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Tom Wise's Deutsches Afrikakorps
Assembling and Painting the Char B with Tom Wise
2nd Armored Division During Operation Cobra
21. Panzerdivision in Normandy
Tom Wise's Every Allied Tanker's Claim
Tom's Luftwaffe Felddivision
Tom's Painting Table
Tom's US 101st Airborne Division
Assembling the Sexton
First, insert the fighting compartment into the lower hull.
The fighting compartment in position.
The upper hull can now be attached to the upper hull.
The front glacis plate can be attached to the hull.
The rear plate and stowage rack can be attached at the rear.
While we're at the rear, we can attach the external water containers to the keys on the mudguards.
The water containers in their positions.
The communications cable reel can be glued to the engine deck.
The left and right side battery and auxiliary generator compartments, along with the stowage racks, can also be attached to the rear.
The rear engine deck all in place.
The tracks can be glued to the lower hull. These are keyed to help get the orientation correct.
Finally, we can attach the gun to its mount in the fighting compartment.
The gun mounted in place.
The completed Sexton, now ready to head to the painting booth!
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