Its not a plane!!!

Discussion in 'Your Completed Kits' started by Greedy, Mar 15, 2009.

  1. Greedy

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    But was used to shoot them down. Its a gepard ( lepard ) german made 1:35 scale model i finnished. I built this for a customer but he never picked it up.
     

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    the engine bay opens to show alot of detail.
     
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    Nicely done, I like the weathering and the welds. :thumbleft:
     
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    Looks great mate! :D
     
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    Great to see you expand yourself outside of aircraft :D, I have built some ships but want to start on some land vehicles possibly. I have a 1/350 Devil shark boat sitting in the garage, its not massive but its big and im not a ship fan anymore haha.. focusin on aircraft and my figures, great stuff!
     
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    Very nice!
     
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    Nice work Greedy.!:D
     
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    Cool build! I have a few 1/35 armour kits in the stash, must get one out and have a go.
     
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    Very cool! 8)
     
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    A very nice model.:D
     
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    Very nice indeed. I like the paint wear on the edges etc, very well done.
     
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    Nice. I too have an interest in armor but never took it to that level. Years ago I built a German tank and the zimmeret(sp?) was a PITA. Nice job.
     
  13. Greedy

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    LOL im a big fan of german stuff dont know why maybe because its mysterious to me? Any way here is a photo of the inside of the tank.
     

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    Nice :thumbleft:

    That engine reminds me of a 265 Hemi 6 :lol:!
     
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    Great work mate!
     
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    Really it is looking very nice.:D
     
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