HO Gabelstapler 7 Tonnen

Item no.:  Artitec-10.408
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former RRP 2) : 16,80 (incl. VAT)
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Artitec (until 15.11.2023)
16,80 1)
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not suitable under 14 years
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  • Description
  • Video
product type
layout building & scenery
road vehicles
technical & model details
gauge HO gauge
material & finish Resin Kit
scale 1:87
Age notice not suitable under 14 years.

Model: HO gauge. Artitec kits consist of resin and photo-etched parts. In the packaging you will find cast resin parts. This material is sometimes a bit roughened and needs to be rubbed off or trimmed, so we recommend having a sharp scalpel knife and some sandpaper ready. The resin is not painted and can be painted with Humbrol or Revell enamel paints. The small details are made from fine photo-etched parts.

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Artitec is a manufacturer from the Netherlands, based in Amsterdam. When the company was founded in the 1980s, Artitec was a diorama and model maker who built models for museums, architects and shipyards. As an old highlight, there is still the Texel Roadstead diorama. This experience gave rise to the idea of developing and producing own products for model railroaders and builders in the nineties. Starting with houses, accessories and historical ship models. Subsequently, rail vehicles, mainly based on the Dutch model, were built independently. Even if the military range has not been part of Artitec for a long time, it is already very successful. The finished models are of course made and painted by hand. Artitec's aim is to make history and stories as realistic as possible. You can find more videos from Artitec on our YouTube channel.