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    MiniArt 1:35 Scale U.S Tractor D7 With Towing Winch D7N

    Miniart 1:35 Scale U.S Tractor D7 With Towing Winch D7N
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    Well done again Darren, i do like your work thanks for showing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andysarmoury View Post
    Well done again Darren, i do like your work thanks for showing.
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    Andy
    Thanks Andy, finally managed to get this one finished, kind of got side tracked building an abandoned VW bus model at the same time as building this one. Next tank kit I’m starting is going to be the British Matilda.

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    I will look forward to that.
    All the best
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    This definitely is a masterpiece (again). Especially the rusty parts look incredibly real.
    If it is not a manufacturing secret: from what material did you make the cable of the winch?

    Best wishes,
    urg86-collector

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    For the cable i prefer to use some sort of wire, usually picture frame wire works well but i had ran out so actually just used string on this model, it doesn't look anywhere as good as real wire but did the job. For the chains, i use lengths of really small brass chain.

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    Thank you very much (and I am also waiting for that Matilda )

    Best wishes,
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