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January 3, 2022 · in Armor · · 16 · 2.6K

I finished the kit made by .

The kit has a moderate number of parts, and there were no difficulties in assembling it.
This time, I added tank soldier figures and a camouflage net to the original kit, and removed some of the side skirts to finish it off.

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  1. Excellent result, Dagored @dagored
    The addition of the nets make it look very realistic.
    Weathering and painting is nice as well.

  2. Fantastic job, Dagored! Ditto John's @johnb comments!

  3. I like that very much !

  4. Absolutely convincing work! This is one of the best things I have ever seen; apart from the brilliant work on the vehicle, I think the characters are pure awesomeness, extremely true to life! Great photography, by the way!

  5. I’m not an armour guy but this is excellent work. Thank you for sharing!

  6. Superbly realistic, what a fantastic scale model! ? Great job weathering and a terrific looking crew! What's not to like?!? Not one thing that I can see, and I definitely "liked" this beauty! ?

    • This Chieftain is one of the kits I've been wanting to build for a long time, and I was finally able to show it off in a tangible form.

  7. Centurions and Chieftains are my favourite tanks and this is a great Chieftain.

    • From the Centurion to the Chieftain to the Challenger, the British vehicles are all fascinating. It was a pleasure to be able to bring them to life.

  8. Nice build mate. Love the weathering and nets!

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