Super Models

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    crawlersimon
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    Some time spent surfing, I came across this website for a 1:35 scale model a fictional Danish gravel company set in 1945 to 1955. It is beautifully modelled with great attention.

    What surprised and delighted me was the inclusion of a Ransomes MG6 model alongside the trains and shunting sheds.

    http://nystrupgravel.blogspot.com/2013/10/?m=1

    Which led me to wonder what other machinery owned by VHGMC members have had the distinction of being shrunk in size and turned into super models?

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    dorigny
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    I may have posted this before.?

    Dinky Super Toys “Hand Mower” 🙂

    C.

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    #33842

    dorigny
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    Britains Atco and roller…

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    dorigny
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    Chance find, spare Britains Atco Villiers engine found in Britains Barrow in dilapidated Britains Greenhouse 🙂

    C.

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    #33849

    alan
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    I have a selection of John Deere and Cub Cadet model garden tractors.

    John Deere

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    alan
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    Brinly plough Brinly plough

    #33875

    charlie
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    Dinky also did a smaller model lawn mower, photo taken from a well known online auction site.

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    charlie
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    Another item in the garden range from Dinky was a wheel barrow shown below along with advert for other garden related items. Again the images have been taken from the internet.

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    dorigny
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    …and here’s my set of Dinky gangs 🙂

    C.

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    #33885

    trusty-mad
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    I have this tiny push mower in 1:76 scale.

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    #33887

    trusty-mad
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    German model manufactur noch also produce a couple of model pedestrian controlled machines.
    Photos taken from the internet as I don’t own these models (yet)

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    #33925

    crawlersimon
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    I found the Noch one too – which club member does the driver most look like?

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