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PeterR

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Hi all,
first message on this forum. I'm from The Netherlands and want to share my first build. Made it for my first grandson who is expected in January. 
best regards, Peter
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Congratulations on the new grandson! This is as fine as an example of the fire engine that we have seen posted on the forum. We would enjoy seeing photos of your shop and any suggestions you have on how to build such a perfect toy. Thanks for sharing! And welcome to the forum. We look forward to seeing more from you.
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This is great.  I like what you did on the wheels.  you gave me a great example to follow when I build this one.  Congrats on the new family member.
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Beautiful work done on this engine. Your grandson will have loads of fun playing with this.
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A great looking fire truck and should be an heirloom of the future
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Looks great! I like the wheels, I wish I had thought of that on mine.

You are going to love being a granddad.


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Great job on the fire engine. I'm sure this is the first of many toys for the new grandson.
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Very nicely done. That is a well detailed and would look really nice on my as yet built display case LOL

thanks for sharing....

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