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By Mario Covalski Realistic wire wheels for 1/12 scale motorcycles One of the biggest challenges for a modeler who builds motorcycles in 1/12 scale, is to modify a wire wheel and make it look realistic; specially without having to buy an aftermarket kit.Anyway, there are no kits for this kind of modification (except for one of the Acu-stion for the Tamiya XV1600 kit), so it's not possible to get one.In spite that modelers use to skip or change the order in the instruction steps, I’ll build this kit as per instructions.By Patricio Delfosse Building the T-34/100 from a T34/85 & scratch 1/35 scale The T-34 is one of the vehicles with longer operative life.By Claudio Kalicinski Scratchbuilding the Nieuport 6H, 1/48 scale I decided to scratchbuild this plane after seeing the scale drawings by Mike Fletcher in his web site: The Nieuport Pages.I sent an E-mail to him and he kindly sent me pictures and larger resolution scale drawings.By Patricio Delfosse Detailing and weathering the JSU-122 Dragon #6013 1/35 scale This note aims at showing the corrections made from scratch, as well as pointing out the necessary modifications to include the Eduard's improvement set to the kit.Also, I focused on the painting aspects to get a weathered effect.

By Mario Covalski Building the M36B1 tank destroyer 1/16 scale R/C The M36B1 was a mix of the M36 Jackson turret with its 90mm cannon, that would be used later in the Pershing, and a M4A3 Sherman chassis.At that moment I realized that to speak about the Sherman, you have to know a lot about it, and that is almost impossible to build all the versions.On the other hand, I found that I didn’t feel comfortable building in 1/35 scale, so, I left the project aside. Bomfim Building rusted cars - VW 1966 - 1/24 scale It all started with a joke, I built a rusted Mustang GT 350 to make a gift to a friend who only builds Mustangs.By Mario Covalski Building the M4A1E8 Sherman IDF service RC scale My liking for the Sherman started 25 years ago when I built the first version of the Tamiya M4 RC kit.In 2007, I decided to build all the versions, at least the available kits.

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