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Rodolfo Torres Vazquez

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About Rodolfo Torres Vazquez

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  • Birthday 12/12/1960

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    WWII, but German Armors, 1/35 principally and in 2nd. instance, modern armors WW. My another hobby is the Philately!

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  1. Hello Fidd88! Here are 2 pics of Skdfz. 222 but we know that it has the same structure as 221, the doors are the same. Regards! Rodolfo
  2. Thanks for your kind comments friends! @ Bomber_County - For paint I used acrylics and enamels for weathering. Regards! Rodolfo
  3. Hello friends! Here one of my last works, I hope like it!. This is the Sd.Kfz.221 from Sovereign in 1/35th scale. The kit coming with resin, white metal and photoetched all with great quality, but with some little defects; the only negative of this armor is that it not contains marks (decals); some parts will need to add extras as wire and drill carefully. the assembling includes interiors. The Leichter PanzerspƤhwagen (German: roughly "light armoured reconnaissance vehicle") was a series of light four-wheel drive armoured cars produced by Nazi Germany from 1935 to 1944. Base m
  4. @[CAT]CplSlade - Sure, I have seen photos of the 6. / Panzer and they show this type of wear, the photo above does not show the exhaust in pristine form, the sideskirts shown scratches too; if you have the book Operation Citadel - Vol. 2 The North you can see more pics with great quality. @ harv - Thanks for your kind comments! Regards! Rodolfo
  5. Rust and chipping?, yes, everything was possible with the weather like in Russia. @Martinnfb - Thanks for your kind comment and pic! Regards! Rodolfo
  6. Thanks for your kind comments friends!. When in Kursk there was rain, mud, puddles, of course, it is possible to dirty the tank even before 1 month, the Russian steppe was heavy, besides the weathering in this Panzer really is moderate. I can't imagine a tank going into a big puddle with mud and coming out clean and the rains falling without dragging the dust adhering to it. Regards! Rodolfo
  7. Hello friends! This is the Panzer IV Ausf.G from Dragon Models (Smart Kit), in 1/35th scale. It was finished as a tank of the 6./ Panzer, Regiment 3, 2nd. Panzer Division, Kursk 1943. I hope you like it. Regards! Rodolfo
  8. Thanks for your kind comments friends!, yes, it looks as Panther turret and Tiger I chassis. Regards! Rodolfo
  9. Hello friends! I am sharing with all you one of my last models finished in 2019. I hope you like it: This is the Tiger I Ausf. H2, 7.5cm KwK42 from Dragon in 1/35th scale. This Tiger I Ausf. H2 was a prototype by the Henschel company. Only a wooden mock-up of the turret was ever made, as Henschel eventually decided to focus on the H1 type in late 1941 and the turret with the 7.5 cm gun was discarded.
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