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Over Jurjen Zuijdendorp (Jurjen)

Hi! My name is Jurjen Zuijdendorp from Groningen, Netherlands. I started building models when I was a kid and my main interest today is Soviet/Russian modern armour. I studied Human Geography and spatial planning and currently working as an assistent project manager at the spatial planning departmen...


Thats Bloody inspiring. I love the way you have captured the Russian Mountain Feel to it (excuse me if im wrong and have completly mislead myself) That ground work is amazing. Not to mention the tank itself. well done man.
MEI 26, 2007 - 05:21 AM
Very nice build and setting. The missile support mount on the rear deck is positioned incorrectly. It should be layed down forward on the deck. That is the firing position. It won't go up until you put the Travel/Operate switch on the drivers panel into the travel position. The small hatch just to the left of the round Air cleaner hatch should be tilted up. Hinge is towars the front of the vehicle and the opening is angled up towards the rear. It a beautiful model though.
JUN 02, 2007 - 05:27 AM
Hi Wayne! Doh!! Thanks por the pointer though but I think it is to late to correct. Please don't tell further! Jurjen
JUN 02, 2007 - 05:40 AM
Hi Jurjen Great model and fantastic groundwork. I have this kit in my stash, so if nothing else I can use the comments from Wayne on my model. Thanks for sharing
JUN 04, 2007 - 10:02 PM
Your welcome, I do have to apologize for one mistake. Thats what I get for answering when I was away for a bit, and brain cramps. The rear missle support mount falls towards the back. You pull a small "D" ring on the right side bottom of the mount towards the rear to release it, along with the other switch. Need any more info, I'll do my best to answer. You get to learn lots when you operate, maintain (electronics), sand, prime and paint a real one. Wayne
JUN 11, 2007 - 09:37 AM