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Daniel Horvath08/10/2017 17:23:18
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Thats how far i get today ..To be continued!img_0953.jpg

Paul Badman08/10/2017 17:32:58
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Wow is all I can say surprise .

Paul

Scottie08/10/2017 17:40:52
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Daniel,

​I have not seen these before they look like a great, they also look like they can let you build things up in other ways to build your own buildings or build in damage.

SCottie

Daniel Horvath08/10/2017 18:10:00
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Hi scottie its true you can modify them however have to keep it in mind that is a limited pieces of bricks coming with it but im sure with planning you can achieve different looks . Thanks for looking cheers Danny

Daniel Horvath13/10/2017 18:46:05
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img_0970.jpgGood evening to you all! I have just finished the maintenance shed tonight so here is the finished product! Thanks for looking cheers Danny img_0969.jpg

Daniel Horvath13/10/2017 19:27:31
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And also looking for some advice.... before i made a mistake with the panther so I bought a tiger 1 from the tamiya Africa series to replace it, so it will definitely fit in the scene !!!! img_0982.jpg However I have a little issue I can't figure out. I did some research and tried to find pictures but I couldn't! So I hope you guys can give me some advice. So the tiger one above the engine hatch there some pipes running across maybe for ventilation see picture . The question is when they changed the engine order to open the hatch what happened with the pipes? If its get taken down, if its yes from where? And how much of it ? The whole thing ? Everything whats on top of the hatch ? Please advise so i can keep accuracy. Thanks for your time and I hope you guys can help me! Cheers Danny img_0980.jpg

John Race13/10/2017 20:50:18
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Danny.

That building is great. as for the Tiger question, Mr Jones and other of the clan will be along full of help. Me I know nothing teeth 2

John.

Alan Mckenzie13/10/2017 21:16:14
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Posted by Daniel Horvath on 13/10/2017 19:27:31:

So the tiger one above the engine hatch there some pipes running across maybe for ventilation see picture . The question is when they changed the engine order to open the hatch what happened with the pipes? If its get taken down, if its yes from where? And how much of it ? The whole thing ? Everything whats on top of the hatch ? Please advise so i can keep accuracy. Thanks for your time and I hope you guys can help me! Cheers Danny img_0980.jpg

See here - Feifel Air Cleaning system

Alan Mckenzie13/10/2017 21:22:57
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Might be worth buying the Haynes manual. It's like the old owners workshop manuals they use to produce for working on your car...when you could!

See here

It isn't expensive, you can get it on Ebay for around £16.

For example, even cheaper

Edited By Alan Mckenzie on 13/10/2017 21:23:51

Steve Jones 1213/10/2017 21:50:43
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Daniel

Alan's link to David Bryrdon's site is a must. Also TIIF will be a great help.

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I did a lot of work on Tiger 141 last year

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(For discussion purposes only)

There are a few more pictures like this in my album which may be of help.

**LINK**

Good luck with the build

Steve

Edited By Steve Jones 12 on 13/10/2017 21:52:08

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