Aus Schweden

Ola Ahlström
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Re: Aus Schweden

Beitrag von Ola Ahlström » Di 19. Jun 2018, 13:46

Heinz Peters hat geschrieben:
Di 19. Jun 2018, 01:24
I had expected the model at Shapeways from "Arctic Skunk", where all the other model are available, too, what you've shown here in the past. The 3 tank models what are shown on the "modellproduktion"-homepage are available from Arctic Skunk, too.
The Suggan is not shown on the modellproduktion homepage, but it was updated the last time two and a half month ago.

The "Tradera" page is not really helpful for us: There is no English version!

I've a last question: How many parts is the Suggan model of?

Heinz
The models from Modellproduktion (strv 74, strv m/42, pvkv m/43, strv m/21-29 and now Tp 21) are casted in resin (like the Centurion fron Artitec) and not 3D-printed. On the other hand models from Arctic Skunk, Kampfflieger models and Steven’s 3DGarage (all available from Shapeways) are 3D-printed models. The model of pvkv m/43 from Modellproduktion are the modified version while the pvkv m/43 from Arctic Skunk is as delivered.

The web page from Modellproduktion is not updated so I suggest you contact him by email.

The Tp 21 is casted in six parts. The hood, chassis and four wheels. There is also an etching included.

In Sweden Tradera is mainly used, it´s not unusual that kits from Pansarfabriken and other domestic producers can bee found there.

/Ola

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Re: Aus Schweden

Beitrag von Heinz Peters » Di 19. Jun 2018, 20:11

Hello Ola.

Thanks for your reply and the information.

Heinz

Ola Ahlström
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Re: Aus Schweden

Beitrag von Ola Ahlström » Mo 25. Jun 2018, 22:37

The NC 27, one bought for trial and named strv fm 28 tank n:o 11, is now painted;

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Model from Kampfflieger Models / Shapeways.

/Ola

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Re: Aus Schweden

Beitrag von Heinz Peters » Fr 29. Jun 2018, 18:49

Ola Ahlström hat geschrieben:
So 17. Jun 2018, 17:24
Yesterday it was the annual model railway meeting at Skövde. This time the company Modellproduktion had a bran new TP 21, also known as "Suggan" (the sow), 720 built by Volvo 1953-58 and used until thr early eighties as a terrain radio truck.

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/Ola
Hallo!

Zur Information für Interessenten:
Der Preis für das Modell ist: SKr 250 = ~ EUR 23,92
Versandkosten: SKr 40 = ~ EUR 3.83

Gruß
Heinz

Ola Ahlström
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Re: Aus Schweden

Beitrag von Ola Ahlström » Fr 6. Jul 2018, 11:23

Recent information that have surfaced tells that the ten LK II wasn´t Sweden's first tanks, instead it was the FT-17 that arrived first. The ten strv m/21-29 was numbered 1-10 and the FT-17 was used fore trails until 1926, to years later one NC 27 was bought. It was named strv fm/28 and given number 11. This tank exist today at Arsenalen museum.

Al three types of tanks exist as models in 1/87 scale.

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/Ola

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Re: Aus Schweden

Beitrag von Ola Ahlström » Sa 14. Jul 2018, 18:55

Pavesi P4-100, model from JAFIR/Shapeways, loaded on a SJ N1.

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/Ola

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Re: Aus Schweden

Beitrag von Ola Ahlström » So 16. Sep 2018, 18:41

Part 4 off my series on Swedish military transportation on open cars are now published in Modelljärnvägsmagasinet n:o 34.

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Re: Aus Schweden

Beitrag von Ola Ahlström » Fr 21. Jun 2019, 21:20

My four part article previously published in Modelljärnvägsmagasinet is now rewritten into an article published in the magazine Pansar.
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The original text have been reduced and someway updated with new information and some new pictures.
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There is also two pages that shows 1/87 scale modeling.
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Link to Swedish Armour Historical Association
https://www.sphf.se/english-info/

/Ola

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Re: Aus Schweden

Beitrag von Jens O. Mehner » So 23. Jun 2019, 19:24

Hello Ola,

congratulations on being republished so soon, all your articles look well researched and illustrated. It seems that military themes are well covered in the Swedish specialist press.

Cheers,

Jens O.
Ich war dabei, als Retro noch neu hieß...

Information not shared is information lost.

1/87er, die feinmotorisch flinke Elite des Modellbaus.

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Re: Aus Schweden

Beitrag von Ola Ahlström » Mi 17. Jul 2019, 22:59

Have been using TinyPics fore many years when showing my pictures but did stumble into this information today;

TinyPic is shutting down in 2019
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Thanks for using TinyPic for your hosting needs over the years. We apologize that we can no longer continue providing this service, but Photobucket is a great option going forward.

That means that my pictures will disappears from this site soon. That will also means that my partitions here will ends.

/Ola

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Re: Aus Schweden

Beitrag von Jens O. Mehner » Do 18. Jul 2019, 14:15

Oh no Ola,

say it is not so... :( You could mail me the photos, and I could upload them to my Flickr or Photobucket account, then send you the links?

Thank you for sharing all you have so far, I sincerely hope that we can find a solution.

Cheers,

Jens O.
Ich war dabei, als Retro noch neu hieß...

Information not shared is information lost.

1/87er, die feinmotorisch flinke Elite des Modellbaus.

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