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January 25 2012 at 2:35 PM
  (Login mickhill)
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...a quick look at my latest model completed, esci 1/72 white armoured car representing major general 'pips' roberts, GOC 11th armoured division, NW europe 1944

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January 26 2012, 10:51 AM 

That ROCKS! The case of wine in the front seat is awesome, how'd you do it? I love the way you replicated the canvas top. Overall great job!

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(Login peterfh)
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love it too

January 26 2012, 11:30 AM 

would also like to know about the wine in the front seat

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(Login mickhill)
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the bottles....

January 26 2012, 2:24 PM 

.........are from a knightwing set(PM101)/ the canvass top has the front section cut off and i made a roll from a cigarette paper.

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Alfred van Netburg
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January 26 2012, 3:07 PM 

Well done Mick, those Esci models are still special to me and even after all these years they still can be made into great models like yours


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