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Myggen's Crane Collection (Updated 04.01.21) Gottwald AMK 1000 Options · View
Myggen
Posted: Sunday, September 09, 2012 12:46:30 AM
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76. Grove TM 9120
Myggen
Posted: Sunday, September 09, 2012 12:47:01 AM
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77. Liebherr LTM 1025
Myggen
Posted: Sunday, September 09, 2012 12:47:50 AM
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78. Liebherr LTM 1200
Myggen
Posted: Sunday, September 09, 2012 12:50:30 AM
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79. Grove GMK 7550...Ready for repaint, it been like that for 1½ years now :/ laaaaazy me! wondering if i still remember how to put it togheter againTeeth
Myggen
Posted: Sunday, September 09, 2012 12:51:45 AM
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80. Chevrolet Silverado
Westernstar10
Posted: Sunday, September 09, 2012 2:45:04 AM
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Ford silverado????? Thought Chevy made those lol
Myggen
Posted: Sunday, September 09, 2012 4:59:28 AM
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Westernstar10 wrote:
Ford silverado????? Thought Chevy made those lol


Ups, fixed that, i must have confused it with my Ford F-650 Liar , thanks for the hint.

81. Ford F-650


Teeth
Paul R
Posted: Sunday, September 09, 2012 5:28:51 AM

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What do you have planned for the GMK7450? I also did the same, stripped it down and then took me forever to get around to painting it, but the end result turned out okay.

Paul R
Myggen
Posted: Sunday, September 09, 2012 8:22:29 AM
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Paul R wrote:
What do you have planned for the GMK7450? I also did the same, stripped it down and then took me forever to get around to painting it, but the end result turned out okay.

Paul R


I planned to paint it in the danish crane company BMS livery
Something like this:


They also do have one gmk 7450, but thats in yellow, they got it from another company they bought, and never repainted it Pic

...i planned Cool, lets see when i can put myself togheter to paint it
Myggen
Posted: Tuesday, October 16, 2012 4:49:38 AM
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Some of the last ones, i got more models since i took all these pictures, so i need to take pictures of those soon.

82. Volkswagen


Small trucks togheter.


83. Volvo FH12 (This is Joal)


1 of 11 shelf with models


2 and 3 of 11 shelf with models
Myggen
Posted: Friday, November 09, 2012 6:01:52 AM
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I havent got around to take pictures of the last models, and now i am waiting for some more with the mail, so i will take pictures when i have em all.

4 of 11 shelf with models:


5 and 6 of 11 shelf:


7, 8 and 9 of 11 shelf:


10 and 11 of 11 shelf:


7 shelfs:


Myggen
Posted: Monday, January 04, 2021 6:10:34 PM
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Holy...!!! 8 years ago i updated this, i guess its on time with some new contents

Well, story with this new crane i got, is that i really really wanted it since the age of 12, i had these technical datasheets of the crane, and i was like wooaaaaa!
So when i finished education as electrician not long ago, i thought i was gonna buy it from the first salary i got as fully educated....well, i waited untill christmas instead and got it for myself as present Teeth

So here is my new Gottwald AMK 1000!!! Cool Teeth

Some huge heavy boxes!


Thats just sick, a glass thing with the crane inside! (no idea what they are called...not even in my own language Teeth )



THE CRANE!!!



THE BOOM!!!


A little belly rubbing...uuhh, are you a sweet little crane, are you? rub rub rub.


Uhmm, erecti...the crane stands tall!


BROKEN PARTS!!!


Temporary position, untill i get some cnc cuttet parts


I am very heppy about this crane...shame with the broken parts tho, but those boom lock things are totally crap anyway, i wouldnt trust em on the long run, so i want some 45 mm x 2,2 mm pins to lock it in place instead.


Cya around
modelmaniac
Posted: Monday, January 04, 2021 8:03:11 PM

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The outriggers look very sturdy,are those threaded,like a bolt?Never seen the underneath.
Myggen
Posted: Monday, January 04, 2021 8:45:19 PM
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modelmaniac wrote:
The outriggers look very sturdy,are those threaded,like a bolt?Never seen the underneath.


Yes, they are pins, and they where NOT easy to put in the holes, because of the paint, i had to use force to press the outriggers in place to allign the holes, aarrgg that last 0,5 mm was annoying.
Paul R
Posted: Tuesday, January 05, 2021 6:54:54 AM

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It’s a beautiful model and I also waited several years for them.

Boom pin brackets are fragile but at least the part that breaks off isn’t a load bearing part. I just fixed mine back in place and it’s been fully boomed up for 3-4 years now.

Enjoy the model!

Paul R
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