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Images created during 2018 Moson Model Show at the iModeler booth.
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Craig Abrahamson said on May 16, 2018
Stunning build. sir….any background on the kit would be welcome (as are you).
Thomas Slopianka said on May 16, 2018
Thank you for your praise.
I am very happy that you like my model.
My name is Thomas Slopianka.
George Johnson said on May 16, 2018
What a fantastic subject. You did an amazing job on it. Did this beast actually exist?
Rob Pollock said on May 16, 2018
Really great model. Congratulations!
Greg Kittinger said on May 16, 2018
Great looking piece of armor! I’ve never seen a twin flak gun like this – I’m also curious if it really existed. (of course – I’m not an armor guy…!)
Boris Rakic said on May 16, 2018
Greg, this Flak really did exist – the combination with the E-100 not so much. Amongst other uses, they were placed on the “Flaktürme” (Flak towers), huge concrete structures built in Vienna, Berlin and Hamburg.
Here in Vienna they could not quite figure out how to get rid of these towers, so they are still standing today – one of them housing a maritime zoo 😀
Jeff Bailey said on May 18, 2018
VERY interesting history, Boris!
Richard Mcstay said on May 16, 2018
Stunning build! That looks like a mean gun!
paul teixeira said on May 16, 2018
really nice model of a very unique subject matter. Excellent attention to details.
VERY interesting subject, Thomas. Your build is excellent and VERY well done. I was wondering which chassis it was installed on, but then I saw it in the title. Quite a beast of a machine, had the E-100 progressed past the experimental stage and gone into production. They certainly liked BIG machines! If one 12.8cm gun is good, then TWO together would be better! Zwillinge!
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Thomas Slopianka said on May 24, 2018
Thank you for the praise and the friendly reception.
I will certainly build more models of this kind.
david leigh-smith said on May 24, 2018
Thanks for sharing this, Thomas. It’s a beautifully clean build.
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