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Munster. Panzermuseum
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Visited the Museum in October 2012. I was really impressed, even better than what I've expected.

I've took plenty of pictures, let's start from the beginning:


A7V replica by Massimo Foti, on Flickr
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Achilles by Massimo Foti, on Flickr
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The pole is really well suited for BMPs:


BMP-1 SP2 by Massimo Foti, on Flickr
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Dang Massimo! I was expecting pictures of the hybrid-mishmash-lego-flatpack Tiger I Smile Great pictures nevertheless!

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Sorry Rikard, I missed the Tiger I by only a few months Sad
Missed Pz IV, since it was in Dresden (wonder if it's back, any news?)

But I am contemplating going to WTS Koblenz in August, and maybe I could extend the trip to touch Munster once again. There is also the new outdoor area that was should be open. I just would like to be sure the Pz IV is back home and the outdoor is open

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 16, 2013 9:01 pm
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- Massimo_Foti
Visited the Museum in October 2012. I was really impressed, even better than what I've expected.

I've took plenty of pictures, let's start from the beginning:


A7V replica by Massimo Foti, on Flickr


I want one. Pretty sure it would fit in my garage, and I could install a comfortable-yet-military-looking chair, reading lamp and a mini-bar in it. Might not be found out of it often, either!
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Doug, I've posted another 10 shots on Flickr:
www.flickr.com/photos/...224296936/

If the people in Munster made their own replica, I can't see why you can't do the same Smile

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Doug, I've posted another 10 shots on Flickr:
www.flickr.com/photos/...224296936/

If the people in Munster made their own replica, I can't see why you can't do the same Smile

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Stop it! I'd have to convert the entire garage into a diorama so I'd have the right ambiance whenever I looked up (and out a view slit or gun port). And do they even make aromatherapy candles in castor oil/gasoline/diesel flavors? Shocked
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Doug, I've posted another 10 shots on Flickr:
www.flickr.com/photos/...224296936/

If the people in Munster made their own replica, I can't see why you can't do the same Smile

Massimo


Stop it! I'd have to convert the entire garage into a diorama so I'd have the right ambiance whenever I looked up (and out a view slit or gun port). And do they even make aromatherapy candles in castor oil/gasoline/diesel flavors? Shocked


Doug, don't forget cordite/mud/latrine/internal fluids/decompostion ... Smile

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 17, 2013 1:45 pm
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Stop it! I'd have to convert the entire garage into a diorama so I'd have the right ambiance whenever I looked up (and out a view slit or gun port). And do they even make aromatherapy candles in castor oil/gasoline/diesel flavors? Shocked


Christmas 2013: The Kibbey ManCave line of scented Candles..... Wink
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Rikard,

I'm retired and single, so I can pretty much create an Eau de latrine/internal fluids/decomposition on demand any time I'm so inclined. The dog doesn't complain and thankfully, doesn't contribute any of her own. Razz

Claus, the original scents might have a market. Rikards though are something one has to create for ones' self. For some reason, your own always seem to have the scent of roses and carnations, but others' always stink.
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BMW R-12 by Massimo Foti, on Flickr
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A kind of motorbike we don't see that often:


BMW R-27 by Massimo Foti, on Flickr
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Borgward B 2000 A by Massimo Foti, on Flickr
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I realy like the BMW R12 ! I think it looks better then the common R75.This has the more agressive look of a Z├╝ndapp.

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