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Ronald Visser

modelbouwvisser

3D modeler, Designer, Product designer

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HO-Scale Whitcomb 65 Ton Loco Shell
modelbouwvisser As designer I am interested in the progress. I like to modify the model of the body shell to the dutch NS600 / NS2000 version. And if you are willing we can make a project out of it, while I can multply by resin (see station Ermelo at Alsacast.nl. Modelbouw Visser
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