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Crawford Wilson

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Re: SU-76
« Reply #7 on: Sat 10/20/18 07:50 PM »
Nice work!

Bob S

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Re: SU-76
« Reply #6 on: Fri 09/07/18 07:25 PM »
Another museum quality build. Beautiful, David!

JonE

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Re: SU-76
« Reply #5 on: Thu 07/12/18 09:33 AM »
Always love your work. Never afraid to build anything or try new techniques. Then there are those who can't stop using a rattle can...

Bill L.

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Re: SU-76
« Reply #4 on: Tue 04/24/18 09:43 AM »
Where are the wings??

You faked me out... I saw 'SU' and thought Sukhoi  aircraft! LOL.

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Tony Leger

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Re: SU-76
« Reply #3 on: Tue 04/10/18 12:16 AM »
very nice

Ryan K

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Re: SU-76
« Reply #2 on: Sun 04/08/18 02:24 PM »
Looks good.

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SU-76
« Reply #1 on: Sun 04/08/18 12:12 PM »
This is Tamiya's offering of the SU-76. As you see it is a small kit, and like all Tamiya's products, well engineered for enjoyment. So there is no reason why it took 15 months to finish. The crew provided with the kit was a nice touch and bought life to the subject.

The build is mostly out of the box.

David S