David grays Panzer 111 build

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Re: David grays Panzer 111 build

Post by David Gray » Thu Dec 08, 2011 8:32 pm

Finshed a lot of the rear , might make the tow bracket to replace the kit one if i can get hold of a radius tool for my lathe

next , fit the somke grenade rack and the mesh covers above the exhaustes

Dave :D

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Re: David grays Panzer 111 build

Post by Tim Bowman » Sat Dec 10, 2011 6:16 pm

Hi Dave

Excellent work as always. :) This will be another beauty in your collection. Thanks for sharing the progress for teh rest of us to enjoy.

Makes me wish I was building mine.

kindest regards
Tim
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Re: David grays Panzer 111 build

Post by David Gray » Sat Dec 10, 2011 8:49 pm

thanks Tim , im pleased with the results so far , i realy like this tank because there is so much detail to add on every
part of it , this will keep you busy Tim , can,t wait to see what you have to add when you start your build

regards Dave :D

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Re: David grays Panzer 111 build

Post by simon_manning » Sat Dec 10, 2011 9:25 pm

some great building going on here dave, as you say there's a lot you can add, and not to big, the standard on these panzer 111s builds is outstanding, regards simon. keep posting its superb to follow.

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Re: David grays Panzer 111 build

Post by Adrian Harris » Tue Feb 28, 2012 8:24 pm

Love the detail work David. :D

Any of those engine deck pictures could be of a full sized Panzer.

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Re: David grays Panzer 111 build

Post by David Gray » Tue Feb 28, 2012 9:06 pm

More work done to the rear, and the rear upper deck , fitted the smoke rack and made the 2 grills above the exhausts,
and added welds
made 40 of the small brackets to go under the the vent covers on the rear deck , also fitted Clive lockwoods exellent
hinges to the hatches
fitted Steve winstones supper tow rope brackets , these are really a great detail , together with Armorpax lifting lugs .
fitted the side air intakes after milling out some material from the cross pieces , and added welds
just waiting for Mike stanards intake grills and tow brackets to complete the rear.

Started work on the front upper sides , milled out for the vision hatches and cone nuts

Dave :D

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Re: David grays Panzer 111 build

Post by Tim Bowman » Wed Feb 29, 2012 3:17 am

Hi Dave

Always good to see your posts. Your Panzer III looks amazing. Excellent job on the detailing and overall finish. Love seeing it all in the primer grey.

kindest regards
Tim
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