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Where Armorama group builds can be discussed, organized, and updates posted.
Tank Destroyers - Go Go Go!
Martinnnn
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Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
Member Since: April 26, 2004
entire network: 5,435 Posts
KitMaker Network: 454 Posts
Posted: Monday, May 02, 2005 - 09:03 PM UTC
Good good, lot's of M10's & Achilles/M36's.....those are nice kits!

I hope to receive my Valentine soon......so I can start on building my Archer!

Gonna need your help here, cause I'm not that good in scratchbuilding, but with your support at the forum I'll manage
Angela
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Visayas, Philippines
Member Since: September 01, 2004
entire network: 853 Posts
KitMaker Network: 275 Posts
Posted: Monday, May 02, 2005 - 09:37 PM UTC
Started with the Nashorn yesterday. I can hardly wait to try the AM parts sent by Blade48mrd.

I will try also try to make a suggestive interior of the driver's compartment.

If there is time, I will also build a Marder III.

Angela
drumthumper
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Kansas, United States
Member Since: December 22, 2004
entire network: 392 Posts
KitMaker Network: 159 Posts
Posted: Monday, May 02, 2005 - 10:11 PM UTC
I just received the Dragon SU100 in a trade and am now torn between it and my originally intended project for this campaign, the JSU152! I love the look of the larger vehicle, but the SU100 would be a much simpler and quicker build, perhaps allowing me a bit more time to complete another project before campaign's end. I figure the longer I wait to decide the more inclined I am to do the SU .... any thoughts on that kit?

Mike
popaddy
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New York, United States
Member Since: March 02, 2005
entire network: 202 Posts
KitMaker Network: 17 Posts
Posted: Tuesday, May 03, 2005 - 03:06 PM UTC
Greetings!
PanzerFacktory11968/NY
Build is being hampered by daylight & night time air raids(1st PE experience,got an etchmate yesterday!)
Reports of partisan activity has delayed the delivery of Fruils(back order ) God I hope I'm not stuck with OOB tracks. It's always an iffy endeavour. For me, at least.
Initially, build is way ahead of schedule.