In 1/16 scale ( and in full RC ) ther's been a few kit's out, but all have been With mixed variations of accuracy .
Based on the KT lower hull, they were all short, so you were either forced to drive it about With that flaw, ore cut it , and add the extra to strech it you're self. And there were some issues With the superstructure having wrong angles.
This has now been looked into and torro / Taigen have released a model With all these issues fixed.
Out of the (wooden) Box it is about 6,5-7 kg. All hatches / hangers / hings , tracks , Wheels and small parts is in metal.
it's about 66x23x20 cm in size
After I have been running it Stock for a while now , I desided I wanted to make it more 'mine' Removing ( the molded on ) skirts and New Paint job was numero uno on my list.
Hope you have time to hang With me as I do a little work on this big boy .
Skirts coming of , now That involves a bit of hack'n slash , and some work With sheets of evergreen , not my strongest side but here is how I did it .
With fenders of, time to remove the last strip of molded plastic. Also this is the part that needs filling inn later
And about the mistake I mentioned earlier . Well I did not strike me before I poped open my 1/35 kit..
Since the top part can be released from the lower hull, I did not think of it when making the New side plate, that it should extend all the way to the top. Luckely It is only 0,5mm, so once painted and 'on the move' nobody will see
Niiice! I was going to suggest using brass sheet for mudguards, but thought you were going for the stripped down look, so I kept my trap shut. Don't know if it's appropriate, but I'd like to see it dressed in an ambush scheme.
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