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Mini Model Monday #1

Дата: 05.12.2017 21:20:05
View PostLethalhavoc, on Dec 05 2017 - 10:49, said:   Thank you my PZII's have been my build/painting test beds. My Panzer II platoon.  Posted Image   The Tamiya PZIII/L is still a nice exterior kit, it goes together really nice. But, no photo-etch and It has minimal interior details though, it's really just the gun. If you're in the market for a PZIII, eBay will normally turn up a few really good deals. The Dragon 1/35 Ausf.M/N is a really nice one, enough extra parts that you could build it anyway you felt like.  

CabbageMechanic:   The Tamiya PZIII/L is still a nice exterior kit, it goes together really nice. But, no photo-etch and It has minimal interior details though, it's really just the gun. If you're in the market for a PZIII, eBay will normally turn up a few really good deals. The Dragon 1/35 Ausf.M/N is a really nice one, enough extra parts that you could build it anyway you felt like.     Wow the color on those is amazing, especially the darker areas on the lines of the tanks - so natural looking.  I love the Camo netting on the Panther as well.

View PostFrozenKemp, on Dec 04 2017 - 18:12, said: Or even Tamiya at 1/48 which are cheaper - except as it turns out the actual model may be the least of your costs!  But Tamiya kits are definitely very well put together.   I haven't made many models but this is my Crusader Mk III in desert pink and brown:      

CabbageMechanic:   Nice!  Crusader is a rare treat but I love cruiser tanks

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