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The best engineered armor kit I ever built.
Dragon's M4 sits on top of the trailer.
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Tom Cleaver said on August 24, 2022
Something happened to your photos Rafi.
Rafi Ben-Shahar said on August 24, 2022
Thank you Tom
The site rejected my upload
Spiros Pendedekas said on August 24, 2022
A superb result, Rafi, looking utterly realistic!
Thank you Spiros
John vd Biggelaar said on August 24, 2022
Looks excellent, Rafi @blackmopane
Very realistic indeed.
Thank you John
neil foster said on August 24, 2022
Great work on this Rafi .
Thank you Neil
That is a great kit. You've gotten a really good result.
Thank you Tom
Would you also?
Eric Berg said on August 25, 2022
That looks tremendous, Rafi. Great work.
About ten years ago I actually saw a restored Dragon Wagon up close and personal in somebody’s private armor collection. Talk about taking up garage space!
Rafi Ben-Shahar said on August 25, 2022
Thank you Eric,
Videos of these privately owned monsters in the field helped with the weathering of the model
George Williams said on August 25, 2022
What a monster, very impressive. According to Chinese mythology a dragon is confident and idealistic, and is a symbol of luck, virtue, peace, and long life. He will do everything to make his dreams come true. A dragon is also passionate, brave, and generous. A fair description of this vehicle do you think?
The reason I built it was because the model like the real beast has a lot of character, so I go along.
David Kight said on August 25, 2022
I got one when they came out after making a road trip with friends to the Hobby Town in Columbus GA. I built it. the shelf collapsed and it busted up into small pieces. I found one with some Eduard PE sheets to go along with it on eBay and snagged it. Now I'm thinking of taking another crack at it because of the standup job you've done on yours...
So nice to hear that David
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