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Jeff Bailey said on June 16, 2018
WoW! What an interesting vehicle. I’ve never seen one. That’s a lot of gun there!
Craig Abrahamson said on June 16, 2018
Jeff said exactly what I was thinking….! 🙂
paul teixeira said on June 16, 2018
I really like it! Unique subject dont think I have seen one before. Great paint and finish, especially your weathering of it. Love the jerry cans.
Jaime Carreon said on June 16, 2018
Ditto the interesting vehicle, and beautiful build. I, too, like the jerry cans, but the thought of what appears to be approximately 100 gallons (or the metric equivalent thereof) of gasoline between the crew and the bullets is not exactly a pleasant one! I guess some of those could carry water, though…
Matt Minnichsoffer said on June 16, 2018
David, I found out about this vehicle while reading Clive Cussler book and had to look it up. Had never heard of them previously. These Italian-made desert vehicles were a valuable addition to the Africa Corp. glad to see some built one and you did a masterful job.
David Polak said on June 17, 2018
Thank you very much guys. I also found this vehicle interesting and I like everything from North African campaign of WWII so it was an easy call. The kit from Italeri is nice but there were few traps that made the build bit tricky. I had to replace plenty of small parts but it was worth the time and effort. I am glad you like it.
Robert Royes said on June 17, 2018
A very interesting vehicle, excellent work!
Carmelo Rodrigo said on June 17, 2018
very successful chipping and a dusty feeling as well as wear and tear.
David Mills said on January 21, 2019
Lovely work David, the dusty tyres particularly.
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