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  1. Okay, this is a bit of an oddball. I picked it up on a lark at Michaels. It was $6.50 after the 60% off coupon. It's a toy and was originally offered by NewRay. The chassis was cast to fit a small electric motor. This kit comes with none of the motorized parts. It is squared off at the bottom of the transmission cover where the motor goes. So I used a resin block to fill the area and will sand it to shape. I am replacing the gun barrels with brass tubing as well. I also decided to open up the commander's hatch. I am adding the three figures from the old Monogram M4A1 Screamin' Mimi kit and a few of the parts from it to dress up the kit a tad. Note that the tracks are one-piece rubber style units that you have to stretch over the wheels to fit into place. I have a set of Tamiya decals to use for it as the only markings it comes with are tampo-style and will be covered over with paint. Later, Lee This is the transmission cover...
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