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Crusader AA wth Deep Waiding Gear W.I.P.

July 21 2012 at 10:06 PM
Masanori Sato (Toku)  (Login tokusan)
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Hi Gents,

I report progress of the Crusader AA.
I was at a loss what I build in this GB,
but I decided on this vehicle with deep waiding I was interested in always.

I could not send comments,but I toast for many Gents who have to finished work.

I big thanks for Tom de Kruijff and Mike Starmer ,who gave me great helps.

And I show the Sherman in progress at the same time.

An editing feature of Photobucket changes and cannot yet understand me,
so I dont know well to be placed on a photos.

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I hope you enjoy it.

Best Regards,
Masanori Sato (Toku)

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wayne bull
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VERY nice

July 22 2012, 5:38 AM 

Scratch build on the wading trunk, look forward to seeing more progress,as for computer trouble just find a teenager they seem to be able to work these thing so much better,i;m lucky i have teenage boy's who fix dad's drama's.Have fun and keep up the great work, wayne

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David Harmer
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Great subject

July 22 2012, 6:09 AM 

Mad skills there, should be a great and fairly unique model when finished.

David's Model Pages on Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/modelscale

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John Bryce
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Re: Crusader AA wth Deep Waiding Gear W.I.P.

July 22 2012, 11:25 AM 

Hi Toku,
Great start. I look forward to seeing the finished model coming ashore in Normandy.
What plans did you use for the wading gear?

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alan wells
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looks nice!

July 23 2012, 5:08 AM 

G'day to you Toku San
I love the subject you have chosen to model, it looks great so far!
Can't wait to see it in paint.
Cheers my friend.

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Diego Quijano
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July 23 2012, 10:18 AM 

Nice job, Toku. Looks great so far.



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Alvaro Rodriguez
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AAA Crusader! :)

July 23 2012, 3:04 PM 

Hi Toku:

That´s a nice and sharp detailing on that Star Wars looking subject! happy.gif

The spare wheel is a nice touch as well!


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Jose Luis Lopez
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Re: Crusader AA wth Deep Waiding Gear W.I.P.

July 23 2012, 6:25 PM 

Attractive vehicle and nice extra detailing

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Masanori Sato (Toku)
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Thanks for your comments.I am sorry that I cannot reply to all of you

July 23 2012, 7:28 PM 

Hi friends,

Thank you for words of the encouragement.
I am long-term business trip average now,
and I build it in 1R apartment of Nagoya-City.
I bring limited materials from the home of Yokohama-City.
I perform the painting on summer holidays.

I am sorry that I cannot reply to all of you.

Best regards,
Masanori Sato(Toku)

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Crusader wade ashore...

July 24 2012, 12:08 PM 

Hello Toku, I am very happy to see that you are still able to make models even with your demanding job!!!!

The scratch building is very clean and precise which will only benefit from a coat of paint. It looks like both Charles Kelly and yourself are starting a new craze " Models Made On the Move" - coming from hotel's anywhere in the world!!

Please continue with your project and share with us all more photo's when you have the time happy.gif

Best regards


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Masanori Sato(Toku)
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Thank you very much for your words.@n/t

July 25 2012, 7:14 PM 

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Calum Gibson
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Nice stuff so far . n/t

July 27 2012, 6:13 PM 

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