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transtechnic
Posted: Wednesday, April 21, 2010 4:58:21 PM

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gbarnewall wrote:
transtechnic wrote:
Jack. wrote:
No Aubrey, The Demag cabs make me wann' puke Teeth


ah jack!!d'oh! Teeth Teeth..everything must change..i only described the "look" Think...i'm not totally won over..but, i was the same about the grove cabs..beauty is in the eye of the beholder i suppose..cheers Teeth..regards.

Aubrey.


I'm with you on this Aubrey,the new look Demag cab looks great,as for the city boy........ just aswell looks don't affect sales

can't wait for the Komatsu!!!! any word on the EC700 demo?????
also wasn't really convinced by the NZG pics of the lr1300 but seen great close ups and they have swiftly changed my mind!!!
..............

Haha:-Teeth Teeth...if the city boy" arrives in black & red OR an austrian blue...who eats the humble pie first.d'oh! Whistle Confused ...1300 is cracking:d/ ..great detail..BUT we'll pay for any liveriesConfused Confused

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frusso
Posted: Wednesday, April 21, 2010 5:15:46 PM

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I have to try get one PC8000! They will do a white one??? Has anyone idea about price?
Komatsupc400hd
Posted: Wednesday, April 21, 2010 7:57:25 PM

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At least one of those 460's are comeing to my stable...Drool

-Sean


janh
Posted: Wednesday, April 21, 2010 8:05:45 PM

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The models are not cheap at the Bauma.
The Liebherr MK88 is 255 Euro
the LR1300 358 Euro + 244 Euro for the derrick kit
the Volvo Ec 460 is 105 Euro
the Liebherr 944 tunnel excavator 120 Euro

But the winner is the Volvo EC 20c mini excavator for 84 Euro Anxious
I wonder,if you scratch off the Volvo paint,is there any massive silver or gold underneath? Think

Jan
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Posted: Wednesday, April 21, 2010 8:35:41 PM

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janh wrote:
The models are not cheap at the Bauma.
The Liebherr MK88 is 255 Euro
the LR1300 358 Euro + 244 Euro for the derrick kit
the Volvo Ec 460 is 105 Euro
the Liebherr 944 tunnel excavator 120 Euro

But the winner is the Volvo EC 20c mini excavator for 84 Euro Anxious
I wonder,if you scratch off the Volvo paint,is there any massive silver or gold underneath? Think

Jan

If those are the prices at DHS, wich converts to about 140 bucks, Im may only buy 1 460. I'm broke on model money right now. I bought a some IH stuff and the D51PX. Anybody knw when DHS will start stocking these?

-Sean


giftmodels
Posted: Thursday, April 22, 2010 6:47:20 AM

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... VITALI collection ;)







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DPD1
Posted: Thursday, April 22, 2010 6:54:53 AM

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Very nice... That's quite a dio setup.

Dave
Paul A
Posted: Thursday, April 22, 2010 7:46:56 AM
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The master Ricky has done it again. his dios are amazing.Applause

Take it to the limit and then just a bit more
Jim_sparky
Posted: Thursday, April 22, 2010 8:03:54 AM

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Janh,

You said that there is a Case CX240 Long Reach is this the Material Handler or a new Model?




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James Muldoon
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gio_maffy
Posted: Thursday, April 22, 2010 8:45:51 AM

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Jim_sparky wrote:

Janh,

You said that there is a Case CX240 Long Reach is this the Material Handler or a new Model?






nd on my forum there are a lot of images Cool

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giftmodels
Posted: Thursday, April 22, 2010 10:07:55 AM

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...models engaged in FOOD @ 3VBbenne Stand.. ;)

the CHEESE cusher ;)




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Paul R
Posted: Thursday, April 22, 2010 10:48:58 AM

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giftmodels wrote:
...models engaged in FOOD @ 3VBbenne Stand.. ;)

the CHEESE cusher ;)


Somebody has too much time on their hands I think Wink

Paul R
Crazy797
Posted: Thursday, April 22, 2010 11:01:15 AM

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Just love it Giovanny !!!! The cheese crushers are very creative from these cooks, very well thought !!!!!!

Pat
Remko
Posted: Thursday, April 22, 2010 11:11:23 AM

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The dio at the TreviBenne stand was fantastic! The Case 800 looked awesome with that big crusher. Are they for sale yet? I got to have a couple of those!

The Case CX 240B Long reach was also a very nice model. I myself got the Liebherr TA 230 ADT and the new Soilmec SR 100 foundation machine. I also saw the Bauer BC 40, but that's not available until september. I can't wait though, the prototype shown at the Bauer stand looked great!

The Liebherr ADT is a very nice model. A bit expensive (€ 78 euro's) but the level of detail is outstanding, especially for a Conrad model. They really made a good model. Additional railings and rear view mirrors are included, and the model has a full working suspension. Although these parts are mostly plastic. The rear tailgate functions very well, but isn't as fragile as on the Moxy/Doosan MT 51 from NZG. It lacks an opening engine cover though, which is a pitty.

The Soilmec.. Well.. WOW!!! Huge model! It's about the size of the Bauer BG 40 from Brami/Bymo. A lot of detail and functions. Extendible tracks, removable rear counterweight (which is secured better than on the Bauer BG 40, and is closed on the inside), the undercarriage also features central outriggers so the machine can be jacked up for removal of the tracks (which is not possible on the model as far as I can see). The attachment is also huge!! A big diameter drill, with a secondary tube along side. I have yet to figure out how it all works, but I'm pretty sure it can be broken into pieces for easy transport (the leader features many points of articulation/folding), I know the outer drill casing is removable. There's also a hose attached for pumping the concrete (bentonite) to the leader, and there's a tube along side the left side of the machine running from front to back which can be attached to a pumping station or a mixer.

For all those foundation enthusiasts, you would not be disappointed with this model. Hopefully DHS will have them available soon. Price was steep (at € 210 euro's more than the Bauer BG 40) but definately worth it. I'll post some photo's of both models soon.

Remko

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R Jordan
Posted: Thursday, April 22, 2010 11:20:22 AM

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Thank you for that information Remko i didn't know you made it to the show good for you. I hope you offloaded your camera at the event like an automatic weapon Teeth . Now kindly reload and start shooting again.

Roland.
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Posted: Thursday, April 22, 2010 1:08:19 PM

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So that's how they make Swiss cheese......Many new (exciting) things to come.

I personally will be wanting at least one of the Liebherr TA230 trucks....the model looks great and the truck itself is growing on me (look-wise).

The demolition diorama looks great.

Chris
ConstructionSite
Posted: Thursday, April 22, 2010 3:12:45 PM

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While I realize that the convention is in Germany (I have enjoyed all the Liebherr photos Anxious ), but has anyone taken some shots of the 374Dlme (BF24 has 1 photo) or the 336E at the Caterpillar booth yet?

Looks like it's another great show!

- Chris Smile
Sammler-Mamfredo
Posted: Thursday, April 22, 2010 4:46:28 PM

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Hi everybody...new pics Wink Sandvik Dumper TH-550



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Posted: Thursday, April 22, 2010 4:48:29 PM

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Posted: Thursday, April 22, 2010 4:51:05 PM

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