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Old 12-29-2008, 07:19 PM
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T34-76 model 1942

This is my T-34-76, build from the new DML kit. It is a nice kit, but it has a lot of mistakes, and disasterous instructions...
I build mine as an early factory no 183 production (2nd batch softedge turret) summer 1942. The copper wire that holds the stowage will be replaced. The exhaust covers and pipes will be replaced by tiger models parts, as soon as they arrive








In the end you are left with a 'few' spare parts....

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Old 12-30-2008, 04:21 AM
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Hi Jan,

There seems to be no escape possible
Nice build, and looking forward to seeing it in real life. The photo are a bit dark. You might want to try a light grey background. We could experiment a bit next time in Zutphen?!

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In the end you are left with a 'few' spare parts....
Hi Jan! Are there any tow hooks in there? if you got some and you don't need it, I could use them, if it's not a prob...
Almost forget: tzhe T-34 looks great
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Looks very nice Jan!
Are you going to replace the wire for thread or for another wire?

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A really nice 'Mickey Mouse' that you have built, Jan.

The stowage really adds to the vehicle, nice work!

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Looks very nice ! I wait for cammo.
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Nice and clean build there Jan. What's the tarp made of? Is the log real wood?

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Thanks for your comments, and most of all; a happy new year!

Martin, I usually use white, but it got some black marks over them. I got some new ones for the painting stage

Ropi, there are some early ones left, but I keep hold of them for future T-34's....

Ruben, yup, the brass wire didn't work the way I wanted it to.

Erik, the tarp is thin leadfoil, the log is a piece of wood from my backyard.

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