Well I am happy to say that after almost 2 years of working on this jeep, it is finally finished.
First off, I would like to thank 2 people.
Jeff, thank you for the inspiration for this build, I watched you build yours while I was debating about getting this kit. When I saw how yours was turning out, I knew I had to build one too.
Paul . . . What can I say, you pushed me when I wanted to quit. You provided me with so many accessories and so much help along the way. I would have never finished this without your help. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
Enough of that, onto the pictures.
I decided to make this a museum piece, so here it is with the M31C Pedestal and .50 cal that I started out with and a sign like a museum would put out.
All markings have been painted on using home-made stencils. The data plates and gauges are Paulís excellent set.
I still need to add the stenciling to the ammo boxes. I need to find some dry transfers to make them. I donít think I can cut out a stencil with lettering that small.
Here is the finished Jeep.
I forgot to take a picture of the glovebox open, so here is an older picture.
This one is for Paul. Thank you again.
This is my work space, all cleaned up and ready for the next project.
I donít know what is next, I keep looking at my stash and canít figure out what I want to build next. It will probably be a simple, small scale kit out of the box. I need a break before I tackle another project like this.
Thanks for looking.