ChTZ S-65 Stalinetz "Road Crew"

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ChTZ S-65 Stalinetz "Road Crew"

Joined: February 28th, 2006, 1:55 pm

June 19th, 2012, 1:33 pm #1

Hello friends,

A few photos showing my latest model building efforts, this project is my contibution to the "Stalinez Smackdown" Group Build now taking place on the MIG Productions Forum. The base kit is the very nice Trumpeter S-65. I also used the most excellent LZ Models engine and radiator upgrade sets.

The inspiration for my project comes from this photos showing one of these heavy tractors outfitted with a large front boom and wheel rollers. Pretty intereseting field modification that I'm still not really sure what it was for, but my guess is for some type of road work. I loved the "Jerry Rigged" nature of the modifications, including the use of captured T34 wheels used for the roller.

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A few construction highlights.......

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And now for the final photos........

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Thanks everyone for taking the time to look.

Best,
Rick

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Joined: February 11th, 2009, 12:14 pm

June 19th, 2012, 2:07 pm #2

Perfect job!
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Joined: March 14th, 2005, 1:40 pm

June 19th, 2012, 2:08 pm #3

Hello friends,

A few photos showing my latest model building efforts, this project is my contibution to the "Stalinez Smackdown" Group Build now taking place on the MIG Productions Forum. The base kit is the very nice Trumpeter S-65. I also used the most excellent LZ Models engine and radiator upgrade sets.

The inspiration for my project comes from this photos showing one of these heavy tractors outfitted with a large front boom and wheel rollers. Pretty intereseting field modification that I'm still not really sure what it was for, but my guess is for some type of road work. I loved the "Jerry Rigged" nature of the modifications, including the use of captured T34 wheels used for the roller.

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A few construction highlights.......

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And now for the final photos........

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Thanks everyone for taking the time to look.

Best,
Rick

<a href="http://migproductions-usa.com/" rel="nofollow">

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<a href="http://ricklawler.plastic-garden.com/" rel="nofollow">

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.....where you find some of these photos. I must say that we love your Lawler Style.
Again, Nice work.

ANPW
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Joined: August 7th, 2011, 7:36 am

June 19th, 2012, 2:09 pm #4

Hello friends,

A few photos showing my latest model building efforts, this project is my contibution to the "Stalinez Smackdown" Group Build now taking place on the MIG Productions Forum. The base kit is the very nice Trumpeter S-65. I also used the most excellent LZ Models engine and radiator upgrade sets.

The inspiration for my project comes from this photos showing one of these heavy tractors outfitted with a large front boom and wheel rollers. Pretty intereseting field modification that I'm still not really sure what it was for, but my guess is for some type of road work. I loved the "Jerry Rigged" nature of the modifications, including the use of captured T34 wheels used for the roller.

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A few construction highlights.......

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And now for the final photos........

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Thanks everyone for taking the time to look.

Best,
Rick

<a href="http://migproductions-usa.com/" rel="nofollow">

</a>

<a href="http://ricklawler.plastic-garden.com/" rel="nofollow">

</a>

Ehm what can I say?

WOW!!
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Joined: January 19th, 2006, 2:30 am

June 19th, 2012, 2:29 pm #5

Hello friends,

A few photos showing my latest model building efforts, this project is my contibution to the "Stalinez Smackdown" Group Build now taking place on the MIG Productions Forum. The base kit is the very nice Trumpeter S-65. I also used the most excellent LZ Models engine and radiator upgrade sets.

The inspiration for my project comes from this photos showing one of these heavy tractors outfitted with a large front boom and wheel rollers. Pretty intereseting field modification that I'm still not really sure what it was for, but my guess is for some type of road work. I loved the "Jerry Rigged" nature of the modifications, including the use of captured T34 wheels used for the roller.

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A few construction highlights.......

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And now for the final photos........

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Thanks everyone for taking the time to look.

Best,
Rick

<a href="http://migproductions-usa.com/" rel="nofollow">

</a>

<a href="http://ricklawler.plastic-garden.com/" rel="nofollow">

</a>

Fantastic work as always Rick. Love the weathering most of all, very realistic.

talk soon dude

Rob

www.scratchmod.com
The Art of Destruction
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Joined: November 8th, 2003, 4:32 am

June 19th, 2012, 3:04 pm #6

Hello friends,

A few photos showing my latest model building efforts, this project is my contibution to the "Stalinez Smackdown" Group Build now taking place on the MIG Productions Forum. The base kit is the very nice Trumpeter S-65. I also used the most excellent LZ Models engine and radiator upgrade sets.

The inspiration for my project comes from this photos showing one of these heavy tractors outfitted with a large front boom and wheel rollers. Pretty intereseting field modification that I'm still not really sure what it was for, but my guess is for some type of road work. I loved the "Jerry Rigged" nature of the modifications, including the use of captured T34 wheels used for the roller.

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A few construction highlights.......

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And now for the final photos........

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Thanks everyone for taking the time to look.

Best,
Rick

<a href="http://migproductions-usa.com/" rel="nofollow">

</a>

<a href="http://ricklawler.plastic-garden.com/" rel="nofollow">

</a>

Great sbs as well...

Scott Gentry
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Joined: April 4th, 2006, 8:52 pm

June 19th, 2012, 4:24 pm #7

Hello friends,

A few photos showing my latest model building efforts, this project is my contibution to the "Stalinez Smackdown" Group Build now taking place on the MIG Productions Forum. The base kit is the very nice Trumpeter S-65. I also used the most excellent LZ Models engine and radiator upgrade sets.

The inspiration for my project comes from this photos showing one of these heavy tractors outfitted with a large front boom and wheel rollers. Pretty intereseting field modification that I'm still not really sure what it was for, but my guess is for some type of road work. I loved the "Jerry Rigged" nature of the modifications, including the use of captured T34 wheels used for the roller.

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A few construction highlights.......

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And now for the final photos........

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Thanks everyone for taking the time to look.

Best,
Rick

<a href="http://migproductions-usa.com/" rel="nofollow">

</a>

<a href="http://ricklawler.plastic-garden.com/" rel="nofollow">

</a>

Lovely update and always your mark when it comes to weathering!

Ivan

http://icdesign.webs.com/
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Joined: April 7th, 2007, 12:52 am

June 19th, 2012, 4:26 pm #8

Hello friends,

A few photos showing my latest model building efforts, this project is my contibution to the "Stalinez Smackdown" Group Build now taking place on the MIG Productions Forum. The base kit is the very nice Trumpeter S-65. I also used the most excellent LZ Models engine and radiator upgrade sets.

The inspiration for my project comes from this photos showing one of these heavy tractors outfitted with a large front boom and wheel rollers. Pretty intereseting field modification that I'm still not really sure what it was for, but my guess is for some type of road work. I loved the "Jerry Rigged" nature of the modifications, including the use of captured T34 wheels used for the roller.

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A few construction highlights.......

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And now for the final photos........

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Thanks everyone for taking the time to look.

Best,
Rick

<a href="http://migproductions-usa.com/" rel="nofollow">

</a>

<a href="http://ricklawler.plastic-garden.com/" rel="nofollow">

</a>

Outstanding job, Rick; very original and marvelously executed, the finish is superb! Great motivation, thanks!

Cheers, Tracy
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Joined: November 1st, 2006, 3:53 pm

June 19th, 2012, 4:42 pm #9

Hello friends,

A few photos showing my latest model building efforts, this project is my contibution to the "Stalinez Smackdown" Group Build now taking place on the MIG Productions Forum. The base kit is the very nice Trumpeter S-65. I also used the most excellent LZ Models engine and radiator upgrade sets.

The inspiration for my project comes from this photos showing one of these heavy tractors outfitted with a large front boom and wheel rollers. Pretty intereseting field modification that I'm still not really sure what it was for, but my guess is for some type of road work. I loved the "Jerry Rigged" nature of the modifications, including the use of captured T34 wheels used for the roller.

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A few construction highlights.......

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And now for the final photos........

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Thanks everyone for taking the time to look.

Best,
Rick

<a href="http://migproductions-usa.com/" rel="nofollow">

</a>

<a href="http://ricklawler.plastic-garden.com/" rel="nofollow">

</a>

Regards,
Krisztian Bodi

http://www.thebodi.eu/
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Joined: July 24th, 2000, 8:18 pm

June 19th, 2012, 4:53 pm #10

Hello friends,

A few photos showing my latest model building efforts, this project is my contibution to the "Stalinez Smackdown" Group Build now taking place on the MIG Productions Forum. The base kit is the very nice Trumpeter S-65. I also used the most excellent LZ Models engine and radiator upgrade sets.

The inspiration for my project comes from this photos showing one of these heavy tractors outfitted with a large front boom and wheel rollers. Pretty intereseting field modification that I'm still not really sure what it was for, but my guess is for some type of road work. I loved the "Jerry Rigged" nature of the modifications, including the use of captured T34 wheels used for the roller.

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A few construction highlights.......

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And now for the final photos........

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Thanks everyone for taking the time to look.

Best,
Rick

<a href="http://migproductions-usa.com/" rel="nofollow">

</a>

<a href="http://ricklawler.plastic-garden.com/" rel="nofollow">

</a>

Really like the looks of that "potato smasher", nice faded green, the different tones on the "crane", the mud and dirt, the chipping and grimy effects in the whole machine. Great work!

Javier de Luelmo - Diesel

http://dieselwerk.blogspot.com/
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