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rovers90

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About rovers90

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    Newcastle Upon Tyne
  • Interests
    Military vehicles, weapons, clay and game shooting, four wheel drives
  • Occupation
    Self employed - gardening, firewood supplies, forestry work
  1. Thank you for the feedback. I took a lot of photos so will post some more.
  2. Only found out about this show last year a few months after it had taken place so made sure I found out the date in time this year! Attended with a friend of mine and we had a great day, weather got out lovely (Saturday), some great vehicles and displays, and good arena action. On negative side thought the trade stands were disappointing and the event was not well sign posted from the bottom of Hunsworth Lane.
  3. Good evening everybody, thank you for allowing me to join the forum. My name is Derek and I have been interested in military vehicles and weapons all my life. Grew up watching all the classic war movies and still do watch them - my wife cannot understand how I have watched "The Bridge at Remagen" about 15 times or why I must watch "The Great Escape" again to see if Steve McQueen will make it over the fence this time!! Airfix soldiers and kits were a main stay of my child hood before moving on to Tamiya (why the heck have they never made a 1/35 scale Land Rover 90 or 110????). I sold a lot of my built models on ebay about 15 years ago and then bought a Greyhound and a GMC truck to build - they're still in their boxes!! Don't own a military vehicle although have half shares in a tracked vehicle we use at work which is great fun. If my lottery numbers ever come up I would have quite a collection though. Will try and post some pictures from the Yorkshire Wartime Experience which I really enjoyed. Cheers for now.
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