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Ford 3 ton tank - full scratch 1/16 scale

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OUTSTANDING work!

I'd love to see photos and commentary on how you manufactured different parts, like the tracks.

 

Allan


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1 hour ago, Allan H. said:

OUTSTANDING work!

I'd love to see photos and commentary on how you manufactured different parts, like the tracks.

 

Allan

 

+1  Simply stunning! Would be great to get some more informations about this piece of art!


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3 hours ago, Allan H. said:

OUTSTANDING work!

I'd love to see photos and commentary on how you manufactured different parts, like the tracks.

 

Allan

We all have the same question. LOL. I have to admit that the US Army Tank 'Corps' has come a long way.

 

Semper Fi.

 

Manny

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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!

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