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Tobby the Hun

Landrover 109 on VCP in Ulster

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This is my attempt to create the amazing Landy. Still the coolest car ever built, maybe only topped by Marty's DeLorean :D. This one is from Revell, but Italeri offers the same Kit. I created the little szene with figures from Fighting Line. Amazing little fellows, unfortunately mine missed an amazing figure painter. Maybe gonna repaint them...

The Kit is OOB with added etch parts out of the rubbish box, the wall is homebuilt with real glass splinters on top...

 

 

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Looks good! Landry looks suitably faded.

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Another great wall Tobby lol. Still have a big love for all things Land Rover too! Many happy memories and a few sad ones but wouldn't have missed it for the world

 

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17 hours ago, Wagtail said:

Another great wall Tobby lol. Still have a big love for all things Land Rover too! Many happy memories and a few sad ones but wouldn't have missed it for the world

 

Thanks Wagtail. Yes, walls are cool. What would we do without them.... ;-) 

 

Cheers mate..

T.

7 hours ago, Jim Wasley said:

Great work on the Land Rover/wall and fine detailing on the figures.Cheers. 

Thank you Jim..

 

Ta

T.

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1 hour ago, 4509davidb said:

looks great - does anyone do a RUC Hotspur Land Rover?

Hi David, thank You.

The Hotspur is available from Accurate Armour, so ist the Tangi (to Combine with the Hobby Boss Defender Hard Top). Both are waiting in my corner.... Cool stuff, mate.

 

Cheers

T. 

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I like that, as a cupboard LR fanatic (lapsed) :D , I reckon you caught it beautifully, the rest looks pretty neat too. :)

Steve.

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