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Stalinetz tractor

Started by Wesleybeks, March 14, 2015, 01:43:21 PM

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Hello guys

I had this kit lying around and after gaining some real inspiration watching John Tolchers build of it, I jumped in and started it. Im quite happy with how its turned out so far. Im using it as a base to try different weathering techiniques.

Let me know what you think so far. Im open to all constructive criticism.
Kind Regards

Modelling in sunny South Africa


Ray Dunakin

The rust and dirt on the tracks is especially effective.
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Very satisfactory so far. Looks like you'll now turn your attention to the radiator, motor, and seat. -- Russ

Bill Gill


Nice work Wes.  I too like those tracks; very realistic.
Dave Mason
D&GRR (Dunstead & Granford) in On30
"A people that values its privileges above its principles will soon lose both."~Dwight D. Eisenhower


Thanks for the kind words gents.

Gordon its the 1/35 offering from Trumpeter. I added the after market engine from LZ models.

Russ those 3 items are on the list of things to do. Also thinking of adding a canopy of some sorts to try some more techniques out. Ill post more pics soon.
Kind Regards

Modelling in sunny South Africa