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Fast job with a great kit, I'm happy to post my second entry this month.
Paint and weathering products from Ammo by Mig.
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Looks like a well-used workin' tractor - nice job on the detail(s).
Well done, indeed! great weathering job.
This is awesome. This is almost identical to the one we had on a small hobby farm during the '70s, right down to the color. All that's missing is a 3'x2' wooden box behind the seat: we used it to holds tools, gas and oil for cutting firewood
It couldn't look more REAL. When I saw it at the top of the page, I thought, "why put a real tractor at this site..." Seriously.
Incredible job of modeling, Bogdan.
Like Bob, I thought it was real. Excellent work!
Believe it or not, my grand mother had one that looked very similar to this when I was a child. However hers was a Ford 7N, and not a Massey Ferguson like yours is. They called them "red belly Fords". My Dad would take me for rides on it ... It brought back a lot of memories.
Yours looks extremely authentic ! Well done.
Beatifully weathered! Respect Bogdan!
Thank you all, again.
Beautifully done Bogdan - you could just about smell it!
I did alot of work on my grandad's farm in KY on a MF 135, and I can almost smell that wonderful turned-dirt aroma coming off your model! Very nicely done - takes me back to my childhood.
Nice Tractor! Now that is a nice unique kit. Superb job with paint and weathering. I would use this model in a cool country-side diorama.
Amazing job , these tractors lie dead and dying in corners of farmyards from one end of England to the other, great job.
A popular subject for this technique. Very nice.
Looks just like various out Fergies & Fords scattered around the heartland. Couldn’t look more real. I wish they made more farm tractor models.
Beautiful work. I am also planning a build on this subject matter. You have done a fantastic job. Congrats.
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