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M-163 A1 Vulcan

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Here's another one of my Armor Vehicles. I built this Italeri Kit back on 2006:

The M163 Vulcan Air Defense System (VADS) is a self-propelled anti-aircraft gun (SPAAG) that was used by the United States Army. The M168 gun is a variant of the General Dynamics 20 mm M61 Vulcan rotary cannon—the standard cannon in most US combat aircraft since the 1960s.

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The camo looks spot on. It looks like you sprayed the green, and brush pinted the brown and black. What colors did you use?

I like it.

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The camo looks spot on. It looks like you sprayed the green, and brush pinted the brown and black. What colors did you use?

I like it.

G

Yup, I sprayed the NATO Green and brushed the Nato Brown and Nato Black. All paints where from Tamiya. I had fun painting the camo. It's one of my favorite part of build military models. :D

Edited by TheCat

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I like it Felix. This vehicle and that camo was way before my time. Oh what fun I'd have had with that cannon. :rolleyes:

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It looks good, I like AA vehicles. From what I've read few have been very good at their intended role of shooting down aircraft, but they do look neat. I got a Sgt York, Gepard and ZSU-23 a few years ago but never got around to building them.

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WICKED i agree DD

Cat great work dude i love it

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Love it, very nice detail

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Looks armed and ready for Destruction! Great job on that especially for th accuracy of the paint job :( .

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