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1/48 Tamiya Citroen Traction Luftwaffe staff car

Another wonderful Tamiya Vehicle build. Painted with Tamiya paints. I did some weathering with the Tamiya paints. Weathered with oil washes .

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Brian


10 responses to 1/48 Tamiya Citroen Traction Luftwaffe staff car

  1. Good finish, Brian, with fading and panel accents to liven up all that gray. These Tamiya 1/48 kits are very nice and go well with aircraft models in simple dioramas. What’s the plan for your Citroen?

  2. Cool , Traction Avant or front wheel drive And get away car of the FFI ( Forces Françaises de L’ Interieur ) in occupied France.
    A friend of mine had one. Lots of space inside.
    Thanks for showing

  3. Very nice paintwork for a realistic-looking result.

  4. Very nice Brian. I built the one that came with the Dewoitine D.520 kit.

  5. Let me echo all above Gents praising comments and congratulate you on your wonderful build, Brian!

  6. Very nice, working on one right now myself. Very nice work in adding interest to the overall gray. It really looks nice. I have to say, I love all the 1/48th Tamiya vehicles. They do so much to compliment aircraft displays, not to mention the armor and diorama possibilities they offer.

  7. Always great to see a 1/48 car here 🙂

  8. Nicely done! Didn’t Col. Klink drive around in one of these?

  9. I thought you might like this!
    With gasoline requisitioned by the Nazi’s . People had to get creative.
    My grandparent had a coal stove tied to the running boards! They gasified the coal to run The motor! Very common during the war. If you owned a car, that is. Not like today!

    1 attached image. Click to enlarge.

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