Tamiya GB Stuh,not Sunday, but....

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Tamiya GB Stuh,not Sunday, but....

Joined: December 25th, 2009, 5:26 am

June 11th, 2012, 1:09 pm #1

G'day to all.
What a couple of interesting days we've had in south western australia! I did a little work
on my Stuh during last week,took some pics on Saturday night so I could post on Sunday only to
have a massive storm (catagory2,winds up to 140kph)come through on Sunday and knock out the power grid from Geraldton in the north to Ravensthorpe in the south an area about as big as France! The power came on about 2 hours ago, we've been blacked out about 30 hours and the power company are saying some outlying areas could be without power for a week,phew! There is a huge amount of damage in my home town (Bunbury W.A.)with fallen trees and power poles everywhere,a real mess. We lost a bunch of trees on our property,with one coming down and just missing our chicken coup but taking out our veggie garden.Lots of cleaning up to do now.
Any way here are a few pics of my Stuh TamiyaGB project with a little bit more painted details, some weathering and chipping,I hope you all like it so far.
Sorry for not posting on Sunday Lu, it won't happen again (I hope)
Regards to all, and as always all comments and suggestions greatfully recieved.
Cheers.
Alan.



more pics to follow soon.
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June 11th, 2012, 5:16 pm #2

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June 11th, 2012, 8:37 pm #3

G'day to all.
What a couple of interesting days we've had in south western australia! I did a little work
on my Stuh during last week,took some pics on Saturday night so I could post on Sunday only to
have a massive storm (catagory2,winds up to 140kph)come through on Sunday and knock out the power grid from Geraldton in the north to Ravensthorpe in the south an area about as big as France! The power came on about 2 hours ago, we've been blacked out about 30 hours and the power company are saying some outlying areas could be without power for a week,phew! There is a huge amount of damage in my home town (Bunbury W.A.)with fallen trees and power poles everywhere,a real mess. We lost a bunch of trees on our property,with one coming down and just missing our chicken coup but taking out our veggie garden.Lots of cleaning up to do now.
Any way here are a few pics of my Stuh TamiyaGB project with a little bit more painted details, some weathering and chipping,I hope you all like it so far.
Sorry for not posting on Sunday Lu, it won't happen again (I hope)
Regards to all, and as always all comments and suggestions greatfully recieved.
Cheers.
Alan.



more pics to follow soon.
I wish I am as good in that. Looking forward to your figures.

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Joined: October 3rd, 2005, 9:15 am

June 11th, 2012, 10:06 pm #4

G'day to all.
What a couple of interesting days we've had in south western australia! I did a little work
on my Stuh during last week,took some pics on Saturday night so I could post on Sunday only to
have a massive storm (catagory2,winds up to 140kph)come through on Sunday and knock out the power grid from Geraldton in the north to Ravensthorpe in the south an area about as big as France! The power came on about 2 hours ago, we've been blacked out about 30 hours and the power company are saying some outlying areas could be without power for a week,phew! There is a huge amount of damage in my home town (Bunbury W.A.)with fallen trees and power poles everywhere,a real mess. We lost a bunch of trees on our property,with one coming down and just missing our chicken coup but taking out our veggie garden.Lots of cleaning up to do now.
Any way here are a few pics of my Stuh TamiyaGB project with a little bit more painted details, some weathering and chipping,I hope you all like it so far.
Sorry for not posting on Sunday Lu, it won't happen again (I hope)
Regards to all, and as always all comments and suggestions greatfully recieved.
Cheers.
Alan.



more pics to follow soon.
Hi Alan:

I´m afraid that we are not going to have to wait so much sundays more to see this one finished!

Cool!

Regards!
Alvaro

PS I hope you all up there can recover from that heavy storm asap!
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Joined: December 25th, 2009, 5:26 am

June 12th, 2012, 9:50 am #5

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G'day Dom,
thanks for looking and commenting,
Cheers.
Alan.
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Joined: December 25th, 2009, 5:26 am

June 12th, 2012, 9:53 am #6

I wish I am as good in that. Looking forward to your figures.

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G'day Roman.
Thanks alot for the kind words, but don't sell yourself short the stowage on your Staghounds
looks tremendous,not to mention the vehicles themselves.
Regards to you my friend.
Alan.
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Joined: December 25th, 2009, 5:26 am

June 12th, 2012, 9:59 am #7

Hi Alan:

I´m afraid that we are not going to have to wait so much sundays more to see this one finished!

Cool!

Regards!
Alvaro

PS I hope you all up there can recover from that heavy storm asap!
Thanks alot Alvaro,
Yes you are correct this project will be over soon,then I can finish the Mammut and dio
and then maybe start another Tamiya GB subject.As for the storm we have another coming tonight
I just hope that it's not as bad as Sundays storm considering the damage already done around here!
Regards to you Amigo.
Alan.
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Joined: August 10th, 2010, 7:19 pm

June 12th, 2012, 2:36 pm #8

G'day to all.
What a couple of interesting days we've had in south western australia! I did a little work
on my Stuh during last week,took some pics on Saturday night so I could post on Sunday only to
have a massive storm (catagory2,winds up to 140kph)come through on Sunday and knock out the power grid from Geraldton in the north to Ravensthorpe in the south an area about as big as France! The power came on about 2 hours ago, we've been blacked out about 30 hours and the power company are saying some outlying areas could be without power for a week,phew! There is a huge amount of damage in my home town (Bunbury W.A.)with fallen trees and power poles everywhere,a real mess. We lost a bunch of trees on our property,with one coming down and just missing our chicken coup but taking out our veggie garden.Lots of cleaning up to do now.
Any way here are a few pics of my Stuh TamiyaGB project with a little bit more painted details, some weathering and chipping,I hope you all like it so far.
Sorry for not posting on Sunday Lu, it won't happen again (I hope)
Regards to all, and as always all comments and suggestions greatfully recieved.
Cheers.
Alan.



more pics to follow soon.
Love the vertical streaks. Good job.

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