Gaz 69

Work started on the Bronco Gaz 69.
The kit looks excellent, with abundance of detail. It does not leave any room for aftermarket stuff at all. I have never ever before put together kit as good as this one.
I discovered the error in the instruction manual- part F4. It should be turned 180 degree.

 Here the frame finished with the engine fitted.

Body, and wheels assembled. Seats, and doors also.
We've been having some hot weather recently, and soaking in the detergent was a must to get all the fingermarks off of the parts.

I smell glue again.

Almost a month ago my beautiful daughter Caroline was born, so understandably i didn't have much time for hobbies. Now i became custom to the father role, im finding the urge to work with plastic again.
I took few days off and went fishing to make my mind what i want to do with my modelling life.

I decided i haven't the time to work with difficult kits anymore, so from now on i'm ditching all outstanding models awaiting on the shelf of doom. Additionally i'm only concentrating on the easy kits i.e. the Tamiya, Bronco, or Hasegawa.

Continuing with that line of thinking i reached for the Bronco Gaz 69 M kit.

I will build the model as polish Milicja vehicle from the seventies using excellent decals from Toro.
Stay tuned