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It has been several months since I posted on my D7. I was working on the Eduard 1/48 P-51D-5, one photo below. But I am back and working on a new kit. Some of you may remember I was working on an M4A3 Sherman and scratch building the interior. Well now we have it in kit form. I will probably bring back some comparison pictures from my original build. 
I started on this kit by removed a lot of circular mold markings as well as the molded in wiring which I am planning on scratch building. Also the rear engine hatch I drilled holes and added wire so the door opens and closes. That is it for now. 







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9 hours ago, Axeman said:

Also have some additional detail to add and try, MJ Miniatures light guards and us clamp tool set, ammo tool clamps, and friulmodel T-66 type tracks. 

Looking forward to this, haven’t built RFM yet, what’s your opinion?......:popcorn:

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The detail is great and is accurate. Just a lot of the mold release marks in the middle of big pieces. I am sure they need those to get the detail. It has not been bad removing them just time consuming. 

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