This is a very old kit from Revell - it has far less detail then the Dragon one I've build together with it at the same time. The stowage you see above is form BlackDogCZ. You may have noticed I did use only 3-colour BDU (woodland and desert) and no ACU (digital camo pattern) camo for the stowage and kept the tankers in green overalls. I wanted the vehicles being universal purpose: from Desert Storm to Operation Iraqi Freedom. Normally that would have required to use the old "chocolate chip" 6-colour BDU, but I couldn't - as it would have been far outdated for Iraq after 2003.
The sister vehicle's left side. This is the better Dragon kit. Covered with stowage it really has the "Thunder Run" feeling to it.
Right side of the Revell Bradley. I will later add paper detail sets (of Water and Coke Bottle boxes) to the empty stowage bin.
Right side of the Dragon Bradley. The orange thing in the stowage bin is supposed to be a huge piece of cloth that would have been draped on top of the vehicle to show coalition aircraft that the tank is friendly - basicly to prevent friendly fire incidents (which in reality didn't work too well as there were quite a few).
The back of the Bradleys. I know - one has the wrong back hatch (the one of the M3 to be exactly). Cannot fix it anymore. I couldn't find out where the right one went to and therefore had to use the only available alternative.
Nice shot from the frontside. Note the lack of details on the Revell kit on the left.