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Tamiya Walker Bulldog Tank

Discussion in 'Modelling' started by Half Track, Feb 10, 2022.

  1. Half Track

    Half Track Well-Known Member

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    Just finished 12:00 midnight 2/11/2022. Not a bad tank, but unless I made a mistake, I think the tracks should have been just a wee bit longer to fit better over the wheels. Tamiya quality is good, 95% fit. Perhaps a bit too much rust on the mufflers? Guess I won’t mess with it anyway. It supposedly came out of the box in Olive Drab but I used a can of Testors Olive Drab spray paint anyway. Sprayed before assembly, of course. Theses guys are leaving their weapons laying around. I chose not to use the three soldiers provided, not into figures too much.
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    I always liked that tank for some reason. I built the same Tamiya kit years ago, a nice kit.
     
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    Nice build. Rich A. in Pa.
     
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    Update, a view from the other side with the tank commander with a darker coat (I didn’t have tan) and an update to the Corsair. My next model will be the Tamiya 1:48 scale Corsair, which will take some time but should fit considerably better than the Revell.
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