VP's German WWII Maintenance Tools

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VP's German WWII Maintenance Tools

Post  sharkmouth on Mon Oct 19, 2009 1:30 pm


The new etched sets from Verlinden Productions are 'connection less" meaning one does not need to cut them from the fret. On the upper right, you can see the blue-green film which holds the items in place. The lower right is an extreme close-up showing the Krupp Werk brand to the wrenches.


The upper photos offer two views of the film being removed. The lower right is another detail image of a wrench while the lower left shows one of the tool boxes (with lid) soldered. It still needs some clean up but the lid is functional.

It is a nice and easy to use set which is quite affordable! It is highly recommended although no mention is made of the hinge pins for the tool boxes which one must make from wire.

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Re: VP's German WWII Maintenance Tools

Post  ShawnGehling on Thu Feb 17, 2011 9:35 pm

Saul,
Really sweet tool set, I think this is one of those brass sets I could handle.
lol! scratch Maybe?
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Re: VP's German WWII Maintenance Tools

Post  John T on Fri Feb 18, 2011 8:30 am

Wow great stuff. That peal off film's a great idea also.

Cheers
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Re: VP's German WWII Maintenance Tools

Post  ShawnGehling on Wed Mar 23, 2011 5:24 pm

Saul,
I forgot to ask, where are you going to put the "Shark Mouth" on this one... lol!

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Re: VP's German WWII Maintenance Tools

Post  beowulf on Wed Mar 23, 2011 7:45 pm

that looks shweeet Very Happy ........ive never played around with pe very much......fat pudgy finger syndrome! Laughing ...but i can see some use for that set......dread to think how much it will cost over here tho

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