Old enemies meet again..golan 1967

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Old enemies meet again..golan 1967

Joined: May 3rd, 2005, 4:10 pm

August 9th, 2012, 2:16 pm #1

Hi to all...well, this is my first attempt at putting two tanks a a scene ( I generally like models on bare bases...). It depicts an israeli M51 on M4A3 welded hull bypassing an old enemy,an abandones Syrian Jagdpanzer IV. M51 modell is a kitbash of Unimodel hull with fine Scale Factory turret, modelltrans bins and cans and a lot of detailing; Jagdpanzer IV L48 is trumpeter with some upgrade... Is not 100% finished, still lacks another figure and some details... Scale is 1/72, any comments and critics obviuosly welcomed( hope I didn't make any mistakes with the arab script...)
cheers, Fabrizio











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August 9th, 2012, 3:01 pm #2

Stunning!!
Marco
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August 9th, 2012, 3:04 pm #3

Hi to all...well, this is my first attempt at putting two tanks a a scene ( I generally like models on bare bases...). It depicts an israeli M51 on M4A3 welded hull bypassing an old enemy,an abandones Syrian Jagdpanzer IV. M51 modell is a kitbash of Unimodel hull with fine Scale Factory turret, modelltrans bins and cans and a lot of detailing; Jagdpanzer IV L48 is trumpeter with some upgrade... Is not 100% finished, still lacks another figure and some details... Scale is 1/72, any comments and critics obviuosly welcomed( hope I didn't make any mistakes with the arab script...)
cheers, Fabrizio











The dio looks very cool, weathering & paintjob are very solid! Not to mention that it is 1/72.
The welded hull M-51 is rare in modelling forums and turnsa out to be an inspiring verion, disreagrding some minor inaccuraces. I like the barrel & boxes that add color variety & war chaos to the dio. The paper box on the M-51 back is "manot krav 5" ration box? I thought they are much smaller.
Again - that's a good dio, congrats!
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Joined: April 20th, 2005, 4:21 pm

August 9th, 2012, 3:25 pm #4

Hi to all...well, this is my first attempt at putting two tanks a a scene ( I generally like models on bare bases...). It depicts an israeli M51 on M4A3 welded hull bypassing an old enemy,an abandones Syrian Jagdpanzer IV. M51 modell is a kitbash of Unimodel hull with fine Scale Factory turret, modelltrans bins and cans and a lot of detailing; Jagdpanzer IV L48 is trumpeter with some upgrade... Is not 100% finished, still lacks another figure and some details... Scale is 1/72, any comments and critics obviuosly welcomed( hope I didn't make any mistakes with the arab script...)
cheers, Fabrizio











Hi

Really like this one - especially the Jagdpanzer. It's nice to see a welded hull based M51 - it has quite a different look from the usual variant.

Thanks for posting

Owen
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Joined: August 17th, 2005, 9:20 am

August 9th, 2012, 3:33 pm #5

Hi to all...well, this is my first attempt at putting two tanks a a scene ( I generally like models on bare bases...). It depicts an israeli M51 on M4A3 welded hull bypassing an old enemy,an abandones Syrian Jagdpanzer IV. M51 modell is a kitbash of Unimodel hull with fine Scale Factory turret, modelltrans bins and cans and a lot of detailing; Jagdpanzer IV L48 is trumpeter with some upgrade... Is not 100% finished, still lacks another figure and some details... Scale is 1/72, any comments and critics obviuosly welcomed( hope I didn't make any mistakes with the arab script...)
cheers, Fabrizio











so many great Israeli subjects being posted!

Fabrizio- what lovely work, especially in 1/72!

Mark Neville
AFV Modeller Magazine www.afvmodeller.com
mark@afvmodeller.com
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Joined: May 4th, 2005, 6:06 am

August 9th, 2012, 3:47 pm #6

Hi to all...well, this is my first attempt at putting two tanks a a scene ( I generally like models on bare bases...). It depicts an israeli M51 on M4A3 welded hull bypassing an old enemy,an abandones Syrian Jagdpanzer IV. M51 modell is a kitbash of Unimodel hull with fine Scale Factory turret, modelltrans bins and cans and a lot of detailing; Jagdpanzer IV L48 is trumpeter with some upgrade... Is not 100% finished, still lacks another figure and some details... Scale is 1/72, any comments and critics obviuosly welcomed( hope I didn't make any mistakes with the arab script...)
cheers, Fabrizio











Hi Fabrizio,
great dio, and great two models....
I saw that you have at last added the armored cover sight near the left visor, but is the color slightly clear and different?
Hope i'll see them early....
Cheers
Paolo
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Joined: May 3rd, 2005, 4:10 pm

August 9th, 2012, 5:40 pm #7

Stunning!!
Marco
Thanks Marco!!!! n/t
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August 9th, 2012, 5:45 pm #8

The dio looks very cool, weathering & paintjob are very solid! Not to mention that it is 1/72.
The welded hull M-51 is rare in modelling forums and turnsa out to be an inspiring verion, disreagrding some minor inaccuraces. I like the barrel & boxes that add color variety & war chaos to the dio. The paper box on the M-51 back is "manot krav 5" ration box? I thought they are much smaller.
Again - that's a good dio, congrats!
..As for the k-rations, I used Modell Miniature's set for 1/72...honestly, I have no idea of the dimensions or the real ones....
Cheers, Fabrizio..)
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Joined: May 3rd, 2005, 4:10 pm

August 9th, 2012, 5:46 pm #9

Hi

Really like this one - especially the Jagdpanzer. It's nice to see a welded hull based M51 - it has quite a different look from the usual variant.

Thanks for posting

Owen
thanks, Owen!!! n/t
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Joined: May 3rd, 2005, 4:10 pm

August 9th, 2012, 5:47 pm #10

so many great Israeli subjects being posted!

Fabrizio- what lovely work, especially in 1/72!

Mark Neville
AFV Modeller Magazine www.afvmodeller.com
mark@afvmodeller.com
IDF subjects can be a modeller's heaven....))
cheers, Fabrizio
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