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  • Birthday 09/16/1998

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  1. As many of you will know my dad Mike Carvey. He has recently been busy making some scratch builds and convos, which he hopes to take to shows like Penrith in the coming months (covid depending). He also sent some photos into the International Harvester Heratige magazine, on his IH 634 County equal wheel, with a scratch built dowswell DP7. The bottom pictures are of a 634 Roadless Conversation with spade lug wheels. Behind is a Warag? Mole Plough, fully scratch built. Hope you enjoy, there is more in the pipeline to come!
  2. Did you or someone else 3D print it. As I'd love one myself! Brilliant job with the Samson tanker!
  3. Very nice work, my dad has also been working on a land drainer, based off a britain's ford 5000. Hopefully I'll get a topic up soon.
  4. The 1455 is a mater of taste, I've seen some humongous wheels on 1455s before, I think wiking were looking at one from what a lot of them have ended up looking like rather than schuco going off an original style.
  5. I wouldn't mind the IH 56 series revived whilst they are at it!
  6. She's holding up well! Looks even better on the diorama!
  7. Thanks! The background is a photo very close to my house which my dad's girlfriend took, and then made into a backdrop for me.
  8. Yeah the build quality is rubbish, plastic top link, etc.
  9. Which case ha ha!! The puma 175 and 5150 are pretty good models, good for uh I'd say. the maxxum 145 (new shape) let's say I like it as much as a box of matches and a canister of petrol. I made the cattle grid myself, completely scratch built, using plastistruct tube and I sections, painted silver. The fencing ad gates around are thin oak strips and bits of coffee stirrers.
  10. Some photos from first and second cut silage. (My diorama is still very much in a work in progress phase at the moment) Constructive feedback welcome!
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