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Ford Bronco

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Klaus Eberl has built a Monogram Ford Bronco kit in 1/32nd scale which is an old snap tite kit from the 80s, with scratch modifications to the rear cargo bed plus adding a 50 cal MG from Tamiya. It was painted and weathered with K4 and Ammo of Mig acrylics and weathering products. The original idea was to paint the kit like commercial trucks used in the 80s by the Chilean Army in internal security missions
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About Klaus Eberl (dexter059)

Active duty Chilean Navy Officer, close to 20 years of service. Happily married and 2 beautiful kids. Ive been modelling on a regular basis since 1997. Mainly focused in "modern" armor in 1/35, but recently Ive started with WWII subjects as well. Particularly keen on NATO and Chilean Armed Forces ...


Nice Work, I really like the weathering on this model.
AUG 10, 2016 - 12:35 AM
hit the road!
AUG 10, 2016 - 02:56 AM
Always like your weathering. Very nice
AUG 10, 2016 - 10:42 AM
Thanks for your comments guys!
AUG 11, 2016 - 05:18 AM
The Bronco looks really good. Good job on the camo and weathering. The only change I would make is to replace the jerry cans and racks with better ones. They look off w/just one handle and are not very well detailed. 1/35 jerry cans in racks would look much better.
AUG 11, 2016 - 05:55 AM
Good idea Gino, i'll do that for sure thanks for the input.
AUG 12, 2016 - 12:55 AM
Very original idea! You should do a diorama with this and a Soviet Mig of some type above. You can produce a scenario similar to the movie, "Red Dawn"! Two Thumbs Up for originality alone!!!
SEP 27, 2016 - 10:34 PM
@YellowHammer- So glad you mentioned Twilight 2000! I haven't heard of that game in years! I played it religiously when I was a kid on my fathers old IBM in the early 90's.
SEP 27, 2016 - 10:37 PM
Thanks appreciate your comments and input mate Cheers
SEP 28, 2016 - 02:19 AM
We had a few of these in my ear;y days in the California Air National Guard. They were such a pain to get into the back seat of. They served their purpose well for two people at most. We used them to run cameras, film and other stuff around when we had RF-4C's. Brings back some good memories. Regards, Eric
SEP 28, 2016 - 03:05 AM