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show your Warrooms and workshop 1/6

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Hello community

i thought it would be nice if each of us shows his work workshop or showroom of our 1/6 tanks and figures with the world. i will start the days with it, i hope that many of you will follow my call and show all of your warrooms i am very curious.

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Niftiest way to get organized would be of particular interest... :roll:
A little too much is about right...

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Hello,

My tiny little workshop is a work in progress, and is situated at the back of my garage. The next job is to get a workbench and shelving in, and maybe a couple of cupboards. Lockdown is making this a bit difficult, combined with an increased workload!

My interest in Armortek has to share space with my passion, my 2019 Morgan Plus 4, one of the final 'traditional' steel chassis'd Plus 4's. Dedicated to the memory of my Grandfather, 'Hurri' the Morgan sleeps better than me, inside a Carcoon. I'll attach a picture of Hurri from the first time I took my Mum out for a spin, a very meaningful trip due to the family connection as well as being part of the culmination of a huge dream of mine, as I've dreamed of owning a Morgan since I was a young lad.
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My workshop is very humble compared to some of the amazing set ups I've seen on the forum, but it's just big enough for a Universal Carrier, and maybe a Hetzer or CVR(T).

Cheers,

Alex
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Post by David Brady »

Hi Alex

Don't forget the Sherman hvss- nice car.... I'm definitely in the wrong job

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..Part of my workshop
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David Brady wrote:
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Hi Alex

Don't forget the Sherman hvss- nice car.... I'm definitely in the wrong job

Cheers
Hello David,

I hope you're doing very well mate, she's a beauty for sure. I've saved up for 10 years for her. Definitely a keeper. Unfortunately the E8 wasn't for me in the end, too little space to work on it really and the impending possibility of a Panther G as a future release has also peaked my interest. If I'm going to buy a model I won't have space to build for a few years, it might as well be a Panther, as I've wanted to build a particular tank- 'Cuckoo' for some years now. That doesn't mean a Hetzer or CVR(T) isn't on the cards though..

Stay well mate,

Alex

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Hi All,

Where Armorpax parts begin :-)

Best regards

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Well, just a glimpse at my warroom:

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and my workshop:

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“Paratus” and “Courage” Ray, good to see. As a Brit, I’m proud to say I’ve done Pukka and Holsworthy, if only briefly. Great workshop too. Now, where was that spanner?

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This was my man cave before moving from house to an apartment.
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not cluttered enough brian

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Stephen White wrote:
Thu Feb 25, 2021 7:10 am
“Paratus” and “Courage” Ray, good to see. As a Brit, I’m proud to say I’ve done Pukka and Holsworthy, if only briefly. Great workshop too. Now, where was that spanner?
RAAC flag. Paratus is Leopard head on flag of green, red & brown. 2/14 is emu.

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My second workshop at home.
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