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M3 lee Project 1/6th Scale

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  • Member since
    April 2005
Posted by armourguy on Friday, January 15, 2010 4:04 PM

Thanks Baron. The M3 is now on it tracks, and The tank is now 95% complete.





The DML and tripod were painted and weathered. For the ammo boxes the kit supplies you with a plastic rod to be used on the box hinges. These rods are very flimsy and a sewing pin was used in its place.







The copula's interior was painted and the copula gun was added.








Most of the tanks details and components have been painted and added. These would include the Antenna, head/ tail light lenses, MGs, Air filters, painting the fire extinguisher handles and the grease fittings red.














All that remains now are the fuel caps, and the tank's tools. The tank will then be complete  Big Smile !

  • Member since
    April 2005
Posted by armourguy on Monday, January 18, 2010 4:36 PM

The tank is now finished. I will now be creating the tank's gallery webpage. Once the webpage is complete, and the shop gets a good cleaning I will then start on my next project(s) ;).  



I have added the last of the parts to the tank including the pioneer tools, and the fuel caps.









I have also added the last of the M3 parts to the product line.


I have added the large suspension spanner wrench to the US AFV tool set.



The last parts that have been added are the resin Rivet heads. The heads come in two diameters the smaller 5/32nd which are used on the top deck, and the rear plate




and the larger 11/54th which are used for the tank's sides plates.



I took advantage of the good weather and I was able to get some pics of the M3 out doors.













I also made a rendition of a propaganda image that was taken in Fort Knox in 1940



  • Member since
    April 2005
Posted by armourguy on Saturday, January 23, 2010 6:53 PM

The tank's gallery webpage is complete. The webpage contains all of the construction and diorama pictures that were taken during the build.








With the M3 now out of the way I will be able to focus on my next project. I should have some progress to post on next week  Wink!

  • Member since
    October 2009
  • From: South Carolina
Posted by jetmodeler on Saturday, January 23, 2010 6:59 PM

Looks good. Where do you put them things when you are finished with them. You must have really big shelves.Big SmileBig Smile


  • Member since
    September 2006
  • From: Bethlehem PA
Posted by the Baron on Monday, January 25, 2010 11:36 AM

Wow, another excellent job!  Your eye for detail and your ingenuity are outstanding.

The bigger the government, the smaller the citizen.




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