their 2 Mega watt line, with the new logo of the market leader in Windmill manufacturing. Pulling the combination is a Volvo FH16- 660 four wheel tractor unit which can be made into a five axle tractor by bolting on an additional axle. The docking unit on the truck can be adjusted forwards or backwards as required if the pulling unit is dri- ving with four or five axles. This extra feature is new and distinct from other models available at this time since the axle is able to be de- tached and re-mounted. Also, the axle is fully steerable and has its own suspension. Usually, similar models from other producers have
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an immovable and attached fifth axle. The reviewed models excel in details: hydraulic lines, warning signs, tire pressure stickers, photo- etched tire caps, some of the finest pin striping seen so far on the dri- vers cabin and realistic raised th- read parts and equipment boxes.
The Nooteboom Mega Windmill Transporter from WSI is a gem for any display cabinet and would give prospective owners pleasure for years to come. The Torben-Rafn model was produced exclusively for the German WSI partner, Litt- le Treasure Models. The series of 200 pieces sold out very quickly. In the already announced 2010 the
version for the Scottish transport firm of Randolph, the transporting cargo will be a wind mill tower pi- ece. This unit promised for a Bri- tish WSI partner will be available through the usual WSI importer channels. With an announced se- ries of only 100 pieces it will be definitely necessary to reserve a unit if the collector wants one.
The MWT is a technically im- pressive piece of equipment in 1:50 scale by WSI or in 1:1 scale by Ro- yal Nooteboom trailers. From any angle and in any paint scheme it is a great looking unit.