bookAFV Modeller
Issue 6

Published bimonthly by AFV Modeller Ltd.
65 pages soft cover A4 format.

Issue 6 continues the excellent trend of previous issues, the contents are as follows:

It's Not easy being Green by Jean Baptiste Verlhac.
A six page feature on painting green vehicles, the article is illustrated with numerous photos of the authors T-60 plus other Russian vehicles.

Snow Leopard Sweden's Strv 122 by Anders Isaksson.
An 18 page feature on building the Strv 122 using the Tamiya Leopard 2A5 and HKCW Strv 122 resin conversion. The article has in-progress photos as well as numerous photos of the finished kit and crew figures. Tips on applying the Swedish can scheme are aslo included.

Panzerbeobachtungswagen IV by Tom Cockle
An interesting 11 page article on building this unusual version of the Panzer IV. Using the Tamiya Pz IV kit there are many photos of the additional detailing of the kit as well as the alterations to make a well detailed and finished model of this version.

Panzerbeobachtungswagen IV The History by Hilary Doyle and Tom Jentz, and photos contributed by Stefan deMeyer.
To supplement the model article we have this 3 page history of the vehicle with detailed text and WWII photos to give a good insight to the vehicle.

Xtreme detail M26 Pershing
4 pages of excellent colour close-up photos of the Pershing, just the thing for detailing the Tamiya kit.

Keeping Track - new releases
A brief 3 page rundown on new releases from ABER, and Archer Fine Transfers.

M26 Pershing by David Parker
In this 13 page feature, Dave shows how to add those little extra details to make the Tamiya model stand out. The article includes photos during construction as well as many good close ups of the finished model. This article along with the photos of the real thing will be a great help in building the kit.

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