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  1. It sure looks the part! It’s really coming together. Cheers, Tom
  2. Great attention to detail! The weathering looks spot on. Cheers, Tom
  3. Barry, Thanks for checking in, and your Abrams work is unmatched! My Abrams is still there--might be the momentum from this build carries that one to the finish line. Thanks for the link! That is inspiring. Interesting tank commander too. Cheers, Tom
  4. Kevin thanks! You are leading the way with your epic Jagdtiger build. Jose, thanks! Your build is inspiring me. Ryan, my pleasure! But with other commitments, this might be a slow build. Looking forward to seeing yours take shape! Cheers, Tom
  5. I'm also working on the Trumpeter 1/16 Panther G. I am building a late war (Feb 45) version with the early version kit, since the late version only comes with the steel wheels. To do this, I am adding the following from the late version kit: —crew heater (added after Oct 44) —flame dampener exhausts —late idlers (only the Daimler Benz Panthers kept the early idlers late war) —one set of steel wheels Fortunately the early version includes the chin mantlet option (introduced Sept 44) already. Now, I did mess up when I contacted Trumpeter's customer service
  6. Ryan, Just a heads-up, the fit of many parts is tight especially with paint. For the torsion bars to remain workable I recommend slightly enlarging the holes they go through, in the hull and that central frame. Hope this helps, and great idea adding that traverse box for alignment! Cheers, Tom
  7. I will be watching this Ryan! Do you have a specific tank picked out? Cheers, Tom
  8. Reading your build log, and I’m in Mosquito school! Superb work. Cheers, Tom
  9. I’ve built a fair share of 1/16 scale kits, but conjuring one—serious respect! Cheers, Tom
  10. This is a feast for the eyes! I’ve been intrigued with the subscription concept, but this is the most detailed assessment I’ve come across. Cheers, Tom
  11. This year opened up a whole new territory of Whiskey Tango Foxtrot. Tom
  12. Wow! Glad your week ended on an up note, and I’m looking forward to the next conjuring. Cheers, Tom
  13. Very well put, and an extremely impressive build! You are making me want to pull out my 1/72 Bandai kit! Cheers, Tom
  14. Superb Brian! Superb. These kits are a breed apart: the instructions, engineering, fit, detail. I find myself smiling more than usual when I’m building one! I will be curious how your cowling panels fit together. This was a bit tricky for me as I recall. Cheers, Tom
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