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FAUN, MAN & Unimog

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About the Author

About ed s. sarao (liberator)

i have been making models since i was a child..on and off..on and off..and just last year i joined the IPMSPHILS-BAC..and proud to be one! meeting old friends and other modellers changed my views..particularly on details and types of weathering. you can say modelling is a never ending process.


I think the models are awesome. But as far as I know that's not a HEMTT - unless the german truck is also called that. I think a more appropriate title would be Faun Man Unimog, or Faun Kat Unimog, Kat being the name of the civilian version of the 8X8 truck.
AUG 05, 2005 - 01:32 PM
Once again, wonderful wook....personally, I can't wait till he tackels the Dragon Wagon....this guy is a master at OOB production of kits. I only wish I could produce this caliper and style in my kits... kevin
AUG 05, 2005 - 02:33 PM
guys,...please excuse the mixed-up...the other truck is a MAN 8-wheelers from revell. UNIMOG from revell and FAUN tank transporter by trumpeter..the tank a leopard2A5 short barrel from tamiya. funny thing..when i was younger..i used to remember all the names of rockband..rockstar and their music that i was listening to..i think age is catchng up on me. thanks for the compliments and nice words.
AUG 05, 2005 - 09:07 PM