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  • #61
    Originally posted by He Who Shall Not Be Named View Post
    A magnificent job turning a hole in the ground into a purpose built man-cave! Well done, sir! I hate you.

    Model building to architecture -- is there anything you can't do? What the hell is it with your European's? You make the rest of us look like slackers.

    David
    Manfred,

    Your new shop is fantastic, to say the least! I have been following your remodel, and David is right!

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    I do understand how it is to build submarines in a 12'X12' bedroom! I have 24 1:96 scale and larger in this room!! Crazy!

    I do have a question for you? The photo of the Vll on your desk. Is it the 1:48 scale Arkmodel? Thanks for sharing your "Man Cave" build with us, and all the photos!

    Rob
    "Firemen can stand the heat"

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    • #62
      Thanks Rob,

      As for your question, it is not the Arkmodel, but a type VIIC/44 scale 1:35, build from scratch.
      Pictures allways makes things explain better, and i like to document the journey of my projects.

      Manfred.
      I went underground

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      • #63
        Originally posted by MFR1964 View Post
        Thanks Rob,

        As for your question, it is not the Arkmodel, but a type VIIC/44 scale 1:35, build from scratch.
        Pictures allways makes things explain better, and i like to document the journey of my projects.

        Manfred.
        Thank you, Manfred,

        I appreciate the information on the VllC/44. After following some of your builds, it would have really surprised me if it had been a kit! You are a master sir!

        Rob
        "Firemen can stand the heat"

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ID:	158032 Couple more pics - set up the double outdoor vented paint booths…

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            • #66
              Looks like a nice comfy work area for anytime of the year.

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