Post-war ISU-152K

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Post-war ISU-152K

Joined: February 9th, 2002, 6:59 pm

August 31st, 2011, 11:00 am #1

This is a model I've been working on for the past three months and represents a Russian ISU-152K. It is a post war version of the ISU-152 and I've been modelling it after the ones used by the Russians during the Hungarian uprising in 1956. There's a couple of well known picture's on Google images of these vehicles in the streets of Budapest.
I've had to scratch build numerous details to get it correct. I'm still not 100% done with it. I noticed I forgot the rubber mud flaps on the end of the fenders so those need to be added soon. Also, the split where the front fenders has it's hinges is still missing.

Please feel free to comment. I appreciate any input you may have.

Cheers,
Marcel Jussen












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Joined: June 16th, 2005, 3:51 pm

August 31st, 2011, 11:19 am #2

Very well done and I hope all goes well with this one as I am looking forward to seeing it when painted.
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Andrew
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Joined: October 11th, 2004, 8:50 am

August 31st, 2011, 11:34 am #3

This is a model I've been working on for the past three months and represents a Russian ISU-152K. It is a post war version of the ISU-152 and I've been modelling it after the ones used by the Russians during the Hungarian uprising in 1956. There's a couple of well known picture's on Google images of these vehicles in the streets of Budapest.
I've had to scratch build numerous details to get it correct. I'm still not 100% done with it. I noticed I forgot the rubber mud flaps on the end of the fenders so those need to be added soon. Also, the split where the front fenders has it's hinges is still missing.

Please feel free to comment. I appreciate any input you may have.

Cheers,
Marcel Jussen












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with an interesting subject. You will enjoy all that detail while painting!

Javier Soler
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Joined: July 9th, 2004, 1:29 pm

August 31st, 2011, 11:47 am #4

This is a model I've been working on for the past three months and represents a Russian ISU-152K. It is a post war version of the ISU-152 and I've been modelling it after the ones used by the Russians during the Hungarian uprising in 1956. There's a couple of well known picture's on Google images of these vehicles in the streets of Budapest.
I've had to scratch build numerous details to get it correct. I'm still not 100% done with it. I noticed I forgot the rubber mud flaps on the end of the fenders so those need to be added soon. Also, the split where the front fenders has it's hinges is still missing.

Please feel free to comment. I appreciate any input you may have.

Cheers,
Marcel Jussen












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This is a fantastic work!!! Bellissimo!



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Joined: April 21st, 2005, 7:49 pm

August 31st, 2011, 12:19 pm #5

This is a model I've been working on for the past three months and represents a Russian ISU-152K. It is a post war version of the ISU-152 and I've been modelling it after the ones used by the Russians during the Hungarian uprising in 1956. There's a couple of well known picture's on Google images of these vehicles in the streets of Budapest.
I've had to scratch build numerous details to get it correct. I'm still not 100% done with it. I noticed I forgot the rubber mud flaps on the end of the fenders so those need to be added soon. Also, the split where the front fenders has it's hinges is still missing.

Please feel free to comment. I appreciate any input you may have.

Cheers,
Marcel Jussen












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Keep us updated on this one, I am looking forward to seeing it done.....NICE WORK!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Joined: October 29th, 2009, 7:29 pm

August 31st, 2011, 1:05 pm #6

This is a model I've been working on for the past three months and represents a Russian ISU-152K. It is a post war version of the ISU-152 and I've been modelling it after the ones used by the Russians during the Hungarian uprising in 1956. There's a couple of well known picture's on Google images of these vehicles in the streets of Budapest.
I've had to scratch build numerous details to get it correct. I'm still not 100% done with it. I noticed I forgot the rubber mud flaps on the end of the fenders so those need to be added soon. Also, the split where the front fenders has it's hinges is still missing.

Please feel free to comment. I appreciate any input you may have.

Cheers,
Marcel Jussen












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Slight assembly, seems to me a spectacular model, I am anxious to see the painting, until soon.
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Joined: November 8th, 2003, 2:51 am

August 31st, 2011, 1:11 pm #7

This is a model I've been working on for the past three months and represents a Russian ISU-152K. It is a post war version of the ISU-152 and I've been modelling it after the ones used by the Russians during the Hungarian uprising in 1956. There's a couple of well known picture's on Google images of these vehicles in the streets of Budapest.
I've had to scratch build numerous details to get it correct. I'm still not 100% done with it. I noticed I forgot the rubber mud flaps on the end of the fenders so those need to be added soon. Also, the split where the front fenders has it's hinges is still missing.

Please feel free to comment. I appreciate any input you may have.

Cheers,
Marcel Jussen












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Model looks fantastic. I am really impressed by the cupola and hatches. Those look great. Shame to paint it but it needs to be done. Look forward to seeing this one finished (almost). Again great job.

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Joined: September 9th, 2007, 2:57 pm

August 31st, 2011, 1:15 pm #8

This is a model I've been working on for the past three months and represents a Russian ISU-152K. It is a post war version of the ISU-152 and I've been modelling it after the ones used by the Russians during the Hungarian uprising in 1956. There's a couple of well known picture's on Google images of these vehicles in the streets of Budapest.
I've had to scratch build numerous details to get it correct. I'm still not 100% done with it. I noticed I forgot the rubber mud flaps on the end of the fenders so those need to be added soon. Also, the split where the front fenders has it's hinges is still missing.

Please feel free to comment. I appreciate any input you may have.

Cheers,
Marcel Jussen












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I always admire your works, because they are all very clean build and often extensive converted. Really nice subject!

Congratulations!

Cheers
Lars

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Joined: April 21st, 2005, 7:49 pm

August 31st, 2011, 1:38 pm #9

This is a model I've been working on for the past three months and represents a Russian ISU-152K. It is a post war version of the ISU-152 and I've been modelling it after the ones used by the Russians during the Hungarian uprising in 1956. There's a couple of well known picture's on Google images of these vehicles in the streets of Budapest.
I've had to scratch build numerous details to get it correct. I'm still not 100% done with it. I noticed I forgot the rubber mud flaps on the end of the fenders so those need to be added soon. Also, the split where the front fenders has it's hinges is still missing.

Please feel free to comment. I appreciate any input you may have.

Cheers,
Marcel Jussen












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Marcel.... Im curious, do you have a link to the pictures of these in Hungary 1956 as you noted? reason being, I am thinking if they used these in Hungary they more than likely used SU-100's as well. Just wondering if any of those pictures show SU-100 in use as well. The SU-100 I built is a post war type(square front fenders,no rear hatch)and I am looking at post war actions by the Soviets using these--particuarly Hungary. I see that they used the T-34/85,JS-3 and now I see they used the JSU-152K. If you have a link to the phots, I would sure like to see them.
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