Now for the Tasca 1/35th. Fire Fly V C
You’re on a roll with the great older builds.
And I have 36 more to go after this one
Thanks for posting this one Donald. I have the kit in my stash and am vwry interested in seeing the build.
36 more, so there is enough to see for the next time, I look forward for that✌
I like that idea of the foam in the suspension!
No you misunderstand that’s 36 more builds. There’s 62 mor Pics. in this Fire Fly build.
Now here’s some more.
Donald, how difficult is the assembly of this kit? Like typical Tamiya or Dragon or AFV Club etc?
I think it’s about the same as the kits you mentioned , just a little more detailed
Those headlight guards look great, but super glue won’t work? What did you use?
And were they easy to remove from the base?
They can be removed from their bases by scoring with a #11 exacto blade or realy fine saw just below the molded on weld bead.
I don’t remember what glue I used to fasten them on ,
Looks great! Really appreciate the tips on the track install. A+++
Donald, just curious on the track joining, do you think doing that on the sprocket would work with the Bronco tracks?
I’ve never done a set of individual link Sherman tracks and a lot silly questions. With many other pinned individual link tracks the sprocket works pretty well to line up the track pin holes and slide in the last pin.
Wade, it still four parts for two links but much easier to build, me thinks.
I agree. Panda Plastics are excellent track sets.
Thank you, Ryan…book marked for future reference.
I’m not shure if that would work for the Bronco track as the track pins aren’t individual they are glued to the end conectors and sandwiched between the tops and bottom parts (See pic #42)
Here’s the direct link to the track set.