M4A1 Sherman

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The Tank that helped the Allies push back the Germans in World War 2. Not as strong as the German tanks, but what it lacked in power, made-up in numbers. And in the hands of a great General like Patton, it was a mighty sword.

This is a 1/35 scale Tamiya kit of the Early Version of the Sherman.

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Looking good.

One tip if I may. The upper left tail light is red all the others are dark as they are blackout lights.

I just found this out and now have repainted my two Shermans. :P

G

Edited by AgentG

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Very nice! And your photos are also top notch. Great work... :)

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Looking good.

One tip if I may. The upper left tail light is red all the others are dark as they are blackout lights.

I just found this out and now have repainted my two Shermans. ;)

G

Thank you for that information. I'll have to go back to my kit and corrected that. :)

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Very nice! And your photos are also top notch. Great work... ;)

Thanks. My photography classes that I took has come in handy. :)

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u build some nice tanks

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Thanks. My photography classes that I took has come in handy. :)

Love your back ground too.:)

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Hi Felix,I love your builds and your background.Your attention to detail is great!!!

I do have one comment,I think the finish on the tank should be more of a matt finish.A little to shiny for a tank.In the pics, there is a glare on the turret that would be a giveaway to a german tank.

Just my opinion.

Go to the Fine Scale site to see what I mean.

Thanks,George

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