This is My M5A1 Stuart Light Tank, But as you can see, It's been modified since the last version. I didn't put a sky in the rest of the pictures because that would be too much work.
The decals are from a Tamiya 1:35th scale M4 Sherman model kit. Note the shovel on the fender, Half-effort wheel bogies and newly improved turret design. I did not copy Dan's Stuart, I made these modifications far before I ever saw his. However, It is similar to his...
The one problem with this model is that the rear wheels always bend out of shape and become crooked. Oh well, This design has it's ups and downs, I guess. Also note the radio antenna. This model was heavily based off of a Forces of Valor die-cast of the Stuart.
Here is the new vastly improved turret which took an entire day of messing with to make it look right. The track pieces on the side will be replaced with actual track links when I sort my lego collection.
Here you can see the custom .30 cal That I threw together in a few minutes.
Here is Sfzdk's Jeep Willys that I take no credit for. Instructions for the model can be found on his Brickshelf account. in the Jeep are my custom 101st Airborne troops. The weapons are Brickarms and the helmets are custom.
The tank commander has also improved! I really like his legs the best though...
The pockets... So rare...
An overview of the escort Moving through my war torn city. There is still more to come later, So as always, feel free to comment and thanks for looking.
Quoting Freela and BrickFan93
Really lovin' that tank, and the set behind it just adds to the overall impression.
Thanks! And thanks again for posting the tutorial on how to add invisible music players to stuff, Which I just did to this page, My profile, And a few other MOCs of mine. I really can't thank you enough for that.