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Ringhoffer tram, Recently finished this tram. Scale approx 1:18

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:thumbs   nice indeed

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Excellent model!

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Thanks to all for comments
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That's very nice  - made from ? ................

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Looks like the Modelik card kit, 1:25.
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Good day  Petermac and Nigel,  the model is made from 160gsm  card with ,5mm stiffeners where needed, it is a kit from Modelik enlarged to 1:18Owen

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Scanned and rescaled before printing? Obvious pathway.

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That's extremely well made - card isn't the easiest medium to work with for something like that.  :pathead :thumbs


                 

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