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1/32 ZM SdKfz 2 Kettenkrad


Dave J
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So looking for something over the weekend in my stash, I came across this hidden in one of my large kit boxes, and I totally forgot I had it..

 

Pulled it out and then next then I knew.. it was built up. For those that haven't seen the kit. Its has about 50 odd parts hence it building up so fast.. I got most of it painted in the little about of spare time I had this weekend.I will need to take some more pics of it tonight once the paint all dry... But here is the main construction of of the kit built up.

 

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So I have been a little slack on this over the last week... But got some progress on it now..

 

You can't see much of the engine once its in.. So I only painted the front end that is seen. I used Mr Metal Iron for this. You spray it on and its all dull...

 

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and then you can take a rag or cotton bud and polish it up to get a nice finish..

 

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The front body didn't fit to nicely, but a bit of Tamiya putty and then nail polish remover did the trick nicely...

 

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I used Mr Color Dark Yellow as called out in the instructions for the body work, Mr Metal Dark Iron for the tracks. The wheels didnt want to fit correctly so I had to hold them in place for a while. And of course... I got a big dirty glue mark on the side!

 

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Vallejo Leather Brown was used for the base work for the leather on the seat and I lighten it few times to give it a worn look. Black is the base for the Drivers seat and then it was lightly dry brushed with AK Rubber

 

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So thats were it is currently..

 

Plan this weekend is to give it a gloss coat so I can apply the details and then weathering can proceed!

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