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Dam, only 3 months and 3/4 done! World record !! This is fun time....harv

 

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Some track done. Work work work......harv

 

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Looks good Harv!

One more side to go. At least they're not the tiny things I had on my Marder. 

Carl

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Well thanks for stopping by buddy ! Glad you like it......harv

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16 hours ago, BlrwestSiR said:

Looks good Harv!

One more side to go. At least they're not the tiny things I had on my Marder. 

Carl

Carl, not even half of one side ! lol. Sand, sand, sand.......harv

 

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On 4/4/2020 at 9:51 AM, Jeff said:

Got somewhere to go??   :rofl::rofl:

If you're going in this thing, don't.  

You could walk faster than they drove.

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Looking great, Harv.  I almnost wqnt to pull mine out and do it.

Almost.

The spring bender is the classic way to make brake and fuel lines from bulk straight tubing. 

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We were watching America in Color last night and it was after the hurricane in Galveston.  The army was sent in to help. And what did I see ? A division of these tanks rolling into the city......harv

 

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Harv,  I said "Spring Bender".   These days, that sounds like a very, very good idea

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One side done. 96 pieces....harv

 

 

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Working on gun and exhaust.......harv

 

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Playing around with pastels.  What do you think ? Pass for a tank exhaust  ......harv

 

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I'm not much into AFV, but your choice and the remarkable work so fas has triggered my interest. 

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Harv you are motoring along on this one, are you going to weather the hell out of it?

 

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Lothar, thank you so much. This is a massive learning curve for me. My first one. Not sure about weathering yet. We shall see.....harv

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Harv, the tracks look good as does the exhaust. It's nice knowing you're at least half done when dealing with working track links.

Carl

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Not glued on. That's after all the camo is done. I like it. Not bad for my first try !.....harv

 

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It looks great ! But I think the outside bolt on the 3rd idler is a bit lose :rolleyes:......................  awesome progress buddy !

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Yeah, I saw that ! lol.......harv

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20 minutes ago, harv said:

Yeah, I saw that ! lol.......harv

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Your exhaust is looking great Harv, the combination of shiny surface and corroded/burnt parts is outstanding. Given the look of the exhaust, you never get away with showing your FT as fabric new, bring on the heavy weathering, mud, dust and stains, it's fun.

Cheers Rob 

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