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richellis

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About richellis

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  • Birthday 10/11/1978

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  1. It’s a cracking kit to build, got this and the 4x2 on air. this would have, the option of air or steel rear suspension making it ok to build from the box. Look forward to seeing this come along
  2. A little Morris FF tractor unit in BRS Liverpool livery. A resin cab, and chassis is scratch built with resin and plastic from Modelers Resource. Cracking parts for fans of real lorries! DSC_0014 by richellis1978, on Flickr DSC_0015 by richellis1978, on Flickr DSC_0016 by richellis1978, on Flickr DSC_0017 by richellis1978, on Flickr DSC_0019 by richellis1978, on Flickr
  3. In the late 90's John Lewis ordered a very unusual batch of Volvo FH12's with day cabs. Most day cabs came with the lower FM cab. This gave an unusual look. I did this conversion in the late 90's, and its long gone, this time its got the correct air suspension set (resin). RHD dash, round tank and lots more resin from MG Mouldings. The cab is chopped from a sleeper. No sign writing as they didn't have any. May get a trailer at some point. DSC_0001 by richellis1978, on Flickr DSC_0003 by richellis1978, on Flickr DSC_0004 by richellis1978, on Flickr DSC_0007 by richellis1978, on Flickr
  4. I’ve one in the garage, there is no sound mat under the bonnet, just painted metal the same colour as the rest of the body. Most golfs didn’t get any sound insulation till late mk3s. The bonnet is made from a flat pressed sheet for the top, with a second shaped and pressed part for strength on the underside
  5. Nice build of a good little kit. What’s the plan for the livery?
  6. That would look cool as a post war in a civilian haulage role
  7. Very nice GTi. tamiya did a mk4 in 1/24
  8. Here is some pics of the steam engines at Kelsall, there is albums of the trucks also on my page
  9. The Mack was one of the first American trucks, it went up against Gardner engined wooden framed British trucks! they where futuristic then and still smart now
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