By Rene J. Francillon
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The rear ones are not clearly shown in the book, and photographs of a museum survivor were required to obtain the approximate dimensions. After gluing the front extensions in place, the Tamiya final drive housings were added along with the drive sprockets. The return rollers are the late steel pattern and are from the Tristar Panzer IV Wheel Set, as are the late-style dampers. 024in. brass rod added to the back so they would fit into the DML kit mounts. Late Panzer IVs were also fitted with track pin pushers just in front of the idler wheels to push loose pins back into place.
A line lightly scribed in the bottom provided a guide to the correct depth. 080in. styrene strip to represent the staggered shrapnel shields on the original vehicle. The uniquely patterned Zimmerit and other small details were added to enhance the accuracy of the finished model. 080in. styrene strips were glued to the underside of the engine deck hatches, which served as shrapnel deflectors on the real hatch. The semicircular notches in the bottom edges of the engine deck ventilation louvres lining up with the cold-weather door hinges were added by cutting small ‘Vs’ into the plastic and enlarging them with a round needle file.
024in. diameter brass wire formed to shape over another small jig to produce uniform pieces. The turret side hatch stops in the Tamiya kit are poorly represented, so two were made from bits of styrene strip and rod and new ones cast in resin. The turret stowage bin was detailed around the top edge with a row of rivets shaved off an old Tamiya Panzer III fender. After the glue had dried, they were lightly sanded to smooth them off. The large recess in the bottom of the bin was filled with styrene strip and blended in with the curved back and bottom.
Dassault Mirage F1 by Rene J. Francillon