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Paul R
Posted: Saturday, July 03, 2010 9:07:35 AM

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A couple more additions this week:

VW T5 Escort van in the livery of Knudsen











Mammoet MB Actros Titan 8x4 solo















Thanks for looking,

Paul R
Paul R
Posted: Saturday, July 10, 2010 7:29:09 AM

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Here is my latest addition from LTM:



















Gotta love those 10x4's Teeth I don't really have a load for this one as they specialise in transporting trams and things. But nonetheless it is a great looking model and perhaps nice to have one displayed in 'transport' mode for a change Wink

Paul R
Fabio
Posted: Friday, July 23, 2010 3:17:16 PM

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News from Nooteboom: in September 2010 will be alvaible a new model from Mega Windmill series: Scania Topline 8x4 coupled Mega Windmill Trailer in a traditional Nooteboom red paint.
gbarnewall
Posted: Friday, July 23, 2010 4:03:34 PM

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4 axle dolly.... which Felbermayr run,there goes the budget again!

Why is "phonetically" spelt with a "ph"?

... It's better to be silent and thought a fool, then to speak up and remove all doubt

The complex of Newgrange was originally built between c. 3100 and 2900 BC,[2] meaning that it's aproximately 5,000 years old. According to Carbon-14 dates,[3] it is more than 500 years older than the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt, and predates Stonehenge by about 1,000 years.

DeWoc19
Posted: Friday, July 23, 2010 4:41:06 PM

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saw a picture on Hansebube... looks to be a pretty nice model, to bad they arent releasing it in a livery right away.
Fabio
Posted: Saturday, July 31, 2010 5:44:01 PM

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Wsi introduce the Volvo Fh globetrotter XXL model.
The first edition is a 3 axle tractor in a demo version colour; in future Wsi will introduce several version from 4x2 up to 10x4.

http://www.wsi-models.com/en/news/newsitem/30
Randy-Mammoet
Posted: Sunday, August 01, 2010 9:15:37 AM

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The latest WSI additions in my collection are (within the last 3 months):

- MB Actros with Nooteboom 4-axle Multitrailer Mammoet
- MB Actros SLT Mammoet
- MB Actros with Faun HK70 Mammoet
- Scania with Estepe Trucktransporter Geurts Trucks
- VW Escort Van Mammoet 2 units
- MB Actros with Nooteboom 3-axle Multitrailer Mammoet/KR Isak Nilsen 2 units

Regards Randy
Fabio
Posted: Saturday, August 07, 2010 12:20:23 PM

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News:

- DAF XF with bolt on axle and telestep and wing in Norager livery;
- Iveco Stralis with telestep and wing in Norager livery;
- MAN TGA with bolt on axle and telestep and wing in Norager livery;
- VOLVO FH3 Gb XXL with add-on axle in Torben Rafn livery (only tractor).

Interesting?
Paul R
Posted: Saturday, August 07, 2010 12:24:38 PM

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Fabio wrote:
News:

- DAF XF with bolt on axle and telestep and wing in Norager livery;
- Iveco Stralis with telestep and wing in Norager livery;
- MAN TGA with bolt on axle and telestep and wing in Norager livery;
- VOLVO FH3 Gb XXL with add-on axle in Torben Rafn livery (only tractor).

Interesting?


Indeed! The TF looks great as with all the others.

Paul R
Paul R
Posted: Saturday, August 07, 2010 1:14:08 PM

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Had some nice models turn up this week Teeth

Prangl TGX 8x4 ballast truck















Hooyer Scania 6x2 with 4-axle Nooteboom stepframe



















Autaa Volvo 6x4 with 4-axle Nooteboom stepframe



















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Paul R
Posted: Saturday, August 07, 2010 1:52:31 PM

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MAN TGX 8x4 Bautrans with Nooteboom 4-axle Euro Lowloader and 2-axle inter-dolly

















MAN TGA 8x4 Cepelludu with 4-axle Nooteboom Euro Lowloader, 2-axle Interdolly and VW Transporter























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janh
Posted: Saturday, August 07, 2010 2:13:51 PM

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I really enjoy Your pictures,Paul! Applause

Unfortunately my wallet is not big enough to buy all these.Sad
I´m still waiting for the Scheuerle modules to come,before I´ll get my first WSI truck.

Nice load on the Hooyer Scania. Wink

One thing that is going through my mind for a quite a while now:
Would it be possible to build a complete windmill from the WSI loads?

Jan
GusO
Posted: Saturday, August 07, 2010 2:19:33 PM
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once again stunning camera work,the hooyer is fantastic looking
how many of the wsi models have you now paul ? you will have to line them all out in the sun one day i would love to see a group photo probally to big of a job or is it.
regards gus.
Paul R
Posted: Saturday, August 07, 2010 2:34:50 PM

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And finally the last two for today:

MB Actros Titan 8x4 Grohmann with Nooteboom 6-axle ballast trailer























MB Actros 6x4 with Nooteboom 3-axle Stepframe



















Thanks for looking,

Paul R
Paul R
Posted: Saturday, August 07, 2010 2:40:20 PM

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Thanks for compliments guys.

Jan - the Fendts look great. Just that little extra bit of detail makes all the difference! I am also looking forward to the Scheuerle modules. As for the windmill pieces, there are not yet enough to make a complete windmill as WSI have not done the hub piece.

Gus - I have about 90 HH rigs from WSI, not including the Mammoet ones. I would also love to have them all lined out one day, but not sure that will happen in the near future!

Paul R
bigcranes
Posted: Saturday, August 07, 2010 3:25:19 PM

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Fantastic camera work as always Paul, you will need to open a museam one day and charge a few sterling to view your collectionTeeth

I have to admit seeing these Grohmann pieces all over now is a bit disturbing since I ordered a "large set" from someone and paid in full up frontThink Whistle Whistle Alot of euros to come in last place.

Mark

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bigcranes
Posted: Saturday, August 07, 2010 3:29:13 PM

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Is the boom section on the Grohmann truck from the YCC LG1550 kit?? And I just looked at the Hooyer Scania, that is a stunning truck!

Mark

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Paul R
Posted: Saturday, August 07, 2010 3:41:05 PM

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bigcranes wrote:
Is the boom section on the Grohmann truck from the YCC LG1550 kit?? And I just looked at the Hooyer Scania, that is a stunning truck!

Mark


Hi Mark,
Yes the boom sections are from the LG1550 kit for the Grohmann Smile Hopefully tomorrow there will be a boom change.

The Hooyer is a really nice truck. Glad I got it but for some reason, the wife don't like it so much. Prefers the Cepelludu.

Paul R
Paul R
Posted: Friday, August 20, 2010 1:32:22 PM

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Latest addition is the Ascroft Scania from Premium Collectable Models. Looks real nice with the D10T as a load. It should really be a single shank ripper and I do have one but haven't had the chance to see about modifying it yet.























Thanks for looking,

Paul R
Paul R
Posted: Thursday, September 30, 2010 8:20:58 AM

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Couple more additions arrived this week:

Frank Norager DAF XF 6x4+1 with Nooteboom telestep and blade























Frank Norager Iveco Stralis 6x4 with Nooteboom telestep and blade





















Now just waiting on the 3rd one to make up the family Teeth

Paul R
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