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M113 Chata'p

May 20 2017 at 11:52 AM
Azpiroz Eric  (Login grumlyy)
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Hello my friends,

This is my last build, an M113 Chata'p from gaso.line
Build mainly from the box, and wiht self made marking

hope you like it

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Painted with ammo products

Eric

 
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Domingo Hdez
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Re: M113 Chata'p

May 24 2017, 4:21 PM 

Hi Eric,

That's a great job. I love the paint work and the weathering is perfect to me. What colors have you used for the base?

Congrats my friend

 
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Azpiroz Eric
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Re: M113 Chata'p

May 27 2017, 2:04 AM 

Hi Domingo

I use A-MIG 131 and A-MIG-066

Eric


    
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Steve Faxon
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I have always

May 24 2017, 11:22 PM 

really liked the M-113 and your build is beautiful. I plan to do one someday of a simple US Vietnam era vehicle. Thanks for the inspiration

 
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John Tapsell
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Roadwheel spacing

May 25 2017, 3:46 AM 

That's a lovely model - really makes me want to pick up the Gaso-line kit.

However, the wheels on the M113 should be evenly spaced and on the kit the front roadwheel has a gap between it and the second roadwheel. If that's the way the kit is designed then it is an error in the kit and would ideally need to be corrected.

Regards,
John

 
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Andrew deeley
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Re: Roadwheel spacing

May 26 2017, 10:40 AM 

Hi
On a gasoline web site they also the spacing which is wrong but funnily their original M113 kit has the correct wheel spacing.

Builder error or model error ?

Regards
Andrew

 
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Azpiroz Eric
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Re: Roadwheel spacing

May 27 2017, 2:10 AM 

Hi,

The spacing problem came from master as you can see in this post

http://www.network54.com/Forum/527528/thread/1450600840

It's too late for me but I think it's easy to correct

Eric


    
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Andrew Deeley
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Re: Roadwheel spacing

May 27 2017, 4:19 AM 

Hi Eric

Thats a shame as you have done a great job.

I dont know how the master builder got it wrong as on the Gasoline original M113 the wheel spacing is correct

http://www.phpshopxml.com/quakit.shop/CID/65076fc109e6e8922bc884d377d3be38/function/itemPageDisplay/shopItemCode/GAS50246K

regards
andrew

 
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