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    For TABLE OF CONTENTS of all images in this thread please see Page 20


    What's featured on this Page 7....






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    Norev Mazda 6 (2007) 1/43 (Crystal White Pearl Mica) (Atenza 1/43)


























    Model: Mazda 6 Second Generation from 2007 - 2012
    Body style: 4-door saloon
    Engine: 1,999 cc
    Horsepower: 149 bhp
    Transmission: 5-speed (A) activematic
    Wheelbase: 2,725 mm
    Length: 4,735 mm
    Width: 1,795 mm
    Height: 1,440 mm
    Kerb Weight: 1,407 kg
    Acceleration 0-100 kmh: 9.9 sec




    The Mazda 6 or also known as the Mazda Atenza in China and Japan is a large family car produced by the Japanese car manufacturer Mazda since 2002. The Mazda6 second generation (this model) made its premiere at the 2007 Frankfurt Auto Show in September. This model of the Mazda 6 was awarded 2010 Family Car of the Year by What Car? magazine.
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    I like the car shots, looks like a car advertisement

  3. #103

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    Quote Originally Posted by nedy77 View Post
    I like the car shots, looks like a car advertisement
    Glad u enjoy it




    Below is the king of the road - meant to be chauffeured - not driven Mercedes S-class





    Mercedes-Benz S-Class S500 (2006) 1/43 (Black) - Dealer Edition



















    Model: Mercedes-Benz S-Class S500
    Body style: 4-door luxury saloon
    Engine: 5,461 cc
    Horsepower: 388 bhp
    Transmission: 7G-Tronic Plus (A)
    Wheelbase: 3,165 mm
    Length: 5,076 mm
    Width: 1,871 mm
    Height: 1,473 mm
    Kerb Weight: 1,940 kg
    Acceleration 0-100 kmh: 5.4 sec



    The Mercedes-Benz S-Class is a series of flagship vehicles produced by the German automaker Mercedes-Benz (a division of German company Daimler AG) since 1972. The Fifth generation W221 (2006–2013) (this model) was introduced in the autumn of 2005 at the Frankfurt International Motor Show.
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    These are Dragon Armor diecast tanks. Small and easy to store and the paintwork is simply fantastic for such miniatures and is historically correct too.

    Pre WW2 tank of Germany in 1930 's . None of this tank exists today as they were all scrapped


    Dragon Armor - Neubau-Fahrzeung Nr.3-5, Versuchsfahrzeuge, Germany 1940 (Dragon Armor 60597)
























    Neubau-Fahrzeung Nr.3-5, Versuchsfahrzeuge, Germany 1940 - Germany’s first attempts at creating a heavy tank commenced in the early 1930s with a design known as the Neubaufahrzeug (“New Construction Vehicle”). It was not a success, however. Slow-moving and boasting multiple turrets, it was ill equipped for the type of rapid, mobile warfare that Blitzkrieg tactics required. For this reason, only five Neubau-Fahrzeug heavy tanks were ever built, the first two of which were prototypes. However, the three 25.8-ton series-production tanks (Numbers 3-5) that had been manufactured in 1935-36 participated in the 1940 invasion of Norway. They were deployed within a specially formed Panzerabteilung called Pz.Abt.z.b.V.40, but this was the extent of their wartime combat involvement. Their armament included a 7.5cm KwK L/24 main gun, 3.7cm KwK L/45 cannon and two 7.92mm machine guns.

    This tank is impressive with its early-war camouflage color of panzer gray (dunkelgrau). The camouflage scheme is enhanced with white balkenkreuze markings as well as a distinctive number ‘10’ on the rear of the main turret.


    Weight - 23.41 tonnes
    Length - 6.60 m
    Width - 2.19 m
    Height - 2.19 m
    Crew - 6
    Armour - 13-20 mm
    Main Armament - 75 mm KwK L/24 and secondary 37 mm KwK L/45
    Operational Range - 120 km
    Speed - 25 km/h (on road)






    Japanese tank used in MALAYA and Fortress SINGAPORE. Must had been very uncomfortable for the crews in one of these in the tropics humidity and hot sun.


    Dragon Armor - IJA Type 97 "Chi-Ha" Early Production, Co.3, 1st Tank Regiment, Malaya 1941 (Dragon Armor 60429)







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    IJA Type 97 "Chi-Ha" Early Production, Co.3, 1st Tank Regiment, Malaya 1941 - The Type 97 was Japan’s most widely produced medium tank of WWII. Boasting a 57mm main gun and two Type 97 machine guns, this tank was intended to serve as an up-scaled version of the Type 95 for infantry support. Armor protection was modest on this vehicle. A total of 2,123 Chi-Ha tanks were produced from 1938-43, most of which carried the low-velocity 57mm gun. The tank could move at a speed of 38km/h.

    One area where the Chi-Ha was deployed was Malaya from December 1941 through to the fall of Singapore in February 1942. Three Japanese tank regiments saw combat on the Malay peninsular as Japanese forces quickly moved south, and Dragon Armor’s model depicts a tank belonging to the 3rd Tank Company of the 1st Tank Regiment. This regiment had a total of 31 Type 97 tanks, as well as some lighter Type 95s during this campaign. As well as being an Early-Production version, what stands out most on this model is the colorful camouflage scheme consisting of three colors plus bright bands of yellow. Company-level tactical markings are painted onto the turret and hull too.


    Weight - 15.0 tonnes
    Length - 5.50 m
    Width - 2.34 m
    Height - 2.33 m
    Crew - 4
    Armour - 8–28 mm
    Main Armament - Type 97 57 mm Tank Gun
    Operational Range - 210 km
    Speed - 38 km/h







    Dragon Armor - Soviet Army Leningrad USSR, 1942, (T-34/76) (Dragon Armor 60474)


















    T-34/76 Mod. 1941, Leningrad 1942-43 - The T-34/76 Mod.1941 was one type of armored vehicle that the Red Army used to defend the city of Leningrad in the Baltic during the destructive siege by German forces of Army Group North. This grim blockade was to grind on for 872 days from 8 September 1941 onwards. This vehicle portrays one of the defenders of Leningrad in the 1942-42 period. Although the unit the tank belongs to hasn’t been identified, it carries a most distinctive camouflage scheme. The base green paint is over-painted in white bands and spots designed to help it blend into the background during winter fighting.


    Weight - 26.5 tonnes
    Length - 6.68 m gun forward
    Width - 3.00 m
    Height - 2.45 m
    Crew - 4
    Armour - Hull front 47 mm /60° (upper part)
    45 mm (1.8")/60° (lower part),
    Hull side 40 mm[3]/41°(upper part),
    Hull rear 45 mm,
    Hull top 20 mm,
    Hull bottom 15 mm,
    Turret front 60 mm,
    Turret side 52 mm/30°,
    Turret rear 30 mm,
    Turret top 16 mm
    Main Armament - 76.2 mm (3.00 in) F-34 tank gun
    Operational Range - 400 km
    Speed - 53 km/h




    Series next week will be going back to King and Country figures and vechicles. Quite a few pieces to shoot which should keep me busy....
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    A German Tank Commander - World War 2









    Below a Captured Russian Tank - re-Painted Grey color by Germans for their use

    Click to see high resolution image




    (click here to see the previous shot of the same Russian tank version here)

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    WS199 T34/76 (German Version) (King and Country WS199)



    Click to see high resolution image


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    WS159 Panzer Feldgendarme (King and Country WS159)





    "Like all branches of the German military the Panzers had their own Chained Dogs" or M.P.'s. This figure can be "policing" the front-line as well as rear areas or directing traffic or even on the lookout for deserters!"





    The large size image....












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    (intentionally Left Blank)DD146 "Austin Light Utility" (Normandy '44) (King and Country DD146)





    Here's a truck for a change apart from tanks... a AUSTIN "TILLY" UTILITY truck for transporting materials.


    B&W picture shows one just rolled out from factory, the STAR not painted yet


    Click to see high resolution image below









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    Logistic Truck -Austin Tilly

    Click to see the actual image size

    DD146 "Austin Light Utility" (Normandy '44) (King and Country DD146)














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    Been experimenting lately how to achieve best lighting for single figures to give more "depth".... getting there I think


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