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JeroenS

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About JeroenS

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    Now why did I do that?
  • Birthday 03/09/1971

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    Dordrecht, Netherlands
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    Not too modern trucks of all kinds and sizes

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  1. Excellent rework of the seats Olivier, lovely result. So what's next? The roof cover?
  2. Hobby and stress don't mix, enjoy your beer
  3. I think I may have one or two models without a fan under a glued bonnet
  4. I have to agree with Steve there, Pat. What are we looking for exactly? Looks absolutely fine to me. Time to relax and enjoy this hobby, mister!
  5. ... That's a good one! Many entries but probably not very many completions You're right, I think I'll leave them dinked.
  6. I spent the evening fussing and fiddling on the bonnet, figuring out where to glue what. And ended up glueing exactly two parts together. Wow! Anyway, from the looks of it, it appears this is the correct position of these parts. Fit is not 100% because that left mudguard is leaning inwards, I'm probably going to need some kind of spacer. It's more obvious in this picture. I will need to push it to the right. The cab supports are not sufficient for this, as it is now these fit in between the two mudguards with som
  7. You spent the night in style CC! That looks fabulous. The Ardennes is a beautiful region. Luckily we don't live that far away and visit often.
  8. That's some seriously intricate scratchbuilding there. They do look excellent and, like you, I would definitely not have started over. They look the part and that's what matters.
  9. OK, I've been procrastinating on this one. It's not immediately obvious how and where some parts need to be fitted and I've been overthinking how to proceed. Suddenly, other builds seem much more interesting ... However, I just need to bite the bullet and get on with it. And hope I don't do anything too stupid. Last weekend (I think it was) when I had the red brown paint out for another build I sprayed the Kirovets's chassis parts. At least there's some colour on those parts so I'll be able to make something of it later. I'll be attaching some unpainted parts to the chassis so som
  10. Nice work on those springs indeed. I keep my PE frets too, "just in case", but now I know what sort of stuff I might do with it, thanks for the ideas.
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