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Paul
Posted: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 6:24:17 PM

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Hello group. Well, it's not long until the release of the Sarens SGC 120 model and just last week I was offered some photos of the real crane which is working in Belgium. I don't have many details but Danny has told me it's to lift the two black (water)tanks on the barge as a test life.

The photos are by Danny Vyvey - thanks Danny!. What a monster of a crane!.











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Paul R
Posted: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 6:27:16 PM

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Certainly is a monster! What a great picture that 2nd one is!

Forget the 31000 - this is going to be a monster Wink

Paul R
DeWoc19
Posted: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 6:42:18 PM

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holy effing crap man!!!! Drool im in love, i NEED this model. im way beyond the point of want, this could very well be life or death for me!!! Paul, adopt me as your child and buy me this for Christmas, please.......... Dad Anxious also i wonder if they will have a way on the model to have the 2 drums that control the 2 seperate bridles to be run as 1 somehow, otherwise how will you be able to boom that thing up and down without having to jump back and forth from drum to drum every 1/8 of a turn

that thing is a monster, unbelievable
Paul R
Posted: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 7:02:30 PM

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DeWoc19 wrote:
holy effing crap man!!!! Drool im in love, i NEED this model. im way beyond the point of want, this could very well be life or death for me!!! Paul, adopt me as your child and buy me this for Christmas, please.......... Dad Anxious also i wonder if they will have a way on the model to have the 2 drums that control the 2 seperate bridles to be run as 1 somehow, otherwise how will you be able to boom that thing up and down without having to jump back and forth from drum to drum every 1/8 of a turn

that thing is a monster, unbelievable


Ha, ha!! That did make me chuckle!! I'll put the order in right away Wink

Paul R
cranedude07
Posted: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 7:05:49 PM

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holy s***!!!!! that thing is huge. id like to get the model but i barely have room for the 31000, ive been putting some models back in the box just to make room for it. wish i could afford it Drool Drool

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DeWoc19
Posted: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 7:17:27 PM

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Paul R wrote:
DeWoc19 wrote:
holy effing crap man!!!! Drool im in love, i NEED this model. im way beyond the point of want, this could very well be life or death for me!!! Paul, adopt me as your child and buy me this for Christmas, please.......... Dad Anxious also i wonder if they will have a way on the model to have the 2 drums that control the 2 seperate bridles to be run as 1 somehow, otherwise how will you be able to boom that thing up and down without having to jump back and forth from drum to drum every 1/8 of a turn

that thing is a monster, unbelievable


Ha, ha!! That did make me chuckle!! I'll put the order in right away Wink

Paul R


ok enough of this foolish goofing around.... seriously now, adopt me please

i gotta find me a 2nd job, im owning this model one day whether my new dad buys it for me or not it will make my collection
renaultman
Posted: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 7:42:08 PM

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Mother of God, thats huge. I bet you make sure its in the right place before lifting. Measure twice, rig once, lol.

Jack.
Posted: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 8:05:35 PM

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I hate the PTC , and this, the only good thing about it is the livery

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Lima 70T
Posted: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 8:22:38 PM

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Strewth, that thing is massive. I didn't think that it would be that big. Wow.

As Mammoet says "SIZE DOES MATTER". Slowly collecting Mammoet 1:50 scale stuff. Mainly cranes!
J.Galvez
Posted: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 8:53:13 PM

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Damn! I need one of those!

Zach. Can you adopt me and perhaps Grandpa Paul give one on christmas? Whistle Teeth



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DeWoc19
Posted: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 9:25:32 PM

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yeah sure thing Jose, you are now my son.... but since you are my son now i think you have been a bad boy and i am therefore taking away all your toys (cranes) and you may have them back when i think you have learned your lesson.... i shall PM you my address so you can send them to me now
stegro84
Posted: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 9:40:50 PM

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Wow that is one serious bit
of kit!! I soooo want the model
now!


Stephen.
Chris53
Posted: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 9:41:08 PM

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Fantastic photographs, thank you for posting them.
Hope the model does the real crane justice.

Cheers,
Chris

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ITmachine
Posted: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 10:03:25 PM

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Seeing the actual size of that next to some other cranes really puts it into perspective. That thing is massive. I could never fit that crane inside my house! 8 1/2 feet tall and probably 5 feet long. Wow.
LatticeCraneMan
Posted: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 10:38:48 PM

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Nice pics !Wow ..Cant believe the size of that thing !That what she says Teeth

What is the the truck crane on the top left ,small pic looks like a rare Favco 500 from the heavy mast?

Chet

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DeWoc19
Posted: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 10:52:41 PM

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here are a few more pics on Bouw Forum i found through Hansebube

Sarens SGC 120 pictures
laurent o.e.987
Posted: Thursday, February 24, 2011 12:49:21 AM

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that block is just insane ... wow !
TimT
Posted: Thursday, February 24, 2011 2:25:29 AM
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A couple more, Official Sarens Photos:





DeWoc19
Posted: Thursday, February 24, 2011 2:44:06 AM

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NOW THOSE ARE THE PICTURES!!! Applause
A I Nikolis
Posted: Thursday, February 24, 2011 6:34:38 AM

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Wow, I am surprised the machine is already built!Teeth From the CAD pictures we have seen (that wasn't even a year ago??) I thought it would take like at least two years before they actually started to build the crane.

Great pics, finally yet another monster is born, and this time it's not redTeeth

//Alexander
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