Welcome to our Pictures Page!
Here we will add photos of our builds and maybe a link to the build thread. These are only some of the custom effects we can achieve for you. Enjoy your stay.
In the Below are some still shots taken from the months of rebuilding a Wecohe Jagdtiger. This kit is long out of production and the company is gone, but these kits were sort after for the amazing things they were. This tank originally was bought piece by piece not as an entire kit. This particular one was missing the motors and drive assemblies for the main gun elevation and traverse. These parts were all custom made and driven by micro motors. It also need a lot of work on all the details and a good paint job as you can see in some of the shots. It was missing the main gun travel lock which is now a working item on this beast of a tank destroyer. Also I installed a working headlamp, main gun flash, while retaining the Tamiya style recoil unit. The rear deck machine gun mount is hand made, as are the side skirts. In the lower hull it used the Tamiya King Tiger style track tensioning system which does not work, especially when running metal tracks that are this wide. So, with that in mind I took a set of Schumo parts and modified them and then machined all the needed parts to make a spring loaded tensioner system that does work. The stock transmissions were tossed as they were not in the best shape and in went a set of ETO Armor HD Transmissions. These transmissions will not strip gears, they will snap tracks. The best you can buy for sure. The front lower glacias plate was modified to look correct with weld marks and flame cuts added. Also custom made is the rear mount for the upper hull to screw onto the lower. I also added a set of metal exhaust and a smoke unit which is fan driven and super quiet. When all of this was completed an ElMod ECO system and Tamiya Speaker brought it to life. This tank has been around for quite a long time and I was happy to spend the many hours needed to return it to its former glory.
Below is Tiger 222 which I built starting with a Tamiya FO kit from the AAF Museum. It has many aftermarket parts, most of which can be purchased from www.etoarmour.com. This tank took a few months to build and was well worth the time and effort. There are many parts made of Photo-Etch, which I can also assemble for customer tanks.
This is Panther 415 prowling the