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PostPosted: February 7th, 2018, 3:51 pm 
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Thanks splash

Interior painted up on the Zil now

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This is where we are at the moment

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Time to start bringing it all together

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Nicely done, Kit, that is shaping up very well.

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Hard to believe that Bradley is only 1/72.....a wee beezer, and convincingly clatty :-D

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Thanks Shaun and PT.

Having trouble with Postimage at the moment so no pics for now. Got to rush up North to see my parents now so quiet until Sunday night.

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Postimage back up so a quick update.

Cab dry fitted. On to the detail parts next

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and on to what some would consider an act of sacrilege. :twisted:

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Great Bradley, just finished one of those myself.
Thought you might be looking to mate the Zil with a guideline missile trailer. Had a go many moons myself at this but couldn’t quite make it work. Will watch with interest.

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Kitaholic wrote:
Postimage back up so a quick update.

Cab dry fitted. On to the detail parts next and on to what some would consider an act of sacrilege. :twisted:

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Noooooooooooooo

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splash wrote:
Kitaholic wrote:
Postimage back up so a quick update.

Cab dry fitted. On to the detail parts next and on to what some would consider an act of sacrilege. :twisted:

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Noooooooooooooo


Ohhhh Yesssssssss :twisted:

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What the ... I had to look back a few posts and work out what was going on ... and now need a stiff drink


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Oh yes indeedy, it's great to see a SAM-2 kit that someone is prepared to build rather than hoard. There are kit collectors out there who would have a fit - all the better, kits were produced for building not as an "investment" :grin:

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Oh yes indeedy, it's great to see a SAM-2 kit that someone is prepared to build rather than hoard. There are kit collectors out there who would have a fit - all the better, kits were produced for building not as an "investment" :grin:


There are currently 2 listed on eBay for $125 if anyone else is interested in buying one. Honestly, I had no idea the SAM-2 kit was such a holy grail. Can't wait to see it built!


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Nice! I agree with Corricon and thought that is what you would do also..... I have built two of those SAMs and with a little detailing they shape up nice, but that tractor is a little underwhelming. Your upgrade will look pretty sweet instead.

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Kitaholic wrote:
splash wrote:
Kitaholic wrote:
Postimage back up so a quick update.

Cab dry fitted. On to the detail parts next and on to what some would consider an act of sacrilege. :twisted:

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Noooooooooooooo


Ohhhh Yesssssssss :twisted:


Hat off to you mate 8-)

I'm going to make a special plinth for it to go on the SIG display table, with a placard reading "TO ALL KIT COLLECTORS-THIS IS WHAT YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO DO WITH THEM!".

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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@ Daz.......... :lol: :lol: :lol: I dare you

Thanks guys, just hope I do it justice

Back from up North now to find the central heating has decided to die. Think it's warmer outside at the moment :shock:

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Dazzled wrote:
Kitaholic wrote:
splash wrote:
Kitaholic wrote:
Postimage back up so a quick update.

Cab dry fitted. On to the detail parts next and on to what some would consider an act of sacrilege. :twisted:

Image

Noooooooooooooo


Ohhhh Yesssssssss :twisted:


Hat off to you mate 8-)

I'm going to make a special plinth for it to go on the SIG display table, with a placard reading "TO ALL KIT COLLECTORS-THIS IS WHAT YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO DO WITH THEM!".

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


:ha:
Go for it Kit, the only haters are 'Collectors' and Virgil 'Tiger' Cole :-D

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