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Austin K6 RAF Nicosia Cyprus 1953
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No: 2652   Contributor: Ted Angus   Scale: 1/76   Year: 2011   Manufacturers: BW Models, CMSC   Country: Cyprus
Austin K6 RAF Nicosia Cyprus 1953

The donor chassis+ cab for the model was from the now defunct CMSC. Maybe this winter I will find time to put together a decent setting and take some better pictures
TED

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Picture added on 02 November 2011 at 08:55
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I really do like this 1/76 scale conversion Ted, just brilliant.
Nothing wrong with this setting mate, with those paint tins in the background it gives a true perspective to the actual size...small.Pete.

Added by Pete Matten on 02 November 2011.
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