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SKODA LT35

September 30 2004 at 12:36 PM
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i'll build this model from cmk in pre-war czechoslovak camouflage from war between slovakia and hungary-1938-39.the problem is they put in plan humbrol enamels--i'm looking for acryl equals--ochre hu 63,brown hu 177, and green hu 149--can you help somebody????

 
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Please use full name when posting, thanks n/t

October 1 2004, 3:57 AM 

n/t

Regards from Canada.
Francois Gousse
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ok

October 1 2004, 8:45 PM 

so now--can you help me to find these paints?)))

 
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why not try...

October 2 2004, 2:13 AM 

going into a shop that sells both types of the paint - humbrol and the acrylics - picking up the humbrol numbers recommended and comparing them with the acrylics. you could judge by eye what is a good match

phil

 
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rich horcik
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the problem

October 2 2004, 6:16 AM 

nobody is selling the humbrols in this area, and humbrols as far as i know are in metal box-so you can not see inside((

 
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maybe you can use this chart?

October 2 2004, 12:28 PM 


 
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rich horcik
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i love you man)))

October 2 2004, 7:03 PM 

wonderfullllllllllllll

 
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LT 35 picks

November 10 2004, 7:53 AM 

Hi!

Do You have some picks of Slovakian tanks in pre-war markings? I'm looking for some pictures that could help me to built old ESCi's model in 1/72 scale in Slovakian markings from September 1939.

 
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