finished panzer 111 pics

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Nick Farrugia
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panzer 111pics

Post by Nick Farrugia » Fri Apr 30, 2010 6:56 pm

Hi to you all ,heres a few more pics from last sundays outing.
wether has been great and i have been lucky to get out on some great mornings and had some good fun.
best wishes nickImage
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Post by Sarah Frazer » Fri Apr 30, 2010 7:38 pm

Hi Nick,

The tank looks great, very envious that you have it finished and able to take it out for a play.

Regards,

Sarah
'I reject your reality and substitute my own'

Nick Farrugia
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panzer 111pics

Post by Nick Farrugia » Fri Apr 30, 2010 8:24 pm

hello sarah
thanks for your coments im sure when you get yours running it will look even better with all the extra details you are adding .
best wishes
nick

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Latest vidio

Post by phil fitzpatrick » Sat May 01, 2010 12:08 pm

Welldone Nick that was another great vidio,you have got a lovely patch there,no wonder your Panzer crew are always smiling.
Cheers
Phil

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machinegun mods

Post by Nick Farrugia » Mon May 10, 2010 8:19 am

Hi to everybody
havent been out with the tank over the weekend ,so no new pics . I thought
i would show you a modification i have done to the hull machinegun.
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It works off the motor onto a pulley wheel driven by a rubber O ring
when the motor turns it turns the wheel whitch pulls and pushes a rod that
has been atached to the rear end of the machinegun ,thus making the gun go
from left to right.I did it this way so there isnt any extra motors or servos
or channels used,it works very well and it moves automaticly when ever you
move the turret .The gun sound is operated as normal with turret moving or not.This may not be to everybodys liking ,but i have found it very good.
Hope this is of interest to some of you it is very easy to set up.
best wishes nick

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panzer 111 video

Post by Nick Farrugia » Sun May 30, 2010 3:27 pm

Hello to all
havent had mutch time to go out with the tank latley so ive put together another video together from a previous outing .I have been trying diferent
formats on the video camera so that the tank doesnt look odd in shape
i dont know if it s my computer .So any feed back will be mutch appreciated
best wishes nickImageThe video was taken in wide screen and then changed to standard when i copied it to the computer i think it has lost
some of the picture quality
regards nick

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Post by Jeffrey Goff » Sun May 30, 2010 5:21 pm

Hi Nick, that's a great running ground, your Panzer looks at home there, and performed faultlessly, even though the terrain was quite harsh, well done
regards
Jeff

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panzer 111 video

Post by Nick Farrugia » Sun May 30, 2010 6:59 pm

Hi jeff
thanks for your input , mutch appreciated .I dont know how long
i have got on this paticulare running ground before the dreded bulldozers
get here and i dont think one pz111 can hold them back ,so i think a tactical
withdrawl will be nessesary.
best wishes
nick
oh yeah i realy like what you did with your tracks
it has made a huge differance, very nice.

nick

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Post by Mike Kasputis » Mon May 31, 2010 4:01 am

WOW very impressive, excellent video. Your Pz III looks good, the camo looks great and blends in well with the area.
Your heart had to skip a few beats going up that hill about a minute into the video, nice save.

Nick Farrugia
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panzer 111 video

Post by Nick Farrugia » Mon May 31, 2010 8:30 am

Hello mike
glad you liked the video,your right about the heart skipping a beat.
I wasnt driving ,so my dad gets the blame and the credit for that.
If you ever wont something tested to the max then he,s your man
but it plays havoc with the nerves.
best wishes
nick

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panzer 111 video

Post by Nick Farrugia » Sat Jun 19, 2010 9:49 am

Hello to you all
here,s another short video ive done hope you enjoy it.I was on my own so had to drive and film ,still enjoying the experiance of this tank ,in this scale they they look fantastic. Best wishes nickImage

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Post by Adrian Harris » Sat Jun 19, 2010 11:27 am

That's a great substitute you have there for Tunisia :D

Adrian.

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Post by Nick Farrugia » Sat Jun 19, 2010 8:09 pm

Hi adrian
i dont know how long my little patch of Tunisia is going to last
the bulldozers are trying to out flank me on one side :x and on the other
side the ground has been seeded with dog mines :shock:

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Post by Adrian Harris » Sat Jun 19, 2010 9:08 pm

Eeeuuuwww :evil: :evil:

It would be a shame to run over one of them with such a beautiful tank.

Adrian.

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Post by phil fitzpatrick » Mon Jun 21, 2010 10:46 am

Hi Nick
Another Great vidio to your collection
You will have to train your Dad on the camera Job so you get more driving

I'm thinking of re land scaping my garden to look like your Tunisia.

I dont have trouble with dog mines

I have Fox mines and Pigeon anti personel mines

Cheers Phil

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