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Thanks for the comments! More updates on these two forthcoming

September 11 2017 at 11:46 PM
Chris Juskey  (Login CJJ72)
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Response to Nice winter wash...

Hi Paul and gang!
Im glad I finally got around to posting.
The feedback and curiosity is certainly helpful.
I made the side armour out of styrene 0.01" thick, traced from the original revell parts. I also saw the video on youtube of the fellow constructing nashorn siding done with brass + soldering, however I only saw this after the fact wink.gif

If its okay Ill post these updated pics after tonights progress - armour weathering.

The hinge on the barrel stand is functional. Many eyesocket-piercing headaches were had during the construction!

As an added note, the fenders are not yet fastened.
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  1. very impressive! - Kevin Tong on Sep 12, 2017, 8:39 AM
    1. 88 shells and ammo crates - Chris Juskey on Sep 12, 2017, 9:45 AM
     


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