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Monday, May 26th 2008, 8:37pm

MDK Fundgrube/MDK Discoveries

Angeregt durch die Bauberichte von unser Forumsmitglieder MCWOB (Agrarschlepper) und Wolfgang Lemm (Johann Sebastian Bachs Thomaskirche zu Leipzig) hab ich mal einiges zum ersten Mal bestellt beim MDK-Verlag in Berlin. Es wird bestimmt nicht das letzte Mal sein :D
Beim stöbern auf der MDK- Website: http://www.mdk-verlag.de/ findet man neben die abgebildte Modelle auch eine Angebotsliste mit dem ganzen Spectrum an Modelle, dazu auch eine wichtige Dokumentation in einem Sonderheft über die Kartonmodellbaugeschichte in der ehemalige DDR.

For the first time, inspired by building reports of forum members MCWOB (agricultural tractors) and Wolfgang Lemm (J.S. Bach's St.Thomas Church, Leipzig), I have ordered something at MDK's, Berlin. This will be certainly not the last time, indeed :D
Visiting MDK's website at http://www.mdk-verlag.de/ one can find many pictured models, but also the complete range of available models in the "Angebotsliste" = models list. Anybody who has difficulties with decrypting the German language, just cry out HELP by writing a PM (Personal Message) to me. A wonderful extra on the list is a 64 page full-colour book to be found there about Paper Modelling History in former Eastern Germany. Highly recommended
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1,2: Mannomann, dieser Automobiler Dampfspritze aus 1903, wenn die es mal geben würde in 1:25, oder so einen Barkas... Geschichte?
WOW, this wonderful fire engine from the year 1903, such a model in 1:25 scale,....or this typical DDR "Barkas" van, history? -just one page of the book-

3, 4: Normag Sclepper gebaut zwischen 1936 und 1942. Beispielhafte Anleitung.
Normag Tractor from the years 1936-1942. The building instructions by pictures will ease the job.
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Monday, May 26th 2008, 8:48pm

RE: MDK Fundgrube/MDK Discoveries

1,2. Kettenschlepper, solch ein Ding mal zu Fahren. Gekonnte Schattierung und reserve Ketten, wer sich mal.....
On tracks we go, one would wish to drive this vehicle. Shadowing artistrty by the designer in the tracks, extra tracks also in the kit.

3,4. Multicar, auch hier subtile Schattierungen. Wer's verglasen möchte, Schablonen dazu werden mitgeliefert.
3,4. Multicar, a small transporter, also subtle shadowing in this model. Templates to make transparent windows are coming together with the kit.
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