1/6th M5A1 Stuart

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Re: 1/6th M5A1 Stuart

Post by Lee Bishop » Tue Nov 17, 2009 8:37 pm

More stuff here, including a Sherman and a Jeep in the links section: http://www.ryannagata.com/otherstuff/16-stuart-tank/ You can always tell when someone models a military vehicle who never served. What is it with modelers when they model all kinds of loose stuff that isn’t secured in any way? Real life tanker tie and strap down anything that’s not part of a tank. So to me, he takes an incredible effort and falls sadly short to achieve a great overall correct look. :?
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Re: 1/6th M5A1 Stuart

Post by TopKick » Sat Nov 21, 2009 11:42 pm

AWESOME!
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