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Tank Workshop's New Owner

April 17 2017 at 3:09 PM
Jay Galbierz  (Login JetTech)
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Please let me introduce the new owner of Tank Workshop, Brian Watkins.
Brian is currently the owner and producer of Resin2detail products which is a line of resin and photo etch accessories for the aircraft modeler. The addition of Tank Workshop’s 1/35th and 1/48th armor lines will greatly enhance Brian’s business in the resin aftermarket products arena.

I have met and talked with Brian for quite some time and he’s dedicated to adding new items to the Tank Workshop and Tank Workshop48 lines that the armor modelling community is looking for. He’s now getting settled and has a somewhat sizable road ahead of him to get things set up to start producing Tank Workshop products once again. The web site has been fully transferred to him and I believe he will continue to use the current Tank Workshop web site until he deems it necessary to incorporate the two into Resin2detail’s business plan. You all should be hearing from him soon, here and on other forums, his plans to re-open the web site and what his plans for Tank Workshop will be in the future.

Thanks again to all of you. I am now going to finally retire from the resin aftermarket business and sit down and build a kit.

Jay Galbierz

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  1. Re: Tank Workshop's New Owner - Chris Camfield on Apr 17, 2017, 9:25 PM
  3. Good for you Jay!!!! - Steve Faxon on Apr 18, 2017, 8:13 PM

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