Add on vehicle tools and more add-on details. Add on captain figure with grear uniform and gear details. Add on fancy accessories including boxes and more.
Brass eteched grill, turret storage, tiedown and more. Clear parts on periscopes and more.
Great details over all model. Brass photo-etch parts including grille, clasps and more. Excellent exterior features (great rivets, panel lines and appropriate weld beads). The upper hull with plenty of fine detail including weld marks, deck surface details and more.
The lower hull realistically reproduced features some nice details such as axles, rollers separate for good detail definition. High detailed turret and components including separately periscopes and on-vehicle equipment. Positionable crew hatches with pre-formed wire handles.The optional turned aluminum 105mm gun barrel with mantlet cover details. Detailed M2 machine gun mounted. 30 caliber machine guns on swing arm mounts. Centurion-styled stowage on sides of turret? Main spot light with detail. Individual track links exhibit great detail. Detailed road wheels with the rubber tire rings Detailed suspension with individual link track, each with separate guide horns.
Adding antenna, on vehicle tools, jerrycan and more. Buffing and polishing to remove mold seam. Base color with primer and putty for better surface detail. Airbrushed and painted with multicolor. Add clear paint for good finishing on decal applying.
Washing to enhance the surface detail increase the appearance of depth including panels, doors, hatches, rivets, bolt head and more. Dry brushing to emphasize and highlighting texture with edge for good wear, tear and fading. Multi-color filters for blend color effects.Adding nonglossy paint for better finishing. Great detail paint job on rust and paint chips off with scratches, worn and bare metal realistic simulating, flow rust and rain streaks effects, grease with staining appearing, engine smoking and muffler burned representing. Also smear and dirt with dust and real mud and more on real-life weathering. Final protective layer for long-term collection. During the 1973 Yom Kippur War, the Syrian Army attempted to overwhelm Israel`s northern defenses with a massive armor assault. The IDF decimated the Syrian armor and after the war, these tanks were recovered by the Israelis. Those tanks that didn`t suffer significant damage were repaired and pressed into service with rebuilt T-62s designated as Tiran 3. With a limited availability of spare parts and ammunition, 120 of the T-62 tanks were again rebuilt, replacing the engine, armament, and communications with US-made equivalents. These tanks, in turn, were designated as Tiran 6.