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Old 04-14-2011, 04:38 PM
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sd.kfz. 135 ambulance, RPM 1/35

Hi, this is my first build in this forum and the first general. I decided on a simple, cheap model. Unfortunately, it turned out that a simple and inexpensive does not mean easy to build. Approximately 40% of the parts you need to throw into the trash and do all over again. Since the topic is very interesting and unusual, I decided to continue to build it. So here it is:

The box and what I've done so far:









I bought a track but it's actually rubbish:



I have the question, has anyone seen a picture of the vehicle in such a camo (ambulance version)? I talked to one guy and he is not sure about the existence of such version.

At the end sorry for my English, I know it is not perfect.

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Old 04-14-2011, 04:48 PM
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DarekM

A great build for your first vBench.
I can see that you are doing some extra scratch building and detailing to the kit build.
I have much appreciation for that fact alone being a scratch-builder myself.
Looking forward to updates on this build and other upcoming detailed model builds on planetarmor.
Happy model building and detailing.
You English is OK and want to see more photos of your cool model builds.
Good wishes to you.

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Lots of white plastic is what I really like to see. As for the tracks, I think Friul make a set that are going to be much better than those plastic ones you got there. Great job.

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ouch!
this is..awesome!
I can't scratch build a model (i'm too bad to do can do that!) and when i see your work I admire!
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Some pictures...

Darek, hi...

Nice work...
Some pics from my Hard Disk...

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Old 04-22-2011, 05:38 AM
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Panzerserra, thank you very much for the pictures, especially for it:



I was looking for this for a long time and I thought about changing camo.
You were very helpful.
Thank you.
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Nice job, Darek, for making a nice model from a poor kit. Glad to see you posting.

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Some excellent ref. photos.
Thank you for them.

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Hi,
For some time I do the suspension. Almost everything I have to redo
or make from scratch:





Sorry for the coin. Its size is like 1 euro cent.

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Darek

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I decided on a simple, cheap model. Unfortunately, it turned out that a simple and inexpensive does not mean easy to build. Approximately 40% of the parts you need to throw into the trash and do all over again.
Darek:

You are a better man than I. A couple of years ago I bought the RPM Renault UE and a Dragon 3.7cm Pak 35/36, but threw in the towel on the RPM kit before I ever finished it. My building skills just wern't good enough to produce something that I found acceptable. You, on the other hand, are doing nice work with a less than state-of-the-art kit. Bravo! I look forward to watching this one progress.


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