DAF 105 XF, Italeri 1:24

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Model built for the contest on the forum modelwork.pl. Straight out of the box, I converted the chassis, added the engine from Renault (V8 :P ).

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Enjoy.

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Posted

Very nice looking DAF. I like the addition of the engine.

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Posted (edited)

excellent! you'll do very well in the contest.

Edited by cappy625

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Posted

Awesome work, Man.....I love these Euro jobs.....They're certainly the tallest cabovers around.....Man, those things are big.....This is the only one I haven't built, yet....Great job.....

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Posted

Very nice.

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Posted

Great looking build. Real nice work...

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Not only is the model excellent. Your photos are very well done. NICE JOB.

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Posted

Marcin, you did a perfect job and your pictures are great.

Don't be misled by the little response for this model! Only very few truck modelers in the MCM Forum are interested in non-American trucks, but these few really are.

Looking forward for your next subject.

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great build, and fantastic photo's. I am starting to really like these 'Euro' trucks, have a few of them on order, just waiting for them to come in the mail.

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I like it looks great and I also like the European trucks

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NIce clean build, pictures are great, had to do a double take to make sure it was a model!

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