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    Quote Originally Posted by LRTd5 View Post

    not able to write more ...
    need such an Campingaz Grill...
    Regards
    Wolf
    It's about an afternoon of work, bit of styreen, 2 x M3 and 4 x M5 rings and 60cm of 1mm round brass

    Quote Originally Posted by nigelpheron View Post
    I'm gonna. Another micro is the next rig fer me. All metal.

    Amazing brazing? I still think I glob it on to much. Thanx anyways.
    Many Thanks !

    Quote Originally Posted by UNGLEWD View Post
    W:Wow:W
    Many Thanks, I really hope I don't mess up the paint job this time

    Quote Originally Posted by szymon1 View Post
    my jaw dropped
    Many thanks Szymon

    Quote Originally Posted by Weapon View Post
    sweet details!
    Thanks Weapon

    Quote Originally Posted by crawlin View Post
    May I ask how you make such small and perfect bends
    Thanks Crawling. Actually everything was bend with a combination Pliers (as I cann't find Long Nose Pliers at the moment). The Handles on the sidedoor and on the fridge and freezer are made from 2mm brass, normally bend with the pliers, drilled a 2 mm hole and glued them in with superglue. The Hinge on the sidedoor, is made from 3x1mm brass (l=25mm), the first sharpfold was made with a bench clamp and hammer, after that yoú can slowly bend the rest back in a wide angle with the pliers. If you mess up (like I did twice), just straighten it up agaion and start al over. The grating on the furnace is made from 1mm brass, again with the combination pliers. After all the bending I lay similar part together and work them over by hand, so they all look similar aswell. Hope this is helpfull for you

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    Awesome project dude, I'm currently busy with a 712k myself. Just finished the custom chassis, and I've been holding back on building the body. But you've given me inspiration to start.

    Keep up the good building work...

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    I've got a quick question. Are you basing the interior of your Pinzgauer on the real thing? I'm just asking cause I don't have any interior references, nor can I find any really good ones.

    Thanks in advance...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikaros View Post
    I got a little bit carried away this afternoon as a went for one of those Gampinggaz furnaces.
    Beautiful Campingaz! Here in North America, what you've built yourself there is a Coleman Stove.

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    Serious skills! That stove is killer

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    Nice work! Love the stove. This is cool. Puts a whole new perspective on detailing an interior.
    www.wolfcreekrcpark.com

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    Beautiful creating.

    More pics please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by louisbaby View Post
    Awesome project dude, I'm currently busy with a 712k myself. Just finished the custom chassis, and I've been holding back on building the body. But you've given me inspiration to start.

    Keep up the good building work...
    Quote Originally Posted by louisbaby View Post
    I've got a quick question. Are you basing the interior of your Pinzgauer on the real thing? I'm just asking cause I don't have any interior references, nor can I find any really good ones.

    Thanks in advance...
    Many thanks Louisbaby, I had seen your 712K already. I'm pleased that I have given you the inspiration. These are the site that I've been using for reference:
    High res pics:http://www.carsbase.com/photo/Steyr_...odel_9866.html
    A whole lot of pics (inside and out); http://www.pinzgauer.com/shpics.php?...cles&idnum=118
    Pinz & C303 Laplander Forum:http://real4x4forums.com/PinzgauerBB...hp?f=17&t=6335
    Brasilian Project:https://picasaweb.google.com/1072633...PCQvOOb1-DCZg#
    more pinzies:http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/pinzgauer?language=nl_NL
    even more Pinzies (and moggies): http://www.flickr.com/photos/offroadimports/page2/
    Well that should keep you busy for a while!



    Quote Originally Posted by alan View Post
    Beautiful Campingaz! Here in North America, what you've built yourself there is a Coleman Stove.
    Ha Thanks Alan, found them, and think they even have a far better color then the Gaz stuff

    Quote Originally Posted by magicmarker77 View Post
    Serious skills! That stove is killer
    Thanks a lot Magic

    Quote Originally Posted by DRW-FJ40 View Post
    Nice work! Love the stove. This is cool. Puts a whole new perspective on detailing an interior.
    Manythanks DRW (Al was it?) much appreciated hearing that from you!

    Quote Originally Posted by Headquake View Post
    Beautiful creating.

    More pics please.
    Manythanks Rick, Will make some more pics tomorrow. Haven't made much progress though, spend much time this weekend on both 1:1's

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    This is a perfect prepare for build

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    looking really good. love all the details on interior.

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