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Germany 1944 Diorama

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No comments: ;)

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jfariahitech wrote:No comments: ;)
Then I will comment: Wonderful diorama, as always. Looks like a really busy scene.

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Give people a chance to get home from work ;)

Nicely done as usual, who is the manufacturer of the houses?

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great diorama (as usual)!

I am interested in who makes the fuel or oil tank and ladder?
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Peter

your probably looking at something like this?

http://www.gaugemaster.com/item_details ... e=FA222194

I think you would be able to find similar at cheaper prices than the German kits which often seems to be price....

Look for some of the British Manufacturers at Gaugemaster or Scalelink (other retailers are available)
http://www.gaugemaster.com/- navigations is a bit of a pain
http://www.scalelink.co.uk/acatalog/index.html- navigation is better

http://www.nscalesupply.com/CatalogStructuresKits.html - worth investigating

you should be able to find the desired combination of tanks/stairs/fittings along the way

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Beautiful dio as always, says he jealously. :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

I think a fair number of us got into 1/144 in part because of storage and display considerations. When you add dioramas, however, space considerations must come into play. Based on the number of dioramas in these threads, someone obviously has an extremely large display room!!! :D
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I am ... :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:
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No comment :roll: :roll:

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