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    Normandy, France
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    Modelling the US armor from 1917 to 1945 in 1/16 scale.

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  1. This is a kit which obviously has been long overdue! After a first publication for the 80th anniversary of the Battle of France, here it is finally pointing the tip of its barrel! A pure marvel and a great world première for a French tank from 1940 in 1/16 scale! The kit is 25.5cm long, 11.5cm wide and 7.5cm high. All signed with the usual DÈS quality as we already know. It will nevertheless be necessary to wait until mid to late January for us to have a detailed review of the beast. Orders are already open with a selling price of 290 € (w/o shipping) but delivery
  2. Hi, After having built this beast from scratch using about 595 parts and adding more or less 3370 rivets and bolts of all sizes, the building process is over and the kit is now ready for paint. Tracks made of individual links are not installed yet. The model is 67 cm long, 22 cm wide and 19 cm high. A lot more photos are available @ http://manu-military.e-monsite.com/pages/entre-2-guerres-30-s/international-liberty-mkviii-tank.html Thanks for watching.
  3. Thanks a lot for your comments, very much appreciated.
  4. Hi, Sooo, this long term project is coming along nicely, slowly but surely. I already achieved the upper casemate, the main central body and remained the four sides to "dress". Though the two inner ones are already in progress as is the left outer one, it is now time to show the right hand side completed with its complete set of road rollers greasing ends, rivets and bolts. Thanks for looking!
  5. Hi Dennis, Your vignette is astonishingly great, I love those very vivid guys. The crates are a little on the thick side but they do the job as the markings do as well.
  6. Hi, Many thanks for your kind comments and your interest in my models. See you Manu
  7. Hi all, Many thanks for your kind comments and your interest in my models. See you Manu
  8. Thanks a lot for your comments. To see the construction stages and how some parts were done, feel free to have a look at my web site to he dedicated page. For the lazy ones, the cupola, the track return rollers and a track link master (then duplicated in resin) were made in 3D. http://manu-military.e-monsite.com/pages/entre-2-guerres-30-s/ford-3-ton-tank.html Have a nice Sunday mates!
  9. Hi all, Here it is painted. Thanks for looking.
  10. Hi, This is my completed 1/16 scale scratchbuilt Ford T w/Kellner body. As a reminder, this kit has been built from scratch based on a handful of parts from the old Academy kit using 3 plies plywood. Many more photos on my site http://manu-military.e-monsite.com/page ... lance.html Thanks for looking.
  11. Dès announces a 1/16 scale Renault R35 to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the battle of France. No date or price specified yet.
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