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 Below you will find a number of truck models of which mass production truck models have been the starting point and that have been reconstructed and/or painted. In some cases fully self-built (semi-)trailers have been added.
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Scania-Vabis LS75 Super "skogsbil":

 

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Scania-Vabis LS75 Super as an example for the HIAB crane at the model as shown below. Photo: Internet.

A Finnish Vabis in a green basic colour serving as an example for the colour of the model. Photo: Internet.

 

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Structural work of the Scania-Vabis LS75 Super timber truck model. Starting point was a VK Modelle Scania LS110/111 model of which the cab was removed and replaced by a scratchbuilt Be-Ge cab.

 The superstructure is consisting of soldered brass profiles.
After a thin layer of primer the model was painted by hand and completed with a few printed inscriptions. At the end it was sprayed with a thin layer of varnish as protection.

Then a load of tree trunks was made from dried twigs of Hibiscus syriacus, which were slightly weathered.

At the end the model was completed with chains (produced by Weinert) for securing the load.

KLMV Sint Annaparochie Scania-Vabis L76 Super (NL) :

 

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KLMV Scania-Vabis L76 Super as an exemple for the truck model as shown below.
Photo source: Internet.

And the corresponding trailer.
Photo source: Internet.

 

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For the model of the Scania-Vabis L76 Super a chassis and an engine hood of an Epoche-model was used as a basis.

The Be-Ge cab was scracthbuilt from styrene plate, as well as the containers of the truck and trailer.

The Epoche trailer chassis was lengthened at both the front and rear sides.

The model was painted by hand. After fixing the decals with the inscriptions the model was provided with a sealing layer of varnish.

Åkericentralen Kalmar Scania LS110 Super (S):

 

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Åkericentralen Scania LS110 Super nr. 12 was the example for the model as shown below.
Photo: Ulf Törnwall.

A sister of de nr. 12, Scania LS110S nr. 20 of the Åkericentralen in Kalmar (S). Photo: Ulf Törnwall.

 

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An Epoche Scania LS110/111 model served as the basis for the here shown model. The cab was removed....

... and replaced by a scratchbuilt Be-Ge cab. The container and the trailer have been built from "scratch" as well.

For the tipper a help chassis was soldered from brass, just like some other parts that needed to be firm. 

The ladder and roof rack were soldered from 0,3 mm new silver wire.

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The finished model in a striking colour scheme.

The inscriptions for the model were designed with the help of CorelDraw and were printed on decal paper.

After applying the inscriptions the model has been provided with a protecting varnish layer.

A meeting with other Swedes.

Fa. Gebr. Althuisius Tzummarum Scania-Vabis LBS76 Super:

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The example for the here shown model: Fa. Gebr. Althuisius of Tzummarum Scania-Vabis LBS76 Super.

The same truck, but in use for some time (colours have been worked on).
Photos source: Internet.

The model has been composed from a VK-Modelle Scania-Vabis LB76 tractor and a Epoche/VK-Modelle Scania-Vabis LS110 chassis.

The container was cut from Evergreen styrene plate; partly with V-groove.

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The finished model of the LBS76 Super. The tilts consist of Epoche/VK-Modelle ones, which were lengthened a bit.

The trailer has a Epoche chassis. The container was built by "scratch", just like the truck's one.

After primering the model was painted by hand.

The inscriptions of the model were designed by using CorelDraw. The white ones were printed by Modeltruck Friesland.

Westra Nes Scania-Vabis LBS76:

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The Tj. Westra of Nes (N.E. Frisia) Scania-Vabis LBS76 as an example for the here shown LBS76-model.

Two Westra LBS76 trucks like sisters side by side.
 

The LBS76 served as a tipper as well.
Photos: Klaas Westra Transporten Dokkum

 

 

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Because the model is intended as a moving vehicle at a model railway layout a Faller Car System chassis (nr. 161471) was bought and a Modellbau Schwarz/VK-Modelle LB76-cab was used. The container is a reconstructed Herpa one.

The model was painted by hand. The inscriptions were self-designed, but printed by Modeltruck Friesland. The (removable) load is consisting of treated sesame seeds.

The reconstructed model beside the earlier scratchbuilt model (look at Scratchbuilt Scania-Vabis models).

Gebr. Greving Groningen DAF A1800:

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Gebr. Greving Groningen fleet in the sixties with a couple of asphalt tippers in the front. Picture source: Internet

A DAF A1800 during  asphalting works at the Rondweg in Dokkum (NL).
Picture source: Internet

Because of use at a model railway layout a Faller Car System MAN-chassis (nr. 161566) was used that was completed with an Artitec DAF-cab.

The tipper and the 'winter coat' for the grille were made from styrene plate. The inscriptions were made with help of the computer.

De Haan St. Jacobiparochie Scania-Vabis LS76 :

 

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The example for this model: Fa. De Haan of St. Jacobiparochie Scania-Vabis LS76.
Photo: newspaper (unknown)

An earlier Scania-Vabis tipper (LS75) beside a Fa. De Haan Henschel.
Photo: H.D. de Haan


 

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As a basis for this model an Epoche/VK-Modelle Scania LS110/111 was used.

The cab was replaced by a scratch-built Be-Ge cab and the model became a working steering axle.

The tipper was cut from styrene plate, the lifting cylinder was made of molding beams with different sizes.

The Scania-Vabis tipper meets a fellow countryman.

H. van der Kooij en Zn. Makkum Scania-Vabis LBS76 Super:

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This Scania-Vabis LBS76 Super of H. van der Kooy en Zn. in Makkum NL was used as an example for the model as shown below.

The same truck, but then with inscriptions at the tilt.

The then fleet of the company with LB76, LBS76, LV75 en LBS76 (f.l.t.r).

And here in color: the second one from the left is the example for the LBS76 model.
Photos source: Internet.

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The LBS76 Super model, built from a VK Modelle LB76 tractor and an Epoche LS110 chassis.

The trailer has an Epoche chassis. Both containers and tilts were scratchbuilt.

The model was handpainted. The inscriptions were designed on the computer and printed by Modeltruck Friesland.

The truck in a Frisian landscape.

Rein de Jong Heerde (NL) Scania-Vabis LS76 Super:

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The real truck: Rein de Jong Scania-Vabis LS76 Super in delivery state.

View at the topside during unloading. The tractor was provided with an extra spacious Be-Ge 1600 (mm) sleeper cab.

At this picture you can see that the Schwietert semi-trailer has steering axles, then the first axle turns a bit to the right.

The backside after a recovering of the tank semi.
Photos: T. Hoogers

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The model was based on an Epoche Scania that was provided with a self-built cab.

The Be-Ge 1600 cab and its inside as a semi-manufactured model.

The parts for the self-steering axle construction of the Schwietert tank semi-trailer.

A view from the bottom at the axle construction. The beam on the left is meant for testing, but here it shows the later position of the tank as well.

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The parts for the tank. This tank was made from a piece of styrene tube (from the crafting box) while the front and backsides were cut from some layers of styrene plate that were sandpapered into the right form.

The model is ready for painting. The wheels of the semi are temporary ones.

A view at the backside of the semi. The ladders were soldered from 0,3 mm newsilver wire.

Here you can see the maximum turn of the steering axle construction. The flights of steps were made by brass together with nylon grid. These steps were changed later.

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The finished model. After painting the rings around the tank (aluminum tape) and the hand rails (newsilver wire) were added.

The inscriptions were self-designed but the white ones were printed by Modeltruck Friesland

The turn of the semi's axle construction is visible very well here.

The filghts of steps at the top of the tank were replaced by new ones that have been soldered from brass profiles and flat pieces of stainless steel sieve.

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State photo with the Rein de Jong LS76 Super model at the quay.

Another view at the backside.

Thanks to the steering axles this angle is no problem for the tanker...

...but will the bridge be resistant to the weight of this heavy truck...?

Holwerda - Zonen Dokkum (NL) DAF A1600 and DAF DO2000 :

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As examples for the models as shown beneath serve...

...this DAF A1600...

...and this DAF DO2000 of Holwerda - Zonen in Dokkum (NL).

The entire Holwerda - Zonen fleet in front of its main contractor.
Photos: coll.FF

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The model of the DAF A1600 is a nearly unchanged Artitec model.

The trailer consists of an Artitec container with a reconstructed Herpa chassis.

The DAF DO2000 is a reconstructed Brekina model of which the lower grille has been  pulled straight and of which the cab has been lenghtened into a sleeper cab. The semi-trailer was scratch-built.

The models have been painted by hand and the inscriptions were produced by Modeltruck Friesland.

Frico Warga (NL) DAF A 3200 DD:

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The 1:1 example: unfortunately bad picture of the Frico Warga DAF A 3200.
Source: Oude foto's van transportbedrijven uit Friesland (Facebook)

For this model an Artitec DAF-model formed the basis (see inset). The chassis was lengthened and a tandem axle was added.

A pair of Cooper Craft kits were used for the milk-tank, because the tanks from these kits had de right form and diameter. The cradle construction and the platforms were cut from styrene plate.

After painting and adding the selfmade inscriptions a thin layer of semi-gloss varnish was added.

 

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This is no clandestine advertising anymore...
More of the DAF 2600 cheese truck you will find below.

In the background there is another example of a Frico outfit.

 

Vägverket (S) Scania LS110 Super:

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Starting point for this model was one of the Scanias in the Swedish movie 'Midvinterduell' by Lars Molin from 1983.

This Scania was equipped both with a tapering front-plow and a side-plow.

An Epoche tractor chassis and a Brekina day cab formed the basis for this model.

At the bottomside of the chassis  a fastening for the  help frame of the snowplow was made.

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The help frame and the front-plow were made from brass profile and plate...

...which were soldered carefully. 

The front-plow has been added. The higher placed front lights have been made of styrene waste material.

The Brekina day cab was completed with a new grille and other details. The tipper, being under construction here, has been cut from  styrene plate.

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The painted (with spraying cans) model that strikes because of its yellow colour.

Both snowplows have been added.

The fastening of the side-plow at the back is done by means of a lower placed trailer coupling.

By lifting the container the fastening of the side-plow is easily visible.

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Let winter come...

Putting in winter service.

The model has been weathered and was placed in a winter atmosphere.

Heavy snow in front of the plow.

Fa. S. Siegersma & Zn. Ee (NL) DAF DA 2600 DKA:

 

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A few pics of bad quality (source: Internet) shows the
1:1 example:
 

 Fa. S.Siegersma & Zn. of Ee (NL) DAF DA 2600 DKA hauling for Frico Cheese
Photos source: Internet
 


 

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On the left a Brekina model and on the right a scratch built model. The differences in (the position of) the grilles are evident.

The space for the grille of the Brekina model was supplied with filling pieces, while the flanks at the frontside were sanded to a better angle.

The grille was constructed from thin layers of styrene. Even the DAF symbols were cut from styrene plate.

The window screens at the backside were filled up as well with pieces of styrene plate.

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The adjusted DAF model with the new grille.

In order to compare: on the left a original Brekina model and on the right the adjusted model.

Also the angle of the lower front was changed.

A fitting semi-trailer had to be scratch-built from styrene plate.

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The finished DAF FA 2600 DKA model...

...of Fa. S. Siegersma & Zn. in Frico outfit...

...in a Frisian landscape...

...on its way with a load of cheese.

Steéns Örebro/Bilspedition (S) Scania-Vabis L36:

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The example for this model: Steéns Åkeri Örebro (S) Scania-Vabis L36-48 hauling for Bilspedition (photo: http://www.berglitruckstop.no/)

For the cab the Brekina Scania L110/111-model was used. This cab received a new (short) nose, that was built from styrene plate, ...

...just like the mudguards. For the fastening of the cab two pieces from the donor model's bottomplate were cut.

The chassis was scratchbuilt as well. The wheels come from an Epoche Scania-model.
 

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From thin styrene plate the strips for the grille were cut, while the fog lights were made from a plastic kit-mould.

 The fastening of the spare wheel was made from 0.3 mm phosphorbronze whire, just like the bumper sticks.

The typical Swedish container could be made only by scratch.

The Brekina tilt was used, but it was supplied with an overlap at the outside.

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The model was completed with a roof rack, ladder and mirrors (from 0.3 mm newsilver wire).

Some foldings in the tilt were made by adding a tissue, after which it was painted.

Just for the picture:
the model put in front of an Epoche trailer.

An illuminated sign (from an Epoche model) at the roof completes this model.

M.B.N. Sint Jacobiparochie (NL) Scania L110:

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The example: M.B.N. Sint Jacobiparochie Scania L110 with 20-ft N.Y.K.-container semi-trailer.

The L110 Scania (outermost left) with some family members at the Waalhaven in Rotterdam.

This picture gives a decent view of both the N.Y.K.-container and the semi-trailer.

A similar, but a bit older combination: Scania-Vabis L76 with Be-Ge-cab.
Photos: Gerrit Monsma.

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A cab of a M.B.N. truck-model produced by Epoche was used for modelling the tractor.

An Epoche tractor chassis was used, of which the tandem axle was removed. Some details were added to the cab.

For the semi-trailer a standard Herpa chassis and container were used.

Some alterations of the semi-trailer.

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The model of the M.B.N. Scania L110...

...with N.Y.K.-container semi...

...beside the original Epoche model.

Together with some fully handmade M.B.N. models.

Lommerts Delfzijl (NL) Scania LT145:

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The example: Lommerts Delfzijl Scania LT145.

A multifunctional truck, here in front of a low platform trailer.

Here as a tractor in front of a semi-trailer.
Photos source: Internet

 

 

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For the model Herpa parts (chassis and frontsteer cab) were used.

The help chassis and other parts were cut from styrene plate,...

...by which the engine hood was made functioning.

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The finished model of the Scania LT145 as a tractor...

...in the Lommerts Delfzijl outfit...

The LT146 together with a fitting semi-trailer
(VK-modelle)...

...and with a its predecessor, the Scania LS111.

2 x Klaas Westra Transport Dokkum (NL) Scania R500:

 

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The examples: Klaas Westra Transport Scania R500 Topline and ...

...Scania R500 Highline in the city of Dokkum.
Photos: FF

 

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The models:
the Scania R 500 is an unchanged Herpa model while the R500 Highline comes from AWM.

The models have been airbrushed partly (silver) and brushed partly (blue).

The inschriptions of these tractors were made by computer and using decal paper.

The semi-trailer is a Herpa model, the decals with inscriptions were produced by Modeltruck Friesland.

 Althuisius Tzummarum (NL) Scania LBS141:

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The example: Althuisius Scania LBS141 hauling for Friesche Vlag.

The previous one: Scania LBS110 Super with Heiwo container...

...able to transport the maximum amount of coffee creamer.

The LBS141 among other Althuisius trucks.
Photos source: Internet

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The model consists of a Herpa Scania LBS141 of which the chassis has been shortened.

The truck´s container and trailer are handmade ...

... from Evergreen polystyrene plate and some Herpa parts.

The inscriptions are home made by using Testors decal paper.

Volvo F88 De Bruin Surhuisterveen:

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The example: one of the here shown Volvo F88s of De Bruin hauling company in Surhuisterveen (NL).

For the inscriptions at the tilts this Volvo F89 van De Bruin was taken as an example.
Photos source: Internet

An Albedo Volvo F88 tractor model was the sarting point of this model. The container and trailer were built from scratch.

The inscriptions were designed and printed with the help of CorelDraw.

Rinsma Franeker (NL) Scania L110 Super:

 

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Scania L110 Super of Rinsma hauling-company in Franeker (NL) with a firm trailer.
Photo: FF

The example of the semi-trailer as shown below, here with high side-boards and hydraulic crane.
Photo: Rinsma

 

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The finished model of the Scania L110 Super with short stone-semi, here with low side-boards and Hulo-crane.

The floor of the self-built model is fitted with inlayed veneer.

The Hulo-crane can be moved in linear direction of the semi-trailer.

The crane-arm is turnable and the stone-catch at the crane-arm can be moved as well.

G.G. de Vries & Zn. B.V. Sint Jacobiparochie (NL) Scania LS86:

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De Vries fleet in St. Jacobiparochie (nowadays in Minnertsga, NL)

Scania LS86 with the Frico-mouse on the back.

Unfortunately discoloured picture of the front of the same truck.

Here a Frico-mouse as well.
Photos: G.G. de Vries & Zn. BV

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For the model an Epoche Scania LS111 model has been used which has been improved with a working steering-axle and some details

The container was made of styrene sheet.

After painting self-made decals were fixed on the container.

Of course the Frico-mouse may not fail here.

 

 

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