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Old 06-26-2008, 04:10 PM
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DML T-34/76~No.112 Factory "Krasnoe Sormovo" Late Production

This came in the mail yesterday- looks so good I may have to build it up right away.


















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Old 06-26-2008, 04:29 PM
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Interesting, thanks for posting these images.
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new kits from dragon,looks nice!
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I considered buying that in the store the other day.
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Old 06-26-2008, 08:43 PM
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I considered buying that in the store the other day.
Hmmm- not sure if this is readily available yet, which store was that?
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Old 06-26-2008, 08:48 PM
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Or perhaps I just confused it in my brain cuz I saw the box art the other day in your thread.
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Looks great. I mentioned it on the other thread about this kit but I am not sure if this is the right hull MG for this version. I am thinking it should have the later armored type. Also looking at the round transmission access hatch. Looks like it might be too large and the wrong type of hinge. Of course I could be totally out in left field picking dandylions. Looks like there is going to be lots of spares.

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Looks great. I mentioned it on the other thread about this kit but I am not sure if this is the right hull MG for this version. I am thinking it should have the later armored type. Also looking at the round transmission access hatch. Looks like it might be too large and the wrong type of hinge. Of course I could be totally out in left field picking dandylions. Looks like there is going to be lots of spares.

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Hey Roy - yes there are a few bits left over- I'm hoping these parts can be used somewhar's else?
As for the MG cover- you maybe right in it needing the armoured cover but I thought I read somewhere that this was an optional feature of this model- that is not all of them had it? As to the hinge- don't know about that one.

Here are the instruction sheets- so much less complicated than say the Tiger I instructions sheets! That's one thing about T-34 models- it seems that there a re not too many steps and then before you know it it is finished!. I always feel that there should be more to do- like "That's it!"











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For a moment there, I thought the real tanks you can depict, were painted blue!
So, what vehicle are you going to build?

Well, I'm waiting for some in progress pics, thats for sure!

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