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I decided to dig into my stash of plastic 1:35 scale kits and do the Tamiya M6 Multiple Gun Motor Carriage or half-track and the Verlinden Church ruin kits together as a diorama. The Verlinden kit is cast hydrocal plaster and is now out of production since Verlinden retired some decades back. I picked up the last two kits my local brick and mortar hobby store had just before they closed their doors forever. I will be doing the diorama somewhat similar to what is shown on the Verlinden box art with some additional Tamiya figures/accessories from my collection of completed Tamiya kits. Box art and contents shown below Verlinden Kit Tamiya Kit The Verlinden kit consists of two large castings of two walls of the church and 3 smaller castings of rubble from the church walls. To assemble them I used 5 minute epoxy
Hello Folks, I cought in the famouse X-bay two Breton Fishingboats of the first decade of the XX. century. The fist one ARMOR (A 1862) is a plastic kit from Heller scaled to 1/125 is dated before II world war, her the Box and the interiuere with out the booklet... the second SAINT GILDAS (GX 3864) is a wooden kit from scaled two 1/50 and is dated to 1908.looks like a variation of the Billing Boats Thuna Boat Marie Jeanne Lets start with the Heller plasic kit - the wooden one will need a little bit to come towards me. Christian, going to the bathtub to clean the model from the ress of lubricate by warm water & washing-up liquid