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Posted: Thursday, October 27, 2016 5:26:33 AM

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That is a real nice review Ian. This is one model I do not have or likely ever will have, but nice to see the video you made.

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Posted: Thursday, October 27, 2016 8:24:41 AM

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I agree, a very fair and honest review.

It's a stunning piece but it just doesn't "float my boat" so not something I would purchase(the price alone).

There's still a gap in the market for big over-sized loads and it would be good to see one of the model manufacturers produce something that can be bought on its own.



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Paul R
Posted: Thursday, October 27, 2016 10:01:20 AM

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Paul wrote:


It's a stunning piece but it just doesn't "float my boat" ......



I suspect something as big as this would probably sink your boat, literally! Not sure the Good Shepherd would be able to haul it either Wink

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No, the poor old GS wouldn't even handle one SPMT Wink

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Those mesh walkways are the best I've seen on any model!
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Cranes Etc wrote:
Cranes Etc in China - The Tour

The first video report has been published: Cranes Etc.

Ian




Hi Ian:


Just wanted to let you know I really enjoyed this video. I got it on my FaceBook feed the other day. It was very interesting and highly educational. I can't wait to see your video detailing how the models are made.

Much thanks and excellent work!!

Don
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