What do you do...........

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  1. zaskar

    zaskar

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    When you've got an enforced week off work between contracts and the weather is pants!::bigsmile:
    Well, you could always make a 1:43 scale model of your pride & joy?.............well, you could if you're as potty as me!:ROFLMAO:

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  2. pappajohn

    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    wow!!! you work quick :ROFLMAO:
     
  3. zaskar

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    To be fair, the main body was built MONTHS ago (from 3mm foam board) but it's only this week that i've had the time to add all the detail.:thumb:
     
  4. Road Runner

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    Very very clever:winky:
     
  5. Terry

    Terry Funster Life Member

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    Excellent :thumb:
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  6. pappajohn

    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    certainly a very accurate model.

    another 'enforced' week off and you could get the slide to extend, now that would be cool :thumb::roflmto:
     
  7. Jackomet

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    I WANT ONE!
    Paul that a a brill bit of work (sad, of course as well) but looking at the slight slope on the 5er I think you have exceded the GW on the rear axle.
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  8. rangitira

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    :thumb:
     
  9. zaskar

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    Thats accuracy!:Doh::cry::winky:
     
  10. motor roamin

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    Thats a cracking job well done...... OH and a superb job on the Nissan :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:

    I make doll's houses for grown ups, no two are the same this was a cornish shop I made 20 years ago, even done peoples own house to scale.

    My Grand daughter still has one I made her but she is now saving it for her, daughter having just turned a £1,000.00 down for it.....must admit to being very chuffed she has decided to keep it.

    I also made the balcony that the photo's were taken on and various bits of furnature in the house.

    I don't get the time now but that balcony needs redoing next year......lol the blooming house needs redoing.....now wheres that RV sod the rest :roflmto: :roflmto:

    All the best Rick


     

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    that looks really good I had to look hard to make sure it was not a trick photo well done:thumb:
     
  12. nokaii

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    Brill!!:thumb:
     
  13. chatter

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    fantastic paul
     
  14. JJ

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    Excellent work Zaskar... well done. :thumb:

    I have a life sized model of a 1987 Hymer 660 but I didn't make it myself...

    JJ
     
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