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This pair of 1:64 S Scale farm tanks are based on a number of types, but typically is a 550 gallon, used for water or chemical transportation and storage. In 'scale' terms they are each roughly 67 inches in diameter, with a 44 inch height. There is a small square strip that connects the two to help in printing, but is designed to be removed before final placement either on a vehicle or other setting. The 'divots' on the top of the tanks are used for keeping the straps in place when they are strapped down either to a base or on a flatbed for instance. I have offered it in the Frosted Detail, the Frosted Ultra Detail as well as the White flexible Polished material, the latter of which is the least expensive and I think the best pick for this project. By nature, these tanks have a grainy texture to them anyway, so they should only require some basic sanding. I also strongly suggest that the buyer clean the piece thoroughly first, then use auto body 'Filler Primer' for the first coat, then sand the primer and progress from that stage to the finish coats.