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PostSubject: DKM Type VIIc   Mon Jul 29 2013, 14:51

This Revell AG 72 scale kit was first released back in 1999 and was quickly followed by the U.S.Navy Gato class and the DKM Type VIIc/41, both of the VIIc kits are molded in a light blue plastic and measure almost a metre in length, the hull sides are all one piece but the deck in in three pieces, the model was built on consignment for entry in the 2010 Model Expo. All camouflage is from the Humbrol range of enamels and the weathering is a mix of Acrylics, Pastels, Chalks and the Tamiya Weathering Master sets.

It is an OOB build.






NOTE:- This is a large model and requires a shelf for both storage and display when finished.

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