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#21 Bricksonwheels

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Posted 10 June 2013 - 07:50 AM

Thnx Chuckyr, indeed I do, that K100 is from a friend of mine, a fellow Lego builder, we sometimes take pictures with our models together:

 

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We are both Dennis' so that is sometimes confusing :D

 

Currently we are both working on a rotator. Bosman on  a K100 with Century 1075S, and I have the same unit on a 379. Both in 1:13 scale. They are quite massive!



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Posted 10 June 2013 - 08:59 AM

*Gasp*

 

 

Uh, . . . WOW!   :o

 

 

*Thud.*



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Posted 12 June 2013 - 04:56 PM

Thnx Chuckyr, indeed I do, that K100 is from a friend of mine, a fellow Lego builder, we sometimes take pictures with our models together:

 

8999955452_4a07e9f199_b.jpg

 

We are both Dennis' so that is sometimes confusing :D

 

Currently we are both working on a rotator. Bosman on  a K100 with Century 1075S, and I have the same unit on a 379. Both in 1:13 scale. They are quite massive!

 

The Dutch have masterd Lego!