Hello from Denmark

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Poul Kiærulf

Hello from Denmark

Post by Poul Kiærulf » Sat Jun 06, 2009 5:47 pm

Hello fellows

I want to introduce my self, as I’m new at the forum. I live near Roskilde in Denmark, together with my girlfriend, Dorte, and my 12 Norwegian Forest Cats, ok one belongs to Dorte.
I have dreamed about a KT since Armortek introduced the kit. I have spent lot of hours to looked at yours galleries, building projects, homepages and read this forum. Finally you all together have convinced me, that I can’t live without a KT from Armortek ;-) Now I’m waiting for my KT, hopefully it will arrive during the summer.
I have no experince in building a project like this, but I hope I can build my KT in quality, I can show you without having to be a laughing stock….
I hope one of you guys from sweden will invite for a cup of coffee, and show and tell me about your KT..
I look forward to be a part of the “Armortek family" :D

Best regards


PS I am not so familiar with English, but I hope you understand what I'm writting :oops:

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Post by Robin Hinson » Sat Jun 06, 2009 6:33 pm

Hi Poul,

Pleased to have you with us, I'm new too and waiting for my KT also. Dont worry about your English its just fine.

Best Wishes

Robin (UK)

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Stewart Ashton
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Post by Stewart Ashton » Sat Jun 06, 2009 7:44 pm

Poul a very warm welcome to this the premier forum 8)

If you need any help just ask :!:

Regards Stewart

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Sven Strobbe
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Post by Sven Strobbe » Sat Jun 06, 2009 8:13 pm


First of all a warm welcome to the club and Armortekfamily...
Its all new to me as well as i'm too new here and its also my first Kit..
It was a dream of me to build a King Tiger of this scale since i was 16 years old, and that is 23 years ago...

Read a lot here on the forum and study it,than start slowly yourself.
Not to rush and if you get stuck there's one adress...
The info and help here can get you along...

Greetings from Belgium

It's a beautiful day to go out in my King Tiger

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Tim Bowman
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Post by Tim Bowman » Sat Jun 06, 2009 9:13 pm

Hi Poul!

Welcome! No "laughing stocks" here, just a bunch of great people with similar interests.:D

I'm looking forward to seeing another King Tiger project on the forum. The more the better.

Best regards from California
"So long as one isn't carrying one's head under one's arm, things aren't too bad." – Erwin Rommel

Matthijs Dijkstra
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Post by Matthijs Dijkstra » Sat Jun 06, 2009 10:24 pm

Welcom Poul from Holland,

Great to have you on board! Congrets with ordering a KT. I too like this model very very much but unfortunately a bridge too far for me :( But I'm a lucky owner of a T1 which gives me great plessure! I enjoy the Tiger1 every day! :D


Matthijs Dijkstra

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Pierluigi Patri
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Post by Pierluigi Patri » Sun Jun 07, 2009 12:08 pm

Welcome Poul from Genoa.
You are not alone neither in the new challenge of building an Armortek's model (I am working -very slowly- on Panther) nor to have no experince.
Enjoy you KT.

peter karlsson
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Post by peter karlsson » Mon Jun 08, 2009 6:31 pm

wellcome poul!!

cool that you are from roskilde!! i have been there for ca 10 times att the festival. :D

kind regards peter (peppe) from sweden.

Kent Wiik

Post by Kent Wiik » Wed Jun 10, 2009 9:37 pm

Hi Poul,

Good to see another Scandinavian builder joins us.
Don’t think there are so many from Denmark yet but hope your number will grow.

Please spoil us with photos of your build for everyone here love photos.


Fredrik Jorgensen
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Post by Fredrik Jorgensen » Sat Jun 13, 2009 7:22 am

Hi Poul. Welcome to the crazy scene of the 1/6 tanks.

I just love to see another scandinavian builder, hopefully we will grow in numbers.
I think you will be very pleased with your KT indeed.
A tip from me thou. Go slowly through all the parts before you start the build ;).
Read the tips from the fourms wich are a goldmine itself and really good to avoid hours of swearing. The forum is a wonderful community where people with different skills can help out with all sort of stuff, and degree of details if you wanna go scale crazy:).

So just enjoy the build and keep us posted with pictures.


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