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Marquette
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Questions and comments that don't need a thread of their own

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I got this idea from another forum... there are often questions and comments that are "one and done", shared/asked, dealt with, and done... well I wanted to share something that would qualify for such a thread, so thought I'd start it.

I now have a TT scale model of my grandmother's car she had in Hungary... down to the correct colour! Thank you, Herpa! Now to get decals for licence plate ZJ-45-11...

(the picture is my uncle and me in 1979)
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What car is it? Skoda?

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Yes. A Škoda 100 (short Š100). My parents also had one and then his successor Š120. Both in the '80s.
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What have you started?
Here on the left is a TT (3mm scale) version of the Morris 1000 van I had in my twenties, my first four-wheeled vehicle. I toured northern France in it with my girlfriend. No problems apart from running out of petrol and a broken windscreen on the way home.
And then I swapped it for a Mack truck...no, I didn't.
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