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Thursday, December 28, 2017 - 03:42 AM GMT+7
PanzerArt are here with their most recent products for 1/35 scale.
Resin items for both WW2 and modern vehicles.

RE35-513 M923 “Big Foot” Road wheels (Michelin X Pattern)
RE35-514 M923 “Big Foot” Road wheels (Michelin XZL Pattern)
RE35-515 WWII Allied fuel drums (12pcs)
RE35-516 Sd.Kfz 222 turret with canvas cover
RE35-517 Renault AHN Road wheels (Continental)
RE35-518 Renault AHN Road wheels (Fulda)
RE35-519 M4 “Sherman”75 front turret with deep wading canvas cover (Normandy and Pacyfic tanks)
RE35-520 Stowage set for Pz.Kpfw 38(t)
RE35-521 Stowage set for Panhard 178 (Wehrmacht service)
RE35-523 Stowage set for Sd.Kfz 222
RE35-526 Modern plastic barrels (200&50l)
RE35-527 Willys MB “Jeep” Road wheels (Goodyear)
RE35-528 Willys MB “Jeep” Road wheels (Firestone)
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larger image here: LINK larger image here: LINK This is a CJ-2A but I included it for the close-up of the rims Larger image here: LINK ? / Robin
DEC 29, 2017 - 12:12 AM
A close up of a wheel on my '44 Willys. LINK
DEC 29, 2017 - 12:46 AM
Thanks Maybe those details should be visible on a 1/35th wheel, even if the gaps are small. What could it be in 1/35? Something like 0.1 mm (1/25th of an inch) Maybe a thin line of black paint in the corners could give the impression of a small gap. Or weather the rims with some dirt to fill/cover the missing gaps / Robin
DEC 29, 2017 - 12:50 AM
I hope you are right Jon but on the first picture for the 75 mm M4 canvas, there is like a continuous mold flash (resin ?) on both the canvas and the turret... but as you said, simplicity should be a separate covered mantlet and barrel.... anyway a lot of new stuff from PA and it's welcome ![/quote] You're right - never noticed that until I really enlarged the picture. It would seem illogical to mold it this way and one thing PA is bad for is not giving you all the information in their images.
DEC 29, 2017 - 04:00 AM
Strange that PA addressed the typographical error on the fuel drums but not the questionable Sherman turret....
DEC 30, 2017 - 06:11 AM
Thanks Maybe those details should be visible on a 1/35th wheel, even if the gaps are small. What could it be in 1/35? Something like 0.1 mm (1/25th of an inch) Maybe a thin line of black paint in the corners could give the impression of a small gap. Or weather the rims with some dirt to fill/cover the missing gaps / Robin [/quote] I forgot to link the image properly again. I think it would be a good idea for PA to add a rolled edge to the center of the wheel to show some separation between the hub and the wheel. Weathering can cover it up, but it would still have that flat look, like the wheel and hub are one piece.
DEC 30, 2017 - 06:41 AM
M923 wheels are for A2 versions because of CTIS part on the rim, I'm right ?
DEC 30, 2017 - 08:07 AM
whats up with that .50 on the back of the first Jeep ? - are they meant to be that colour ? or is it just old , dirty or rusty ? - Sweeeeet looking Jeep though ♡♡♡
DEC 31, 2017 - 09:11 PM
I suspect it is a replica made for firing propane. The color is OD more or less, with dust coating it? Hard to tell from the picture. The Jeep is an M38.
JAN 02, 2018 - 04:57 PM
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