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Exkvate3140
Posted: Thursday, March 21, 2019 11:50:46 PM
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Felipe we will be waiting.
Steve
frusso
Posted: Sunday, March 24, 2019 10:39:05 AM

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Liebherr LTM1400 Sarens YCC

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frusso
Posted: Monday, March 25, 2019 12:46:39 PM

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Liebherr LTM1800 Sarens YCC!!!

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Liebherr LTM1800 Sarens by Felipe Russo, no Flickr
Exkvate3140
Posted: Monday, March 25, 2019 8:56:49 PM
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Felipe you cease to amaze me, I had no idea you were a crane man. I’m sure that one is a top of the line model also, I will check with The Crane Dude Quinella he knows a little bit about everything.
Steve
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Posted: Tuesday, March 26, 2019 7:27:36 AM

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Exkvate3140 wrote:
Felipe you cease to amaze me, I had no idea you were a crane man. I’m sure that one is a top of the line model also, I will check with The Crane Dude Quinella he knows a little bit about everything.
Steve


Steve, I had a lot of cranes. Many Mammoet models, include LTM11200, boom trasnporter, Coke Drum and many others.

I had some other Sarens models too. I sold many of them on last 3 years to get mine and vintage machines models. Now I just save the LTM11200, LTM1800 and LTM1400 Sarens. I will the LTM11200 go if I find a good CCM 637G to get. I just want save the YCC model, because they are amazing!!!
codydanos
Posted: Tuesday, March 26, 2019 9:45:42 AM
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Felipe, I was wondering about your model bench, is that old brochures that you put under a glass covering or something?
Exkvate3140
Posted: Tuesday, March 26, 2019 8:48:20 PM
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Felipe thanks for explanation, you had some cranes.
Steve
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Posted: Wednesday, March 27, 2019 6:42:33 AM

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codydanos wrote:
Felipe, I was wondering about your model bench, is that old brochures that you put under a glass covering or something?


Yes Steve. I have some old brochures. On past I had a large talbe in my model room. I use to put these under the glass. however after my boy born I do not have more space for it. Now i just have some print pics in my table.

I hope show you my new D8K soon! they will be a pair with chains!!!
frusso
Posted: Friday, March 29, 2019 6:53:54 AM

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My last big crane Liebherr LTM11200 Sarens NZG

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frusso
Posted: Sunday, March 31, 2019 7:32:55 AM

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Exkvate3140
Posted: Sunday, March 31, 2019 12:51:54 PM
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Felipe I see you have the Sword Grove Pete, I got mine but it never had the Grove markings, I think Quinella had something to do with that.
Steve
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Posted: Monday, April 01, 2019 5:05:50 AM

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Exkvate3140 wrote:
Felipe I see you have the Sword Grove Pete, I got mine but it never had the Grove markings, I think Quinella had something to do with that.
Steve


dear Steve, good morning!

It's the TWH, DHS version. It comes with decals on box. The original one still new, I've done it on last year and can send for you if you want.
Exkvate3140
Posted: Monday, April 01, 2019 10:41:53 PM
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Felipe I appreciate the gesture, l will check my box again to see if I passed over them. It may take a couple of weeks to find the box.
Thanks
Steve
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Exkvate3140
Posted: Sunday, April 07, 2019 12:17:01 AM
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Felipe the DW21 is a great looking model.
Steve
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Posted: Sunday, April 07, 2019 8:27:20 AM

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Exkvate3140 wrote:
Felipe the DW21 is a great looking model.
Steve


It's a very well done model Steve! I love these vintage models. My collection focus is the vintage machines, till 80's. I have just mine machines and cranes out of this period.
Mr. Scholz
Posted: Sunday, April 07, 2019 9:49:53 AM
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Hi Felipe,

Im not too much into cranes - old cables shovels excluded - but your Sarens fleet is pretty beautiful. Maybe they trigger sompthing in my brain cause they are blue like the old Mencks? Who knows, but the amount of detail is amazing.

And now to the DW21 - this scraper starter a true miracle in Germany after the war. Some called it "The Yellow Revolution": Back in the 30ies, many german engineers visited the States and were very inquisitive about the new technolgy called scrapers. Some own concepts were born, but motorscrapers never entered production programms of german equipment manufacturers.

And then the DW21 appeared - much more then his 3-axle brother DW20 - and showed to german construction men, what high performance muck shifting really means. We were still used to the old system of steam or diesel shovels and narrow gauge railways back then! Many of our operators learned the trade sitting on the right render of the DW21 tractor. The appearance oft the D9D as a powerful and reliable push and rip dozer in 1955 made the team complete.

Felipe, do you have a 1/50 scale D9D?

Thanks for sharing, have fun
Max
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Posted: Monday, April 08, 2019 7:14:38 AM

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Mr. Scholz wrote:
Hi Felipe,

Im not too much into cranes - old cables shovels excluded - but your Sarens fleet is pretty beautiful. Maybe they trigger sompthing in my brain cause they are blue like the old Mencks? Who knows, but the amount of detail is amazing.

And now to the DW21 - this scraper starter a true miracle in Germany after the war. Some called it "The Yellow Revolution": Back in the 30ies, many german engineers visited the States and were very inquisitive about the new technolgy called scrapers. Some own concepts were born, but motorscrapers never entered production programms of german equipment manufacturers.

And then the DW21 appeared - much more then his 3-axle brother DW20 - and showed to german construction men, what high performance muck shifting really means. We were still used to the old system of steam or diesel shovels and narrow gauge railways back then! Many of our operators learned the trade sitting on the right render of the DW21 tractor. The appearance oft the D9D as a powerful and reliable push and rip dozer in 1955 made the team complete.

Felipe, do you have a 1/50 scale D9D?

Thanks for sharing, have fun
Max


Really nice history Max!!!
That's the cause I keep here in DHS, it's an school!
I do not have a D9D in 1:50, but for sure I would like to have!!!
frusso
Posted: Wednesday, April 10, 2019 6:16:01 AM

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Exkvate3140
Posted: Wednesday, April 10, 2019 10:46:10 PM
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Felipe the F700 looks great under the Rogers especially with the trailer being white.
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