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    Revell 1:35 Scale German Leopard 2A5/A5NL

    Revell 1:35 scale German leopard 2A5/A5NL
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    Last edited by Darren; 11th January 2017 at 02:32 PM.

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    Andysarmoury (11th January 2017), beihan62 (13th January 2017), Bockscar (11th January 2017), copdoc (11th January 2017), RichardB (12th January 2017)

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    Well done, looking good
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    Thanks Andy.

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    Well done, looking good
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    I use to model tanks a long time ago, but never this well.....perfect balance of weathering and detail.
    Please keep the images coming :-)


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    Agree with all the comments. While mostly an airplane modeller, I'll build a tank on occasion. Just received this one in the mail. The box art is what sold me. There are 28 sprues, two bags of track links, and a bunch of photo etched sheets. The instruction manual is 28 pages. My goal is to do a sectioned build to replicate the box art.
    tank top.jpg tank open.jpg
    Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.

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    Thanks Rich,
    More to come throughout this year.

    Quote Originally Posted by RichardB View Post
    I use to model tanks a long time ago, but never this well.....perfect balance of weathering and detail.
    Please keep the images coming :-)

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    That is a great looking kit with loads of detail. Making it into a cutaway will make for a great display piece. I look forward to seeing the finished result.

    Quote Originally Posted by Slick View Post
    Agree with all the comments. While mostly an airplane modeller, I'll build a tank on occasion. Just received this one in the mail. The box art is what sold me. There are 28 sprues, two bags of track links, and a bunch of photo etched sheets. The instruction manual is 28 pages. My goal is to do a sectioned build to replicate the box art.
    Quote Originally Posted by Slick View Post

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    So much detail,right amount of weathering/wear/scuffing,sits right too,excellent detailing,looks real,well done,
    Regards,
    Don,

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    Thanks Don.

    Quote Originally Posted by beihan62 View Post
    So much detail,right amount of weathering/wear/scuffing,sits right too,excellent detailing,looks real,well done,
    Regards,
    Don,

 

 

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