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Old 14-10-2010, 09:05 PM
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Two new arrivals to the model fleet!
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Old 15-10-2010, 03:28 AM
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tidy work there, Modelman.....did you customise them yourself?
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Old 15-10-2010, 06:03 AM
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Very Nice Angus . Ian .
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tidy work there, Modelman.....did you customise them yourself?
No, neither the talent nor the steady hand!
Both commissioned by a well known collector and researcher.
The D11 is a heavily reworked Norscot unit and the scraper built to the original McAninch spec. Not sure whether McAninch still have any after their big downsizing and auction.
The Leighton 631 - not strictly for a UK collection but a liveried machine breaks up the sea of yellow in the cabinet!
Glad you like them.
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Modelman,whats the chance of an IH 100B/125B SERIES 2 being made by a model company or an IH 165?I'm not in to models but would buy either of the ones I mentiond.
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Modelman,whats the chance of an IH 100B/125B SERIES 2 being made by a model company or an IH 165?I'm not in to models but would buy either of the ones I mentiond.
......and I'm not in to IH stuff - may be too long eating dust on a TD14 in the 1960s! Think that ****** Henley - Kent Vintage Digger Models may do some.
My own collection is mainly Cat kit of the 1960/70 period with a bit of more modern "must have" stuff thrown in.
Not all models - just finishing restoring a 1969 Lambretta!
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Very nice kit there Angus, bit like these!!



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they are nice
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Hi Gavin84w how many spondulicks are we talkin for this type superb quality.
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Hi Gavin84w how many spondulicks are we talkin for this type superb quality.
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Bernie ,Bernie ,Bernie , You should know ,if you need to ask the question ,you can't afford it .

Gavin ,real nice Do you customize them to the company liverys. . Check Radishs threads out in Models ,for some bloody good detailing work . Greenie is a craftsman . Ian .
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