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Corricon's Workbench Window 2017
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Well tidy collection of vehicles,well tidy indeed.


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Well I managed to get the wheels fitted this afternoon to the Saladin, but the markings on the ARV will have to be another day!

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The Saladin looks great.

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The Saladin is looking very nice. I'm really enjoying all of these AFVs.


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Some progress today.
First off I flatted the decals on the QLR, added the wheels and their centres and also the roof ring:

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Next up I turned my attention to the Chieftain ARV. First off I added the decals, then touched in any paintwork and then lightly weathered it.
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and with a background:

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Some really good work here, really enjoyed going through this.

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What splendid work you are doing there.

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Some real Transports of delight! :-D

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The Mojo was in need of a boost today so a building day was in order, first off I hit this one:

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After about 3 hours the hull was mainly completed and I had also added the L & L tracks:

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At this point lunch was calling, so I had a break and after I decided to start this onel:

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By 4pm, around an hour later I had this:

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I have added a white metal hook to this one and will also be adding a closed version of the hook to the front too.
These have been a great remedy for my wavering Mojo.
Updates to follow, thanks for looking.

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You are a busy fellow! I ought to take a break from winged things and get back to ground vehicles myself.

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We'd all better be very nice to you, Corricon.

You've got your own armored corps!

Outstanding work and always a treat to see a new wheeled/tracked wonder!

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Two more nice vehicles.

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