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3 mai 2009 7 03 /05 /mai /2009 23:48
Hello there,

It took me 10 days to finish the assembly of this giant beast. It is not really completed and I would need two evening session to track the terrestrial crusader.
Chance is on my team......the latest issue (N° 13) of the french historical military magazine "TNT" publish a very detailled article about the FCM 2C with some pictures I did not have. So with this helpfuly docmentations I had few home made details.
This model is heavy......600 g and 1.0 kg with the metal track.
I am still asking myself if I assemble the whole tracks or just the lower section (include the parts around the idler and drive wheels)  and let the upper section apart to make the painted job easier.

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I hope you enjoyed the pictures. Next add will be the tracks assembling.

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