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Paul
Posted: Sunday, July 10, 2011 4:22:29 PM

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Yeh, I saw on another forum it should be February next year.

Wonder what other goodies they'll have?!. It's hard to believe we're already looking towards the next Toy Fair....!.

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Tony65
Posted: Tuesday, July 12, 2011 9:11:49 PM
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Jack. wrote:
Jim_sparky wrote:

Are the Crane going to be able to stay in Position like the Conrad ones?







I'm game for one of those, I like the truck cranes!

Any idea on price for one of those?
Paul R
Posted: Wednesday, July 13, 2011 7:02:45 AM

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I've not heard of any pricing yet.

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Posted: Saturday, July 16, 2011 11:29:56 AM

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For the people who love WSI models their will be a whole bunch comming at the end of this beging next year. ( WSI homepage)

Also the LTM 1350-6.1 will be expected in Febuary of 2012.

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V8dieselpower
Posted: Saturday, July 16, 2011 11:36:36 AM
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I found more news on a Dutch forum
-The cranes pictured above will be the Palfinger PK74002 and PK150002
-Two Fassi truck mounted cranes: F1100 and F1300
- Liebherr LTM 1350-6.1 release feb 2012 (toyfair ?)
-Hamm HW90
-Liebherr R9100

Looking at the detail on the ZX870 I cant wait for the R9100.

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Paul R
Posted: Saturday, July 16, 2011 12:42:26 PM

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That is some news! Of course I am looking forward to the LTM 1350-6.1 but the R9100 and Palfingers are also of great interest.

I should really pick one of the Hitachi's up at some point.

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Posted: Saturday, July 16, 2011 6:26:46 PM

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V8dieselpower wrote:
I found more news on a Dutch forum
-The cranes pictured above will be the Palfinger PK74002 and PK150002
-Two Fassi truck mounted cranes: F1100 and F1300
- Liebherr LTM 1350-6.1 release feb 2012 (toyfair ?)
-Hamm HW90
-Liebherr R9100

Looking at the detail on the ZX870 I cant wait for the R9100.


All very good news, those 2 fassi cranes are nothing to sneeze at! Very heavy units there too. I do want to see the LTM1350-6.1, I wonder if it will start a disease liken to the LTM11200-9.1 disorder?
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V8dieselpower
Posted: Saturday, July 16, 2011 6:49:43 PM
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I think the Palfingers and Fassi cranes will be the same model in a different livery.

I wonder what NZG will do now WSI also has a license to build Liebherr excavators

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Posted: Saturday, July 16, 2011 6:52:42 PM

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Thats not to say WSI has the licence to build all Liebherr excavators,but will be interesting to see what does come,I'd have put alot of money on NZG doing the 9100

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Posted: Saturday, July 16, 2011 6:55:07 PM

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while im excited about the LTM 1350.... it would have been better to see a LTM 1400 or LTM 1500
Sam-wch
Posted: Saturday, July 16, 2011 7:20:14 PM
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Roll on Febuary, cant wait for the LTM 1350 Drool Teeth
V8dieselpower
Posted: Saturday, July 16, 2011 8:14:38 PM
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DeWoc19 wrote:
while im excited about the LTM 1350.... it would have been better to see a LTM 1400 or LTM 1500


It's only the second WSI mobile crane, give them some time.
I just checked craneliste.dk and there are alot of nice ones around, my favorite from the list is Digging and Rigging.
I'm only buying cranes from Belgian companys so I hope Sarens or Michielsens have one.

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RowanH
Posted: Sunday, July 17, 2011 12:53:03 AM

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V8dieselpower wrote:
I found more news on a Dutch forum
-Liebherr R9100

Looking at the detail on the ZX870 I cant wait for the R9100.


Wow, I expected WSI to do a Hitachi EX1200-6 but a R9100 will be fantastic! Defiately one of the more futuristic looking excavators. Great work WSI!!!



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Remko
Posted: Sunday, July 17, 2011 12:08:05 PM

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I'd love the R 9100!! Hopefully they will release both the backoe and the shovel version. I wonder how long it will take before Liebherr will be offering the R 9100 as a base machine for demolition excavators. Looks perfect for it. Larger than a R 974 but smaller than a R 984.

Here is the complete list for WSI models in 1:50th: http://www.wsi-models.com/en/assortiment-150-wsi

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cranedude07
Posted: Sunday, July 17, 2011 12:18:31 PM

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Glad to hear the 1350 will be made but I'm with woc, I wouldve preferred a 14 or 1500. But oh well, I'll still pick one up

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Sam-wch
Posted: Sunday, July 17, 2011 2:14:14 PM
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Remko wrote:
Here is the complete list for WSI models in 1:50th: http://www.wsi-models.com/en/assortiment-150-wsi


I see they are also making the Tadano Faun ATF 65G-4, I'll still pick one up but I think its a bit weird they are producing it since it was recently replaced by the ATF 70G-4 Think
Paul R
Posted: Friday, July 22, 2011 10:40:56 AM

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Search Impex have announced the Randolph Heavy Haulage Scania R620 with MWT:

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Posted: Friday, July 22, 2011 4:11:58 PM

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It is interesting that WSI quickly removed the details from their website when they realised that the information is not correct and was incorrectly uploaded. While it is likely that some of the models listed will appear (We already know about the Palfinger cranes), not all of them will actually be produced and released.

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Paul R
Posted: Thursday, August 11, 2011 5:41:13 AM

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Some news for WSI HH fans: the MAN TGX 8x6 in the livery of Fanger AG from Switzerland. This is the first liveried MAN TGX 8x6 and adds to the gowing number of ballasted MAN's. It is quite a simple livery but I think quite effective:



And also the LTM 1050-3.1 in the livery of Grohmann:





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Posted: Friday, September 16, 2011 1:17:34 PM

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