1/35 Dragon “Bodo Spranz” StuG.III Auf.G early production

Hi all,

As written in the last post, I started building the StuG.III auf G. The kit starts with the wheels and suspension.

Dragon gives you a lot of work, many attachment point that need to be cleaned at all the wheels.

Next is the suspension, also very detailed.

On the last pictures I have dry fitted the wheels to see if it’s outlined correct.

Then the assembly guide calls out for the fenders. You have to put some tools and wires on the fenders. On the picture you don’t see the cables and pe parts, because I will attach them later as the knock off very easy.

The lower hull is almost completed, tracks and the fiddly parts will be attached at a later moment.

Next is the turret. It start with the command hatch. I think I will leave the hatch open because Dragon has supplied a part of the interior. The vision ports are made from clear plastic. I will leave them out of the hatch after painting.

Next is the main part of the upper hull.

The parts are still not glued because I want to be sure that I can reached all parts when I start painting the model.

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Next project 2 busts or AFV T34/12 1942


after a long period I will start something new. I had a new workroom in our new house but that one was not what I would want it to be so we decided to prepare the other room and now I’m more happy with the space. There is still more to do but my workbench is ready,

As I do like to participate in a GB because it motivates me more to finish a project I will start with participating in another GB.

But what to build, it’s has to subject that fits in Operation Citadel also known as the battle of Kursk.

I have two subjects left, the busts or the tank. But I’m not sure what I will do as I do have to finish the plane and have still some other projects on the go.

But after a new search into my stash I found another kit and I think I will start this one first.

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