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Moggeller, PhD18/12/2010 23:24:39
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I have five fully-built 1/35 Dragon kits to share with you; fully-built, upgraded 'flat-tops' of the late-war era all waiting for the paintshop.
 
* Jagdpanzer IV L/48
* Jagdpanzer IV L/70 (V)
* Jagdpanzer IV L/70 (A)
* StuG III, late
* StuG IV, late
 
Rather than let them sit waiting to gather dust I feel compelled to give them a coat of paint or two.
 
I hope you enjoy the process as much as I will...
 
 
Bill

Edited By Bill on 18/12/2010 23:28:10

Adam Kuller18/12/2010 23:40:29
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OK!  Sounds good

Show Me 
 
 

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Moggeller, PhD19/12/2010 00:19:43
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Plenty to see, this should whet your appetite;
 
 
and these;
 

Then there's the two StuG's - wait'n'see - there's a passel o'time to play with.
 
Should be a whole lot o'fun.
`Boots`19/12/2010 00:25:14
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Aaah i remember these Bill...............any particular schemes for these or are you gonna go with what takes ya fancy.............
 
`Boots`
Dale E19/12/2010 04:07:04
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More, need more            They look fantastic!!!!
 
Dale
Moggeller, PhD19/12/2010 14:27:05
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Hi Boots; no particular plans other than each one to have a separate unit shield if I can find one, some Blakancreuz & a tac number.  I reckon there will be a Dunkelgelb AFV, a Rotbraun AFV and maybe some Ambush in there.  In an effort to protect the PE I will use soft-edge free-hand created camouflage schemes.  I suspect I might use a two-tone for the box-like Jagdpanzer IV L/70 (A) with Rotbraun as the base colour ans Dunkelgelb as the secondary.  Of course the Jagdpanzer IV L/48 lends itself perfectly to plain Dunkelgelb and the others?  We'll see.
 
Dale; I reckon this'll take us to February, so there's plenty of time to enjoy each one.
 
Keep an eye out!
 
 
Bill
Ian Robinson19/12/2010 14:35:18
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Three super looking builds, as usual Bill. Look forward to seeing them painted up
Moggeller, PhD19/12/2010 15:12:11
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Five subjects, all '44-'45 builds, all turret-less Panzers packing a punch.
 
Following on my build-frenzy I realised these babies need a little attention, so without further a do, let me introduce you to the next candidates for the Heavy weather Panzer Process...
Moggeller, PhD19/12/2010 15:15:44
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... a right box of tricks in store for us;
 

Moggeller, PhD19/12/2010 15:30:35
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Subject number one, Imperial Dragon 1/35 Jagpanzer IV L/48 with Lion Roar PE upgrading, Voyager barrel, Tristar running gear, Tamiya OVM tools, ATAK Zimmerit, Friul tracks & Aber turned brass antenna;
 

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