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First chore on the Zvesda T-34/76 is drilling out the main gun and with that done, it’s time to start on the hull. There is actually very little construction involved. The headlight and antenna base are added as are the toolboxes. I’ll be leaving off the tow cables to paint separately. The exhausts must be … Continue reading Zvesda 1/72 Soviet Medium Tank T-34/76 Model 1943 (5001) Build Review
Introduction I recently built a 1/72 SU-85 kit by Russian kit-maker Zvesda. I thoroughly enjoyed that one, so I thought I’d try another offering by the same company, a Model 1943 version of the iconic T-34. Like the SU-85 this is a “Snap-Fit. No Glue Required” kit. I was originally put off these small Zvesda … Continue reading Zvesda 1/72 Soviet Medium Tank T-34/76 Model 1943 (5001) In-Box Review and History
It’s time to start the build of Zvesda’s 1/72 SU-85 and, given that this kit is “Snap together – no glue required” I obviously won’t be needing any glue. Except, that’s not quite how it turned out… The first job, as usual on most 1/72 kits, is drilling out the bore of the main gun. … Continue reading Zvesda 1/72 Soviet Tank Destroyer SU-85 (5062) Build Review
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