Historic Jeep

At last some model-making that I had time to do in France has been successful in a little competition. Several of you have seen this miniature model grow from a heap of tiny parts into . . . a tiny model. For the modellers amongst you it is the old 1/72 Hasegawa Jeep, built mainly from the box but with a few additions and changes to try to make it look more ‘Jeep-like’. Most of the work was carried out on my all-new modelling set-up in France. I wonder if the nazi brexit-loving mob at Westminster will ever let me go there again after March next year? Anyway at the recent Poole Vikings meeting the themed competition was ‘The New Forest and D-Day’ in which the little monster did win a Silver Medal. A word of thanks to Robin who lives in my part of France for helping with the red paint . . .DSCF6010 small

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2 Responses to Historic Jeep

  1. Bruce Goodwin says:

    Very nice model Malcolm.

    Happy Christmas to you!

    I have left my office job recently so may be able to see you on one of my trips to Bournemouth.

    My Mum died earlier in the year.

    Best wishes for the New Year,


    Sent from my iPad


    • pvchairman says:

      Hello Bruce,
      Thank you for your kind words. I’m very sorry to hear of your Mum’s passing away. I still can’t believe that it’s almost three years since my Dad’s passing.
      Take care and have as good a Christmas as possible under the circumstances.


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