Centurion Part 5: I Return!

It’s been a busy couple of weeks and, although I have got some modelling done, I haven’t had time to post here – sorry about that. Anyway…

Another weekend slog with the 18,754 teeny tiny plastic and PE parts, mostly on the turret. You know, the ones that seem to all but disappear under the first coat of paint.

Next weekend will be building the ruddy great searchlight, then begins the weathering. Should be finished in 2 more weekends.

Kit is the excellent AFV Club 1/35 RAAC Centurion, with Eduard PE.

These tracks will be the end of me!

These tracks will be the end of me!

Let's get the turret basket full of 'stuff' from the spares box!

Let’s get the turret basket full of ‘stuff’ from the spares box!

Wheels on - starting to look like a tank.

Wheels on – starting to look like a tank.

Tool boxes and track cover thingies on.

Tool boxes and track cover thingies on.

Closing down yesterday evening - front hull work.

Closing down yesterday evening – front hull work.

Loads of fiddly bits added to the turret.

Loads of fiddly bits added to the turret.

Which mostly disappear under the paint. *sigh*

Which mostly disappear under the paint. *sigh*

Part 1 That Bl***y Working Suspension!
Part 2 Long Weekend Progress
Part 3 You Have Got to be Jesting Me!
Part 4 Slow and Fiddly Progress

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