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Here are some photo's of our own models, as well as
photo's of other modellers who have been using our decals. Just click on the
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Many thanks to those who have already contributed, nevertheless we're still looking forward to receive photo's of your models with our decals!
Michel Boer, Netherlands:
From left to right: Alvis Straussler of the Dutch East Indies Army, Dutch Morris
based AC, Dutch Vickers Carden Lloyd tankette, Ehrhardt AC in Polish use.
From left to right: British Mark I in Gaza, Red Army Austin Putilov - Kegresse,
Don Cossack Austin series 1, Tsarist Army Renault Mgebrov (scratchbuilt)
From left to right: Lithuanian Vickers Carden Lloyd light tank, Lithuanian
FT-17, Latvian Vickers Carden Lloyd light tank, Tsarist Putilov Garford.
From left to right: Italian Lancia 1ZM, French Schneider, Yugoslav Renault R35.
Jan Giesbers, Netherlands:
From left to right: Fiat Tipo Tripoli, Fiat 18 BL, Swedish LK-II
Antal Giesbers, Netherlands:
From left to right: Stuart Dutch East Indies, Dutch M-36 (Landsverk),
Liberation of Prague 1945
Rob Tas, Netherlands:
Three Dutch A/C's, from left to right: DAF M-39, M-36 (Landsverk) and M-38 (Landsverk)
Jeff Hamblen, USA:
From left to right: Polish (captured) Austin Putilov, 2 x Don Cossack Army
Austin series 1
Austin series 1 armoured car in Polish service and a German Stug III
J.P. Willemse, Netherlands:
Scratchbuilt Morris based armoured car, Dutch Army 1930's.
Tom Hathaway, USA:
Tom is a retired army officer, who has built models of the unit which he
A number of the decals used on the below truck has been produced
specially for him.
Eric Gallaud, France:
Eric is a very talented modeller from France with a special interest in WW-1
Don Cossack Army
Austin series 1
Armstrong Whitworth Fiat in Tsarist service
Marco Dekker, Netherlands:
Marco is a trucker and has built a model of his own truck.
Jos Peters, Netherlands:
Jos builds old trains on a big scale.
Jan Peters, Netherlands:
Jan is a regular prize winner at competitions and built a Landsverk in Dutch
service, being captured in May, 1940.
Arlo Werkhoven, Netherlands:
German Ehrhardt armoured car, 1917, 1/35 scale.
Peter Ibes, Netherlands:
Here's Peter's prize winning Potez 621:
Hugo Cabral, Portugal:
Hugo was lucky to have access to this Lynx helicopter of the Portuguese
Navy. A number of the decals on this excellent model are made by us, most
notably the nose art.
Jan Spoelder, Netherlands:
Jan has built a R/C 1/16 scale Fennek in Dutch service, with help of 'the
Kees has built a version of the Dutch Leopard 2A6, which during the European
soccer championship of 2008 was temporarily painted orange.
Piet is a renowned builder of old timer trucks in 1/50 scale; here are a few
of his excellent models with our custom made markings.
Our friend from Germany has specialized in Great War models, showing here
some of his finest pieces.
Theo has written 3 books, Frituur Zorro parts 1 - 3, about former military
vehicles having a second life in civil service. Great books! Here are some
examples of these vehicles as models.
A fellow member of the Dutch Twenot, who has built an impressive model of
the Panzerhaubitze 2000.
Harry made a diorama of his grandfathers tank platoon in the Dutch East
Indies, late 1940s.