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Famo Sdah116 Trailer and Pzkpw III

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This has been an ongoing build since 2013, with the build blog and all details found at : Tamiya Famo Sdah116 Trailer and Dragon Panzer 3
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About the Author

About Michael Walsh (airborne1)
FROM: QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA

My interest in plastic modeling started when I was 10 with building the odd 1/72nd scale plane or tank ,with moving around a lot there was a break from the model building until 1987 when I come across the Verlinden Publications which sparked my interest to building military vehicles and dioramas. I...


Comments

Really fantastic job Michael.I can see why it took you so long to finish, but what a first class presentation it is. I have the same kits with all the Aber sets in my stash, but every time I look at them I think about how long a build it would be. Best regards....Dale
DEC 31, 2018 - 12:50 PM
Thanks Dale, Aber cover a substantial amount of etch on the Famo. Did not touch any of the etch that was internal or under the tractor as you will never see it in the final result. Kudos to Aber for going the extra length to giving us these options. I found Eduard etch covered the trailer with the enhancement upgrades enough to not to go too far overboard with detailing. I'm glad you like the finished images. Michael
DEC 31, 2018 - 01:52 PM
Really nice work, Michael.
JAN 02, 2019 - 03:35 AM
Great work Michael!
JAN 02, 2019 - 08:29 PM
Thanks Bill and Darius. For an 18 year old kit Tamiya have done an excellent job to give us a beautiful model. Just be careful of the front trailer steering assembly. It is fragile and needs to be handled with care when building and mounting to a board or diorama base. Michael
JAN 02, 2019 - 08:53 PM