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|Joerg Bender ||17 Jul 2017 8:28 a.m. PST|
Unfortunately the image appears smaller than planned so here is what it says:
A 28mm detailed model of a Harbor Crane used to move goods on and off cargo ships and barges as well as trains and trucks in similar industrial settings.
Kit features include:
A detailed crane that has a 360° turn radius and an operator's cabin that can be opened. It also features 22" of crane track for the crane to move on and be placed as you wish.
Laser cut 1.6mm and 3mm HDF, 3mm hardboard
Measurements approx. crane L 5" x W 5" (without boom), H 19-1/2";
Track base: L 22"
Crane rotates 360°, operator cabin front opens
Kit supplied unassembled and unpainted
Free shipping (domestic USA) on all orders $100 USD or more!
International shipping available. Please ask for quote.
This should do it!
| Jeff Ewing ||17 Jul 2017 9:25 a.m. PST|
That is really great-looking, and a good price for such a sizeable model. Years of watching _Thomas the Tank Engine_ with my children gave me an idea for "Sealion comes to Sodor." This would involve a demolition party -- including a small tank engine pulling a flatcar of engineering supplies -- making its way to Sodor Harbor to deny a shipping crane to the enemy. This would be a perfect objective for that scenario!
| elsyrsyn ||17 Jul 2017 12:09 p.m. PST|
Very nice! That's the kind of scenery that's so cool that I would CREATE a need for it.
|The Angry Piper ||18 Jul 2017 9:31 a.m. PST|
Curse you, Joerg! Your awesome products are going to drain my retirement plan! Must…resist!
Ah, screw it. With my lifestyle,retirement might be a tad unrealistic, anyway.
|Joerg Bender ||18 Jul 2017 11:09 a.m. PST|
|LostPict ||19 Jul 2017 6:06 a.m. PST|
This is very nice. Does it break-down into smaller components for storage? If so, how much space is needed to store it? Again, very nice!
|Joerg Bender ||19 Jul 2017 7:38 a.m. PST|
Thanks a lot for your positive feed back! I really appreciate this!
@ The Angry Piper:
Resistance is futile!
It does break down (never thought about mentioning this):
The tracks are separate (4 pieces, each 11" x 1" x 1").
The crane itself splits into two parts:
- the undercarriage (5" x 5" x 8") and
- the upper structure (14" x 10" x 2").
|LostPict ||20 Jul 2017 10:32 a.m. PST|
Thanks, my shipyard needs a capital improvement!
|myxemail||21 Jul 2017 3:49 a.m. PST|
That is a great looking kit!
A few weeks ago I asked for a quote on some custom bases. I received the quote the very same day. So I placed the order for the bases as well as for a couple of other kits. I received the parcel three days later!
Joerg provided incredibly fast and excellent service. He has me hooked as I eagerly await the new 15mm kits