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Monday, April 16th 2007, 4:31pm

Austin Putilow 1:25 GPM (Finished)

Starting a new vehicle today.
This is the Russian armoured car that looks so strange that it becomes kind of nice :)

The kit contains 4 pages of drawings and 8 pages of parts.
The amount of parts are 519.

The kit.


Some history ans the first page of drawings


Parts and some more instructions.


I hope this will be a pleasant build :)
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Monday, April 16th 2007, 10:25pm

RE: Austin Putilow 1:25 GPM

Hi Johnny,

I am looking forward to your experiences, this vehicle is on my to-build-list as well (kit rests on the shelf, currently).
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Tuesday, April 17th 2007, 9:34am

RE: Austin Putilow 1:25 GPM

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...this vehicle is on my to-build-list as well (kit rests on the shelf, currently).

Same as me :) The vehicle and the kit looks good but don't believe the parts count! If I got it well, it has 777 parts, many of them for the wheels...

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Tuesday, April 17th 2007, 9:39am

The parts count might be wrong from my side :)
I just reffered what said on the Moduni page.

The wheels are a bit tricky on this one, and can easily end up in a mess.....
It's the spokes made of the a bit thick GPM paper that gives me a bit of nerves here :)
I tried to make a spoke yesterday and it was not easy to get that look good....
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Wednesday, April 18th 2007, 9:42am

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It's the spokes made of the a bit thick GPM paper that gives me a bit of nerves here :)

Precisely! I'd be unable to roll them without laminating the card :(

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Wednesday, April 18th 2007, 11:06am

Hello Rick!

The paper did not delaminate when I made the spoke.I softened the paper with some water first , and it came together....not very nice, but in a way :)

I will do a scan of the parts and print out on 80g paper and roll it against a 1mm rod to see if thats an option
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Wednesday, April 25th 2007, 5:41pm

So it starts...

The wheels......
I have started with the wheels.They seem a bit tricky with the spokes.
So I have been thinking of making some kind of jig to hold the pieces in place to maintain the hub in center.
Will come back to this when I'm there :)

Cutting out sides and some rings.
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Wednesday, April 25th 2007, 8:41pm

Hi Johnny,
Marco made a similar jig for his locomotive,maybe have a look at it:
Parowóz Ty-45 / Angraf Model / 1:25

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Tuesday, May 1st 2007, 1:06pm

Jan! I made a much more simpler jig....
Since my goal only was to have parts centered and in level so it didn't get twisted during the process.
Thanks for the link!

I had some minor troubles figuring how I should make the spokes.
The GPM paper is very thick and the spokeparts are very small, so trying to roll a cylinder with a diameter of 1,5mm was very tricky....I made two of that kind.
Next I did was to get a scan of the spokeparts, Thanks to Peter!! and print on 80g paper.Then I could roll the parts on a 1mm drill and get a nice round spoke :)

The wheels contains a lot of parts as we can see from the drawing.


To have the center hub stay in place I had to make some kind of jig to hold it steady and level with the outer rim while adding the spokes.

I attached a 4mm wooden rod to a 2mm karton sheet and draw a line for the outer rim so that the distance from center and out should be equal.

Here are all the spokes in place, and you might see the difference in some of the spokes.See this as a test wheel :)


Next is to put on some paint and dust....
The tiresides was also a new way for me to do wheels.
As we can see from the drawings the sides are built up of 3 parts.They are buttglued to each other.Two are coned and the outer lies level on top.

I'm satisfied with the result of that way to do it.
It seemed a bit tricky at first since the parts are thin and easy to deform.
So I just jumped into it :)

The top layer are built up of tiny pieces.


Still some left to put on but you get the picture of how it's done.
Thats all I managed today.....
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Wednesday, May 9th 2007, 11:35pm

Still working on wheels...
The second one is ready to have the "tire" mounted


First step is to cut out the ring that will be on the inner side of the tire.
Ring is glued to 0,5mm karton and cutted with the Olfa circle cutter.


The ring is glued in place and the two tiresides are ready to be cutted out.


The two coned parts are cutted and rolled to the right shape


The parts are glued in place


The top piece are cutted out and will be glued on top


The top ring in place


And I used some grinding paper to break the edges.The tire is now ready for the other side, the tire pattern and the paintbox :)
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Wednesday, May 9th 2007, 11:51pm

Another great series of photos Johnny.... :prost:

You have taken away any mystery on how to assemble the tires, and they are looking great.
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Thursday, May 10th 2007, 4:45am

Thanks Peter!!

Finished the rear wheels and axel.
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Thursday, May 17th 2007, 8:09pm

Working on the frame and suspension.
The pics got really poor....didn't have my digicam so I had to use my phone...

The drive line is finished,not glued together yet to the drive shaft and rear axel.


The two rear suspensions are ready for mounting on the axel.
The exhaust is done and glued to the engine.
Frame is completed.
Now I'm working on the front suspension and axel,
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Friday, May 18th 2007, 12:54pm

Hi Johnny,

very nice build and pics, we all can learn a lot from you.

=D> =D> =D>

by the way, how do you cut out rings and circles? Do you use any kind of ring cutter?

Cheers,

Bernhard

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Friday, May 18th 2007, 2:12pm

Hello Bernhard!!
Thanks for your nice words!

I use the olfa circle cutter for the complete round parts.
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Friday, May 25th 2007, 1:58am

Attatched the rear axel to the leafsprings and frame.




The manifold


Exhaust tank


The radiator


Will now start working on the front suspension,steering and the rear brake system.
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Saturday, May 26th 2007, 12:41am

Finished the front suspension and the left rear brake system.




And an Euro shot....
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Saturday, May 26th 2007, 7:28pm

Finished the rear brake system and the two hooks.


Next is to finish the two front wheels.
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Monday, May 28th 2007, 12:56am

The frame is finished!!

Right side and a front wheel


Front with radiator and suspension and the other wheel


The underside and steering


Steering with flash and another overview


I think it came out pretty good! Did I mention the wheels??
Ok ok I just have to say I'm very pleased with the wheels!!

Now off to the inside....
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Monday, May 28th 2007, 9:59am

Great wheels, Josve :) The same can be said about what is in between :D
If I know the kit well, the 'black part' of it is almost finished :)

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Monday, May 28th 2007, 8:25pm

Thanks Rick!!


Made one of the gun turrets today.

The gun


Turret under construction


And the finished one


I have also started on the interior.


There will be a brake for almost 3 weeks now since I have some time off work :)
I will then be working more intensely on the Greif!!
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Wednesday, June 20th 2007, 4:26am

The two turrets are done.


The rear part of the hull is mostly done.




Turrets in place


The inside getting some details now and then....


The hull placed onto the frame to get the overall view.
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Saturday, June 23rd 2007, 12:09pm

The front end :)



A closeup of some of the nice weathering on this one.


The front end placed on the frame


And the front end glued together with the rear end.
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Sunday, June 24th 2007, 12:47pm

Called in the crew!!

To finish up the vehicle I had to call on my crew :)
Very close to the finishing line now!
Just a few more details here and there.

Checking brakes and steering


This part goes here boss?


I'm checking the turret sir!!


Can you please tell Boris to give me a hand with the headlight boss!!
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Sunday, June 24th 2007, 1:09pm

Hallo Johnny,

this strange old thing turns out to become a real beauty!!! I like the pictures with the helping hands giving the car the last outfit.

Best regards,

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Sunday, June 24th 2007, 1:12pm

you dont build by yourself,your little crew did it for you!!!
=D>


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Sunday, June 24th 2007, 3:14pm

Austin Putilow Finished!!

The crew sent on holidays :)

Now here are the shots of the finished vehicle.
First some showroom shots.





Some closeups of the details here and there.






And at last.....some outdoor shots.






Hope you enjoyed the shots!!
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Sunday, June 24th 2007, 5:39pm

Another outstanding model!!!!!!! Wonderful job Johnny.... :prost:
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Sunday, June 24th 2007, 9:02pm

Thanks for yor kind words guys!!

My next model will be the Chi-he I think......
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Monday, June 25th 2007, 9:47am

Beautiful model Josve =D> =D> =D>
And great pictures, too @) @) @)

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Monday, June 25th 2007, 10:02am

Hallo Johnny,

Once again great model! If I am not mistaken, there are two models of the Chi-he and they are indeed different kits. The chains you can get from Draft.

Looking forward to seeing the Japanese tank!

Best regards,

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Monday, June 25th 2007, 11:56am

Thanks for your nice words guys!!

The Chi-ha I have is the one from Model-Hobby and I have the tracks for it :)
It looks like a very nice kit!
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Monday, June 25th 2007, 12:41pm

Indeed Johnny,

the kit from Model-Hobby looks better than the one from Maty Modelarz. However, you can build two different versions of the tank from those two kits...

Looking forward to seeing your report!

Matthias

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Monday, June 25th 2007, 12:53pm

My plan is to start the build tomorrow, I was just out in my hobby room and collected the items for the Chi-ha....to bring with me to work tomorrow.
Today it's just relaxing in the sun!!
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Monday, June 25th 2007, 5:38pm

great model as always! =D> =D>
this truck is really a "ugly beauty".....


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Tuesday, June 26th 2007, 9:07pm

Thanks Peter!!

The model is like the ugly duckling :) When it's finished it looks pretty sexy LOL
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