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TAMIYA M5A1

March 22 2012 at 12:33 PM
  (Login Jacklym)
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Last September I finished a TAMIYA M5A1 and these are some photos of it.
The markings of "Sloppy Joe" of the 92nd Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron, 12th Armor Division, were from AFV Club M5A1 (late version)
I hope you will like this little tank, and any comments will be welcomed!

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The building and painting proceeding were wrote at my blog with traditional Chinese, and English text in simplified form...
http://blog.yam.com/wehrmacht/article/48062995
http://blog.yam.com/wehrmacht/article/48080859


 
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(Login vbuenokov)
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NIce build! And very nice photography too!

March 22 2012, 12:47 PM 

Thanks for posting these photos of your M5A1. It was a pleasure looking at the model.

Aloha,
Val

 
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(Login agtquimi)
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Good model,...

March 22 2012, 1:26 PM 

... but it's crying for a new tracks, the tamiya ones ar completely wrong, with the end conectors, no conectin anything,

I correct myself, the track has been changed, for the next time, first look, then write

 
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(Login ShaneGowan)
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Looks good, you need to add....

March 23 2012, 9:19 AM 

Looks good to me, you need to add the lens to the spot light on the turret, and mayme to the headlights too.
I love the weathering, and it looks really good to me, you should be proud of that kit, it screams for a base, and some figures too!!
Shane

 
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