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89cxsport
Posted: Thursday, April 23, 2009 3:42:08 PM

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Very nice Paul I really like the WSI models.

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Posted: Friday, April 24, 2009 5:28:42 AM

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that is a very nice line up.
stunning models
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Paul R
Posted: Sunday, April 26, 2009 3:11:02 PM

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Gaz wrote:
Amazing Paul, just stunning.

Do the windmill tranporters load fit together to make i wind turbine?

Going to get on of the windmill transporters for a big lift for the LG when it arrives.

Got to love that Ainscough ballast trailer.....it does look so good.

Gaz


Gaz,
Unfortunately they do not. Perhaps WSI missed a trick here?

Thanks for all the compliments everyone.

Paul R
Jazzdrummer27
Posted: Sunday, April 26, 2009 3:15:59 PM

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Was good to meet you in Bemmel Paul. We had the same idea - that the loads may form a complete tower. I have the Ter linden and Give models, with the Norager and Torben Rafn on order.

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Paul R
Posted: Sunday, April 26, 2009 4:12:20 PM

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Jazzdrummer27 wrote:
Was good to meet you in Bemmel Paul. We had the same idea - that the loads may form a complete tower. I have the Ter linden and Give models, with the Norager and Torben Rafn on order.

TIm


Likewise. And I hope we can do it again next year, if not sooner!

I think the Torben Rafn will be a great model and I am happy it is October before it is out as I need some time to save!

Paul R
Tommy
Posted: Sunday, April 26, 2009 5:34:08 PM

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Nice collection you have but you need to get that Ainscough trailer loaded or you will have Gaz offering to buy it from you Cool

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Gaz
Posted: Monday, April 27, 2009 3:30:39 AM

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Tommy wrote:
Nice collection you have but you need to get that Ainscough trailer loaded or you will have Gaz offering to buy it from you Cool


One step ahead of you burnsy boy! Teeth

Gaz
Paul R
Posted: Friday, May 22, 2009 1:37:26 PM

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Posted: Friday, May 22, 2009 1:57:00 PM

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Great looking model, I like the transformer load on it also

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Posted: Friday, May 22, 2009 3:03:50 PM
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very nice keep your eyes peeled there is a man due out soon.
Paul R
Posted: Sunday, May 24, 2009 10:13:32 AM

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Homer
Posted: Sunday, May 24, 2009 10:22:24 AM

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Ah you finally gave in and got the John O neill, i knew you wouldn't be able to resist Paul!!

Noel.

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EliMax
Posted: Sunday, May 24, 2009 11:03:16 AM

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I like the trucks you have shared with us. WSI makes some beautiful trucks, just no American rigs. PACCAR had to allow licensing to produce a DAF, so how about a KW or Pete's.

It would be nice if there was more manufacturers interested in doing North American style heavy haulage trucks in the different varieties and liveries. It seems there would be a market. Looking forward to the new Sword KW's.




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Paul R
Posted: Sunday, May 24, 2009 12:00:02 PM

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Homer wrote:
Ah you finally gave in and got the John O neill, i knew you wouldn't be able to resist Paul!!

Noel.


Yea, I know Think Didn't really plan on getting this but then after seeing so many pictures of it and people raving about it I decided to go for it. Glad I did as it is a real nice looking rig.

Paul R
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Posted: Sunday, May 24, 2009 1:34:56 PM

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Paul

I'm picking up my Ainscough and WoS at Gaydon in 3 weeks time. I think I've done the right thing getting the WoS - it looks really smart. I've got the Wagenborg TGX and Tekno Cadzow Scania in the post too.

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Paul R
Posted: Sunday, May 24, 2009 2:15:20 PM

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Jazzdrummer27 wrote:
Paul

I'm picking up my Ainscough and WoS at Gaydon in 3 weeks time. I think I've done the right thing getting the WoS - it looks really smart. I've got the Wagenborg TGX and Tekno Cadzow Scania in the post too.

Tim


Wagenborg is a great model for sure. The WoS was a bit of a surprise as it looks better in the flesh than the photos. It is certainly up there as one of my favourites - simple but effective.

Paul R
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Posted: Thursday, August 20, 2009 10:10:28 AM

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Here as another one that arrived this week, the Volvo FH in the livery of BKV:





















Another great model from WSI!

Paul R
Homer
Posted: Thursday, August 20, 2009 10:27:12 AM

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Glad to see you found one paul Wink Theres a lot of nice WSI models coming out in the next few months, east west, mcgrath plant, gary mctigue, kavanagh, van santen, wj law, to name a few. I presume you'll be adding the Westdijk volvo to go with that Daf? Its one stunning model from the pics i've seen! Smile

Noel.

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Paul R
Posted: Thursday, August 20, 2009 11:51:37 AM

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Homer wrote:
Glad to see you found one paul Wink Theres a lot of nice WSI models coming out in the next few months, east west, mcgrath plant, gary mctigue, kavanagh, van santen, wj law, to name a few. I presume you'll be adding the Westdijk volvo to go with that Daf? Its one stunning model from the pics i've seen! Smile

Noel.


My supplier is working on that as we speak Wink And you are right, there are some nice ones coming out such as the ones you mentioned but lets not forget the Kohler Schwerlast, Colonia, Keller & Hess, Afolter, Torben Rafn, Wiesbauer, Karner and Wocken from LTM and also van Grinsven, P Adams ballast truck etc..........

Paul R
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Posted: Thursday, August 20, 2009 12:18:25 PM

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Paul R wrote:
Homer wrote:
Glad to see you found one paul Wink Theres a lot of nice WSI models coming out in the next few months, east west, mcgrath plant, gary mctigue, kavanagh, van santen, wj law, to name a few. I presume you'll be adding the Westdijk volvo to go with that Daf? Its one stunning model from the pics i've seen! Smile

Noel.


My supplier is working on that as we speak Wink And you are right, there are some nice ones coming out such as the ones you mentioned but lets not forget the Kohler Schwerlast, Colonia, Keller & Hess, Afolter, Torben Rafn, Wiesbauer, Karner and Wocken from LTM and also van Grinsven, P Adams ballast truck etc..........

Paul R


No not forgetting them, i have some of them on order too! Smile Do you know anything about the Wagner MAN TGX ballast truck that was shown at Nuremburg? I've been keeping an eye out for it since i saw it but theres no sign of it appearing and no sign of it on the WSI website! Think

Noel.

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