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  1. Hello friends Here I bring you this heavy car fighter from the German Wehrmacht. The model is from the Italeri brand at 1/35 scale, painted with camouflage and with a figure. https://youtu.be/52lo5oJrVUc Greetings and I hope you like it
  2. murad

    Elefant

    All OOB, that means the DJ-ing figures too :D
  3. So far it's a Tamiya kit, nothing else need be said. :) Zimmerit is via milliput and screwdriver, pattern and directions are iaw the instruction and ref sheet Tamiya is providing. In hindsight Tamiya's own Zimmerit coating set for this particular model should be easier imho because milliput is time consuming due to the intricate details on the surfaces and i'm not sure if it's going to be a cheaper option in the end due to the waste... Alas i have started with milliput so this one will have to finish with it.
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