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Revell's 1/24 scale
Krupp Titan

by Garry Powell


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This is Revell Germany's 1/24 Krupp Titan that I built a while back.

The chassis was detailed with over 230 nuts and bolts from a punch and die set and all the brake rods were remade from brass wire and plastic c beam sections.



The model was painted to represent a well maintained but in use truck, from the early fifties. Paints used are a mixture of Tamiya, Humbrol and what may be a first, the cab was painted with Xtracolour as they had the shade of grey I was looking for, and it is of course gloss.

The Chrome trim was all done with Bare Metal foil, which if applied carefully looks great for beadings etc on car/truck models.


The model took about 150 hours to complete due to the large number of sink and ejector pin marks, and I still didnít get them all, and the rebuilding of the brake system etc. overall I am very happy with the look and sit of the finished model and feel that it represents the subject well.



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Model, Text & Images Copyright 2004 by Garry Powell
Page Created 31 October, 2004
Last Updated 31 October, 2004

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