.
23. June, 21:01
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Project: ISU-152
1:35 JSU-152 Howitzer (Dragon 6803)1:35 JS-1/JS-2/JS-3/JSU-122/JSU-152 (Friulmodel ATL-14)
1 | 30. May, 23:35
Rui S
like this one for exemple
16. June, 21:41
James C
Thanks Rui. This one got on top of me and I did not intend it to look so beaten up.
17. June, 15:13
17. June, 15:21
Nathan Dempsey
Nice work James. I remember selling many of these at the old hobby store. Its great to see it built up.
17. June, 15:30
James C
Thanks Nathan :)
17. June, 16:01
Neuling
Menacing looking vehicle. Good work!
17. June, 17:07
James C
Thanks Neuling :)
20. June, 21:16
Lode Schildermans
Very nice weathering. It sure does look as it has some miles done
22. June, 05:25
James C
Cheers Lode... It was way too heavy handed on the weathering with this one and toned it down a LOT after this build :)
23. June, 20:56
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Rui S
Nice paintjob
19. June, 19:42
James C
Thanks Rui :)
20. June, 21:14
Lode Schildermans
The russians knew how to build tanks. This one fired a lot of shells apparantly
22. June, 05:26
Slavo Hazucha
Nice big daddy Josif Stalin tank - been in the wars, a little rusty & itchy... ;) Nicely done
22. June, 07:22
James C
Thanks guys :)
23. June, 20:55

June 20, 2020

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1 | 31. May, 00:08
Rui S
I like the weathering
19. June, 19:41
Olivier
Why last attempt ? Are you unhappy with the outcome ? By the way what is this red thing amongst the crew in picture 1 ?
19. June, 20:09
James C
Thanks Rui :)

@ Olivier - Yes, I was never happy with the final result of how the crew turned out, and overall I just didn't enjoy the process. The crew member in the second row is supposed to be eating an apple. Perhaps I should have painted it green instead. I made another attempt to do the crew figures on the Patrol boat build but I ended up just binning them.
20. June, 21:14

June 18, 2020

James C added a new photoalbum.
31. May, 08:44
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James C
Thanks Rui. :)
17. June, 15:20
James C
I had used the AK Interactive "Caunter Scheme" acrylic paint set "silver grey" for the paint scheme on the older tooled Tamiya kit... and I just didn't like it.
The "Silver Grey" looked far too close to the "Portland stone".

On this build I figured Tamiya's call outs were better... but the XF-23 call out looked too blue. In the end, I used an Italeri Acrylic of RLM76 (AP4786) which in hind sight is still, too blue... but slightly better? I'll let you guys be the judge.
17. June, 15:59
James C
A tricky masking job...
17. June, 17:14
Olivier
This one is stunning but I believe the Mk. II is more 'historic'
17. June, 20:14
James C
Thanks Olivier... And yes, you are right. Reflecting... I don't particularly like either builds now... of the silver grey. Something that I will definitely work on though.
17. June, 20:34
Spanjaard
Excellent
17. June, 20:55
Olivier
I am right now trying this scheme on a Marmon Herrington MkIII. Quite a challenge...
18. June, 08:25
James C
Good luck with it and post some progress pics ;)
18. June, 13:04

June 17, 2020

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31. May, 06:58
Rui S
Well I like all your models
16. June, 21:41
Olivier
*****
16. June, 21:53
James C
Thanks Rui :)

@ Olivier - Not sure what ***** means, but thanks ? ;)
17. June, 15:29
Spanjaard
looks great in my opinion!
17. June, 16:11
Tomaz Klemencic
Very nice Stug, nicely painted and weathered!
17. June, 16:50
Olivier
@James. It means five stars.
17. June, 16:52
James C
@ Olivier, wow... and thank you. You didn't have to do that. But I appreciate it
17. June, 17:00
Neuling
All praise you got here is well deserved.
17. June, 17:01
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31. May, 07:32
Neuling
Top build. Colours and weathering are absolutely convincing.
31. May, 17:10
James C
Cheers :)
31. May, 19:15
Rui S
Great work
16. June, 21:40
James C
Thanks Rui. I believe that this Italeri kit is still your only option, if you want to build an A15, Crusader Mk. III in 1/35 scale etc.
17. June, 15:16
Spanjaard
very nice job James!
17. June, 15:21
James C
Thanks Spanjaard, much appreciated mate. :)
17. June, 15:22

June 9, 2020

James C added a new photoalbum.
1 | 31. May, 08:11
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James C
Thanks Jeremy :)
3. June, 06:29
Slavo Hazucha
Looking very fancy basking in the NZ Sun. The top pic on the black table being my fav as usual ;) Nice job - glad to see a full-color navy pattern nice & clean
7. June, 08:00
valiente84
Good job, congratulations!
7. June, 08:41
James C
Thanks Slavo & Valiente84 :)

I'm considering doing the Italeri F-14 next ;)
7. June, 17:06
Lode Schildermans
James, a flawless build, viewed from my side. The details, paints and decals are son nice that in another background set, as on a carrier, one wouldn't belive it is a scale model
7. June, 19:09
James C
Thanks mate :)
8. June, 19:22
Clifford Keesler
James. Well done.Very nice A-7
9. June, 02:01
James C
Thanks Clifford :)
9. June, 19:33

June 6, 2020

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6. June, 05:09
James C completed this item
6. June, 05:09

June 2, 2020

James C added a new project.
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Completed
1:35 "Ferdinand" SD.Kfz. 184 (Zvezda 3653)1:35 Ferdinand tracks (Friulmodel ATL-62)
Sd.Kfz. 184 Ferdinand
3R Military Wehrmacht Heer (German Army 1935-1945)
Schwere Pz.Jg.Abt. 654 White 501; N | Operation Zitadelle - Orel SU July 1943 | RAL7028 RAL6003
 
2. June, 07:11

June 1, 2020

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Project: M3 Grant Mk.I
1:35 M3 Grant Mk I (Tamiya MM141)1:35 Sand Armor for M3 Grant (North Africa) (Panzer Art RE35-196)
31. May, 07:57
Brian Eberle
Another of your builds that I like a lot. The finish on the camouflage is smart looking! Oil paints for weathering?
31. May, 11:56
Rui S
Another beauty from a great 1/35 collection
If I may say. Imho, i would give a mate clear coat on the sand bags. 8)
31. May, 12:27
Acki
Great job on this old beauty!
31. May, 13:00
James C
Thanks Brian, Rui and Acki,

@ Brian - Yes, after applying Tamiya dark brown panel liner to all the raised details, I hit it with MiG oil brushes. Mostly "Dark Brown" and "Earth" tones.

@ Rui - Yeah it could probably do with another flat clear coat all over, as I see the turret has a bit too much reflection on it as well.
31. May, 18:54
ForestFan
Excellent job on a weird looking tank!
31. May, 19:53
James C
Thanks Forestfan :)
1. June, 18:54
Rui S
@Jim C, I Think metal always reflect a bit, even if painted with mat colours, but fabric for sandbags or litter doesn't, so one material would be more mate than the other. Just my two cent...;) Anyway, I think the weathering in the tank is beautifully done.
1. June, 20:20
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Project: ES-3A Shadow
1:48 ES-3A Shadow (Italeri 2735)1:48 Lockheed S-3 Viking (Montex SM48108)
31. May, 04:13
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Lode Schildermans
One of my favorite jet planes, and what a beauty. Thanks for it with us Jim
31. May, 22:01
James C
Thanks john & Lode :)
31. May, 22:35
A. Price
This is outstanding, beautiful work!
31. May, 23:03
Joseph Russo
A very nice build of an unusual aircraft
31. May, 23:20
Scot R
Very clean build. I like it very much.
1. June, 02:08
Clifford Keesler
Very nice S-3.
1. June, 02:09
Lochsa_River
Understated and clean....
1. June, 04:14
James C
Many thanks A. Price, Joseph, Scot, Clifford and Lochsa_River :)
1. June, 06:32

May 31, 2020

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31. May, 07:12
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James C
@ Oscar - Thanks mate :)
I too have always been intrigued by half-tracks.
To get them to sit flat, I applied a hefty dose of CA to the bottom of the road wheels and to the top of the upper idler wheel where they make contact with the tracks, and then set a flat weight on top to compress them to lie flat, and then left it for an hour or so to cure.
31. May, 09:18
Oscar Benavent
Yes, I know it. I did it too, but over time vinyl tracks take off. It's so frustrating. There the worst plastic item to paste. Better change it for another product of good quality and best details.
31. May, 09:37
Kerry COX
Bloody beautiful Jim. ;)
The road tyres look exactly like they have been driven many k's away from any wet weather, but what road conditions it has been through is well represented indeed.
Great touch Mr Jim.
I like it heaps. ;)
31. May, 09:41
John F
Very well done, when I used to be in Navy I shot a dual mount 50 cal. The noise was deafening, can't imagine the racket from a quad must make.
31. May, 09:43
Rui S
Beautiful eye cacther. Great paintjob, very well done. Realy like the amount of dust . These tracks are a problem indeed I had a similar issue on my RSO....
31. May, 11:13
James C
Thanks Kerry, John and Rui. :)
It's an ancient kit, so I can forgive it for the issues with the tracks.

@ Kerry - It was supposed to represent a vehicle operated in Italy... hence the dry dirt/dust, but I can't find my prev build notes at present. I'll update it with unit info once I find them. ;)
31. May, 18:44
Kerry COX
It rained in Italy during the war too James C.
Of that I am certain. ;)
Still a stunner from where I sit. ;)
31. May, 19:37
James C
Thanks mate. Much appreciated :)
31. May, 19:52
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31. May, 01:20
Jos Jansen
My favorite!
31. May, 07:05
Paul Reddmeister
Superb - perfect finish on the paint. Congratulations
31. May, 07:28
James C
Thanks Jos and Paul.

@ Jos - Still one of my favorite build as well ;)
31. May, 07:39
Brian Eberle
Oooh. I like! Very well done.
31. May, 13:27
Neuling
Outstanding in your high level work!
31. May, 16:55
James C
Thanks Brian and Neuling :)
31. May, 19:06
Brian Eberle
Now you have to get a large piece of black velvet for a backdrop and you would be all set.
31. May, 19:46
James C
Or a photo booth, with LED lighting etc, but I'm too much of a cheap bastard to go to that sort of expense. Plus I don't take it seriously enough to warrant it ;)
31. May, 19:50
James C added a new photoalbum.
31. May, 00:36
Brian Eberle
Wow, very well done!
31. May, 13:28
Rui S
I Agree with Brian . would be nice to see some more detail photos... both kits look great and deserve it
31. May, 14:03
Treehugger
Seeing this I got an idea. I imagine it could be fun making an extra large diorama ground surface, like a desert area, and then, just use that for photos with models, that way one can just store the whole thing without the models on it in the shed or somewhere else.
31. May, 14:31
James C
Thanks Brian, Rui and Treehugger :)

@ Rui - These are all new pictures, but I was fast running out of useable natural lighting when I took them, so didn't have the time to fluff about with close ups. The original album had more close-ups, which I may re-upload at some point. ;)

@ Treehugger - I was thinking of purchasing some of those pre-made landscape mats for doing something very similar for taking finished pictures. I don't have the skills, or display space to do diorama's unfortunately. But I do enjoy looking at other peoples displays.

31. May, 19:05
Brian Eberle
That takes up alot of shelf space. Hopefully you have a glass enclosed place to keep them.
31. May, 19:45
James C
Yes, I have a number of glass wall units to display everything in and to keep the dust out. ;)
31. May, 19:47
James C and Daniel Klink are now mates.
31. May, 19:32
James C and Ingo F are now mates.
31. May, 19:24
James C added a new photoalbum.
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Project: M551 Sheridan
1:35 M551 Sheridan (Academy 13011)1:35 M551 Sheridan (Friulmodel ATL-87)
31. May, 06:39
Jos Jansen
Excellent Jim....(welcome back ;) )
31. May, 07:02
James C
Cheers Jos ;)

It's been good to get rid of some older builds completely and re-photograph the ones I've decided to keep. Also a few new builds to add as well. :)
31. May, 08:03
Neuling
Looks very good! Maybe a little bit of red dust on the tracks and wheels? Interesting info on the kit.
31. May, 17:08
James C
Thanks mate and yeah, I think your right. The red is probably a little too red in places like the lower hull.
31. May, 19:15
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31. May, 08:54
Neuling
Very realistic looking Matilda. The winter camouflage is well applied.
31. May, 17:04
James C
Cheers mate. I learned a lot on this one. I intend to do something similar on a Tiger 1 ;)
31. May, 19:13
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Project: T-28
1:35 T-28 (Zvezda 3694)
31. May, 07:05
Denis Savchenko
"Zvezda" has significantly improved the quality of its products over the past few years, approximately since 2015.
31. May, 08:58
James C
Yeah, I'd have to agree with you Denis. I just finished assembling the Zvezda 1/35 Ferdinand and am currently in the process of painting it. It too was a joy to build, and every bit as good as the Tamiya 1/35 Elefant which is more the twice the price!
31. May, 09:03
Rui S
Very Nice paintjob and soft /subtle weathering
31. May, 11:50
Neuling
I agree with Rui.
31. May, 16:57
James C
Thanks Rui and Neuling :)
31. May, 19:12
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Project: M24 Chaffee
1:35 M24 Chaffee (Tamiya 37020)1:35 M24 Chaffee (Friulmodel ATL-39)
31. May, 08:20
Brian Eberle
I like the end product, it was worth the fight. Oils for weathering?
31. May, 11:54
Neuling
Top result and interesting info on the kit!
31. May, 16:57
James C
Thanks Brian and Neuling :)

@ Brian. Yes, a combination of Italeri Acrylic for the base coat of olive drab, followed up with Tamiya dark brown panel liner and MiG oil brushers and assorted pigments.
31. May, 19:12
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31. May, 02:41
31. May, 13:28
Neuling
Top build as all your models you showed here in the last two days!
31. May, 16:54
Daniel Klink
Great Stuff.. really
is that you James from new Zealand with the former Otto Sanders AVatar?
Nice to read from you again... Already missed you ...
31. May, 16:56
James C
Thanks Brian, Neuling and Daniel :)

@ Daniel - Yes it is mate ;) New albums with hopefully better images of some of my better builds. I've gotten rid of most of the early stuff and builds that I wasn't happy with. ;)
31. May, 19:09
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30. May, 19:59
Brian Eberle
Jim, I like it. Very good! I wish the Oshkosh logo was included on the cab and mud flaps. The shape is there, but the words omitted. A copyright thing and lack of agreement between Oshkosh and Italeri? l agree, the bumper numbering scheme was off.
31. May, 11:50
James C
Yeah, there was a lot wrong with it. A big issue I had was that the mounting brackets for the fuel tank didn't line up with the corresponding locating holes on the chassis and the engine deck appeared to be mis-shapen and slightly warped as well. Did you have similar issues with yours? The decals were also problematic in that the main set were coloured to overlay on top of a NATO paint scheme for some odd reason and the alternative decals that I used for this Gulf war scheme appeared to have been included only as an after thought. The best thing about the kit were the Def.Model resin wheels lol! :D
31. May, 18:41
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31. May, 07:48
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31. May, 07:25
James C and Sebastian Meyner are now mates.
31. May, 07:10
James C and Jos Jansen are now mates.
31. May, 07:01
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31. May, 06:20
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31. May, 03:59
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31. May, 03:35
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31. May, 03:15
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31. May, 01:41

May 30, 2020

James C added a new photoalbum.
30. May, 22:33
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30. May, 21:36
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Project: Leopard 2A4NL
1:35 Leopard 2A4/A4NL (Revell 03193)1:35 Leopard 2 MBT Workable Track Link Set (Bronco AB3528)1:35 120mm Rh-M-120 L/44 (RB Model 35B47)1+
30. May, 21:10
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30. May, 20:31
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30. May, 20:21
James C added a new photoalbum.
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Project: SPz Puma
1:35 SPz Puma (Revell 03096)1:35 Lenses and taillights for SPz Puma (SKP model SKP 222)
30. May, 20:11

May 25, 2020

James C
Please note that these tracks will NOT fit the older 1/35 Tamiya Matilda II kits released prior to 2009 due to those kits being over scale. However, they fit perfectly when used on Tamiya's newly tooled Matilda II that was first released in 2009.
25. May, 21:45

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