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About Articcie

  • Birthday 01/13/1987

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    The Netherlands, Den Bosch
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    Model ships, Model trucks, almost anything involving modelling. Very interessed in HMS Victory 1:64

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  1. About 165cm long... so you might need a bigger house😂
  2. That would be a bad thing... we have been waiting so long for a nice build😁😁
  3. That is a big part of the rain forrest in a even bigger box! Good luck building it!
  4. Welcome here😀 you must have a big truck then when it has enough space for a hobby room😉
  5. Do you mean by the old kit with poor instructions, the kit ive got from the 70's?
  6. Thanks, Mugje sounds like you are a Dutchman?
  7. Hello Jan, It sure will give alot of challenging things to conquer! Every kit has some indeed. Any kit without a few(or many) obstacles, aint that much fun, i guess. Funny to talk in English to a fellow Dutchman. Tom
  8. Thank you, amazing to see where everone is respondig from! Taking in all the time zones, one side is asleep and the other side is building..
  9. We( model makers) have all the time.. maybe some more then others.. i'll be a good boy and stay on my front row seat.. waiting for you to start.. just need someone to refill the popcorn in time🤪
  10. Hello Nirvana, its almost a but scary so close! It sounds like a farmer would say it the same way here as you do in Sweden! Anyway... Ha en fin dag!😁😁
  11. Hello James, not sure yet, i recently got a very old kit give to me, it has poor plans and no manuel, and just a few english notes coming along with it.. maybe that could be a nice warming up before the victory. Can't wait to see all of the Victory !
  12. Goodafternoon everyone 😀, My name is Tom, just over 33 years young, i have a wife and 1 little girl crwaling around. I work full time as an service engineer, fixing all kind of heating systems.. and since way back a fanatic model kit builder( i love all thing with technics in it). Maybe like the most of us, started with little airplanes with some fishing wire pinned to the ceiling. After that some 1:24 trucks, and then for a good time, rc model ships, with models made such as a Smit Rotterdam, Fishing trawler Nordkap, Ocean Tug Fairmount Alpine. For two years now im building on a rc truck scale 1:14, just for the fun of doing something different for a time.. For a time i have been reading about the 1:64 Victory here, and that would make a nice build..so just wait till its availeble. There is not much else to say i think. I hope to learn alot here and have a lot of fun reading all the nice topics! Like we say overhere in the Netherlands.. "Nog een fijne dag" - Have a nice day 😃 Best regards Tom

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