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T55A (M), seeing red campaign
betheyn
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Posted: Saturday, April 30, 2005 - 11:36 PM UTC
Do not worry comrades,we can abandon some of our tanks as we have thousands in reserve. We will show the world that superior numbers of men and machines will always win. So let them have our broken tanks.


2 Afgan fighters will be going on to this dio, as soon as i've got and built them. This is the Esci T55 A (M).
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Posted: Thursday, May 05, 2005 - 08:33 AM UTC
Looks like an excellent example of a battle weary '55 to me Comrade.How did you achieve the fender damage?
I've got one for my next build,anything in particular to watch out for?
Cheers October
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Posted: Thursday, May 05, 2005 - 08:10 PM UTC

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Looks like an excellent example of a battle weary '55 to me Comrade.How did you achieve the fender damage?
I've got one for my next build,anything in particular to watch out for?
Cheers October


Thanks. Fender damage was done by holding the model over a candle, once it goes a bit soft you bend it between your fingers. Its best to practice first as if you get it wrong the model goes up in flames (done it once and it makes a bloody mess).As for the kit itself its not to bad. The one thing i would suggest is to get a different set of tracks as the Esci ones are a bit of a pain to fit.