Sarg Hi, A very fine file or a fine sheet of wet and dry paper rubbed gently over the Air cleaner seams will make them disappear and after you have applied paint you won't notice them,
If you go to ---http://www.aber.net.pl
Click on "Catalogue"
Look at the side panel and click on 1/16 and Military Vehicles,
As you scroll down you are looking for "16031",
These are photo etch Feifal air cleaner tubes for the Tiger 1 (Early),
People new to photo-etch tend to run in the opposite direction but this is easy,
It is a sheet that is ribbed along its length and you simply wrap it firmly around the shiny plastic air cleaner hose, And as you wrap it round the hose it will assume the multi-sided shape that the original pipe had,
If you put a pen or pencil inside the tube as you wrap the tube with photo-etch it stops the tube bending.
I do not use the hose end photo-etch parts, a bit too fiddly as far as I am concerned
Then run a line of superglue along the seam,
Once it is dry place it seam side down so it cannot be seen,
It takes paint well and you have a pair of proper looking Aircleaner pipes that take less than ten minutes to make.