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  1. Is this toy supposed to be an M-48 or M-60? Santa allegedly has some nice modern armor 1/72 scale plastic models coming my way soon. Well, I was cleaning up the other day and found this M-48 (or is it an M-60 with extra idler wheels?) It was obviously given to my son about 20 years ago and he never touched it. Just to warm up my mediocre armor weathering painting skills, I got a $6.00 Testors non-toxic acrylic "military" paint set and went to work on this toy. BTW: My son likes what I did to it. Ha ha!! The basic shape of the thing is somewhat detailed! I wonder if some inventive person made molds of an assembled 1/35 scale model In order to mass produce this dollar store friction powered toy? I decided to make up my own desert camo scheme. This was just practice really...I am not really proud of the paint job. FWIW: That non-toxic paint is really good stuff...I believe I may have about the same number of brain cells as when I started!
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