Tamiya M3 Stuart (late production)

John Race

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#2
Nice one buddy, glad to see you making an appearance .
SOB then , no extras .
Bring on the paint Sir .
John .
 

Mini Me

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Tony,
Nice choice. I've wanted to do some of these in 1-87 scale but have found nothing suitable. Looks like the fun is about to begin, do you use a hissy stick or are you a dedicated hairy stick wielder? either way I am sure it will be a winner.
Cheers,
Rick H.
 

Tony Lee

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With the price of kits and AM going up and up John I build them with what they came with mostly but if need be I will spend a little extra at times.

Rick I paint with both.

Low parts count makes for a fast build but still the detail was pretty good and the tracks were very nice for rubber bands so they were keepers.

Thanks guys
Tony lee
 

Steve O

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Hi Tony very nice job there, i too have noticed the price of kits prices going up especially the last month, i have kits in the stash only a few months old and now costing up to £10-£15 more (Italeri trucks & trailers) and ebay dreamers loads more.

Keep up the good work Steve.
 

Jim R

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Hi Tony
Looks a nice neat build. Must have gone together well as it didn't take long. Look forward to the paint.
Jim
 

Steve Jones

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Nice work Lee. I am trying to do the 1 72 version at the moment. I am a big fan of the Stuart. Good luck with the wet stuff
 
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