1975 Tamiya M10 Tank Destroyer

geegad

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looking real nice john like all the added detail buddy them teeth look quality
 

Centurion3RTR

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Well John, this is what she looks like now. Finally got some paint on her, went well but i'm thinking i need a new airbrush as it's on it's last legs lol. I managed to get the base white on then the green and thats all, took the AB apart and found the needle is bent. Now it's just a case of detail work.

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Have fun, John

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John some how I missed this thread ,really liking the airbrush work . Looks real good even with a bent needle! The hedge row teeth look awesome ,really adds an aggressive look .
 

Centurion3RTR

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Thanks Trey, all finished now bud and can be found here http:tongue-out3:/www.scale-models.co.uk/completed/16821-old-tamiya-m10-tank-destroyer-tank-busters-sig.html#post139386

Have fun, John
 
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