|Step 1. Begin assembly by attaching the tracks to the hull of the Centurion.
Note: Each track has been keyed to correspond with a particular side of the hull; this aids in ensuring the correct orientation of the tracks when assembling the miniature.
|Below: The correct alignment for the left-hand side track.||Below: The correct alignment for the right-hand side track.||Below: The left-hand side track attached to the hull.|
|Tip: When referring to left or right-hand side in regards to a Flames Of War miniature, the orientation is determined as if looking at the vehicle from the rear.|
|Below: The right-hand side track attached to the hull.||Step 2. Next, attach the front mudguard to the front of each track.||Below: The left-hand side front mudguard attached to the track.|
|Below: The right-hand side front mudguard attached to the track.||Below: Both front mudguards successfully attached to the tracks.||Step 3. Next, attach the rear mudguards.|
|Note: The left-hand side rear muguards has a small cylinder on it.||Below: The right-hand side rear mudguard has a plane surface. See the examples below.|
|Below: Both rear mudguards successfully attached to the tracks.||Step 4. Next, attach the additional fuel tank to the rear of the hull.|
|Step 5. Attach the main gun to the front of the turret.||Step 6. Next, attach the turret stowage rack to the rear of the turret.|
|Step 7. Attach the loader’s hatch to the top of the turret.||Step 8. Attach the commander’s cupola to the top of the turret.|
|Step 9. Attach the .30 cal AA MG to the mount on the cupola.||Below: The fully-assembled Centurion ready for the painting table.|
|Adding A Tank Commander|
|Step 1. Replaced the closed commander’s cupola with the open cupola.||Step 2. Add a tank commander figure to the open cupola.||Tip: The .30 cal AA MG will need to be attached on a slightly different angle with a tank commander.||Below: The fully-assembled Centurion Mark 5 complete with tank commander.|
|ANZAC Vehicle Painting Guide|