Radio carbon dating techniques

This model was inspired in a small picture from the '70 decades.the picture was showing a Z750 model, perhaps a 1978 version, for the police, with the color and characteristics of the Japanese Police.From that moment on, my affair with which, I think is the best scale car kit ever produced, began.And here my comment: probably, you have seen better detailed kits, or even superb models limited editions.In the ‘70s with the surplus of T-34 chassis, surpassed by more modern tanks, they decided to mount the Soviet 100mm BS-3 gun...

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By Mario Covalski Improving the Dragon Schwimmwagen - 1/6 scale #75013 Being a car fan, everything that has wheels attracts my attention, nevertheless, the Kubelwagen’s amphibious sibling, went unnoticed by me for quite a long time.

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.

Anyway, I went on reading and learning about Shermans, mainly the Israeli versions, just to check the little I know and the great many variants that are nearly impossible to list. It was at a modelers meeting when he received a homage and the joke consisted of letting him know the arduous remodeling and restoration work he would have with this rusted Mustang.

I took advantage of my work and presented it in a contest that took place in Campinas city. By Mario Covalski Building the IDF M50 radio controled Sherman 1/16 scale Building the M50 in 1/16 scale is a project I have had in mind for many years, and after the M51s (from the article published in May 2012) I felt the need to continue with this one.

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