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Steyr 1500 at Militracks 2011

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About the Author

About Robert Blokker (FAUST)
FROM: NOORD-HOLLAND, NETHERLANDS

Started modelling when I was about 7 or 8 years old had a little break in between (school, girls partying) and eventually returned when finding this site in 2002. Main interest WW2 German army, wheeled vehicles and radio and communication troops or every other thing that manages to catch my interest...


Comments

Ola Matthew Thanks for putting it online. I hope it will be of use for anybody tackling the Tamiya Steyr.
OCT 18, 2012 - 05:52 AM
This will be very useful when I get around to building the Tamiya kit whic was kind of an impulse buy
OCT 18, 2012 - 02:50 PM
Thanks Robert, I always enjoy your walkarounds even if I have no intention of building the subject. Your professional photos are like looking at a high quality reference book. By the way...we need more!
OCT 19, 2012 - 01:54 AM
@ Matthew Well you could have made a worse impuls buy in my opinion. The Tamiya Steyr is pretty good. @ James Was this the last of the walkarounds I send in? In that case I have to check my PC... Got a few more but I have to pull them through Photoshop first. I'm glad you like the quality of the walkarounds. It is something I spend a lot of time on.
OCT 21, 2012 - 05:12 AM