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Old 12-17-2018, 07:13 AM
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LVT-4 Water Buffalo

Hi,

I'm starting a new thread with a model I've been building a while now. It's AFV Club's LVT-4 Early version with few extras such as Voyager basic set, Eduard interior set, Aber metal barrels for machine guns and AFV Club aftermarket tracks.



At the first stage, most of the cockpit was completed.














When it seemed to be ready for some paint, I took some time to pay attention to some reference material in hand and it appeared that many of the interior elements are still to be added before I could reach for the airbrush.

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Gear selector had to be scratched as well because original broke in two and half of it went missing.






Until next update,
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Excellent attention to detail Kristjan.

Keep the images coming.

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great job so far Kristjan love this super detailing work

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Than You, everyone.

Now the interior, seen on previous post has been painted and weathered. I made a few photos of radio also, because it sits on its locker and although its hatches are open, it will be sparsely seen. Sides of the hull are not glued on yet, because I plan to fill the side compartments with some random stuff, and these are not ready yet. Dashboard is another thing yet to be made. Otherwise the drivers compartment is finished.
















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