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AK47 15mm Unimog Truck


Unimog Truck
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17-15
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Suggested Retail Price
£4.50 GBP


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Personal logo Murphy Sponsoring Member of TMP writes:

Bill, That's not a very good paint job from a "professional paint" service….I'm a glorified amateur and I think I could've done a better job than that…
The patch does look cartoonish…if you would like I'll send you some pics of my Peter Pig Unimogs done in Bongolesian National Camouflage…


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I'm working on putting together two AK47 (Peter Pig) Modern African armies together - and to speed things along, I'm painting one army myself, and having the other painted by Fernando Painters.

Even though I gave myself quite a head-start, the professional painters from Sri Lanka have already finished their painting task, and I am sorting through the boxes and bags they have sent me, basing figures, etc.

Here are the painting instructions I provided:

1 x Pack 17-15: Unimog Truck

Vehicle interior and exterior: Soviet green (faded)
Tires: grey (worn)
Canvas top: green, patched, dirty

And here is the completed truck:

Unimog truck
Unimog truck
Unimog truck
Unimog truck
Unimog truck

I'll mount this fellow on a metal base (for ease of storage and transport), and he's ready to go. I might touch up around the hubcap on the right front tire, and maybe I should paint the headlamps...?