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    Default Biggest Barnfind ever?

    Could this be the biggest barnfind ever? I'm sure the guy doesn't know what he has. Did somebody else see it as well?

    What lies behind this wall!!





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    Not sure what the guy thinks he has, but it looks like he has two (potentially three) wrecks. Asking how much he would sell for would clarify.

    Where is that? NZ?
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    Put em in ya back pocket and take em home Frans!
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    Yes dibs on the van

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    Is that a Lancaster bomber in the background?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuey View Post
    Is that a Lancaster bomber in the background?

    The one making the low pass? Did you see it too?
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    Iím sure the owner knows exactly what he has. Impressive but the grass gives it away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schlitzaugen View Post
    Not sure what the guy thinks he has, but it looks like he has two (potentially three) wrecks. Asking how much he would sell for would clarify.

    Where is that? NZ?
    Why do you say wrecks? Some of the mud on the green one (#6) looks suspiciously fresh!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuey View Post
    Is that a Lancaster bomber in the background?
    Surely thats a ME 109 on its tail.

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    I'm glad that I caught Schlitzaugen with this one. I was really pissed off with the guy when I saw the condition the 5 Turbo is in.

    The most realistic model scene that I've come across. There are many more photos of this this scene.
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    I think the lack of roofing screws gives it away..

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    Quote Originally Posted by 59 Floride View Post
    I think the lack of roofing screws gives it away..
    You mean it’s not built to code?
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    However, the panel gaps are to scale. Ha ha ha.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Frans View Post
    I'm glad that I caught Schlitzaugen with this one. I was really pissed off with the guy when I saw the condition the 5 Turbo is in.

    The most realistic model scene that I've come across. There are many more photos of this this scene.

    Show us the panorama then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by schlitzaugen View Post
    Show us the panorama then.
    I will show a little more. Apart from all the jokes, I really do think this guy is a master artist.

















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    To be fair it fooled most of us first time ‘round.
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    Well done, the master artist. Is he a Renault nut?

    To be fair however, I would say that a better resolution picture would give it away.

    That said, my eyes ain't what they used to be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by schlitzaugen View Post
    Well done, the master artist. Is he a Renault nut?

    To be fair however, I would say that a better resolution picture would give it away.

    That said, my eyes ain't what they used to be.
    Must get my eyes tested. i can't see a Lancaster anywhere
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    Quote Originally Posted by 27of85 View Post
    Must get my eyes tested. i can't see a Lancaster anywhere

    They were takin' the piss, man.
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    When I was a lad, we all made model WWII 'planes.
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    Well done Frans, I wasn't believing that NZ would have stuff like that but seeing "is" believing.

    Are they your models or somebody else's ?? The scene is very well done.

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    My god - it had me fooled. I was lusting after the R5T2 but to no avail.

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    The tidy shed is a dead giveaway for most Reno owners.

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