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VW Iltis in1/16

Old 03-11-2020, 11:43 AM
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Hello Since the big VW Iltis is at home, I have taken the decision to let him also be created in 1/16. In Friedrichshafen my daughter was allowed to crawl on the neighbouring driving area. Then she came home with a crawler that was made of chassis for my plans 1a. Set to the drawing program and started.









Afterwards the first parts of the construction were added












Old 03-11-2020, 12:05 PM
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So i start my 3D Printer
















Then it went to the parts that were made from a rain poncho.





I start the red Cross Version.



Then I start the next Level.







So after all that fits, they both came to paint


















Read for the Road






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So I start an Trailer for the Iltis





The next Version is the open one





















be continued

Olaf
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Very good. It looks like you have a CNC router and a 3D printer? I always admire scratch building.
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Very Cool Great Job
Old 03-11-2020, 05:42 PM
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Great results. Very nice work.
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wow, came out great
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Hello
Now I m ready with the two last versions from the Iltis. Open and without doors.

Without doors










Cabriolet





I brushed them in Camo and olive.




Some Details




Now i complete them with Details, Light and Crew

Olaf
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Brilliant build, Most impressed,
Back in the 60s I was attached to the British Army's Berlin Brigade and I was allocated a DKW "Jeep" ,
This tiny little 3 cylinder 2 stroke car/truck was absolute genius at threading through Berlins traffic when commuting between Gatow, Spandau and Templehof especially with the canvas roof down,
Seeing your VW reminded me of that long forgotten little jewel.
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Wow, great scratch build!!! Looks great!!!

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