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vincent berto
10-02-2011, 10:45 AM
Hello All,
I just found this site because I do not speak American, so I stayed in France for forums designers.
I start on Planet because there are many mounting posts that interests me.
I will restart the AFV model next year being retired.
So I 59, I live in Paris suburbs.
I am interested in the WW II AFV the European countries.
I have a lot of stock in AFV 1 / 35.
I am married, a child of 29 years who I do mountain biking, swimming and radonnée family.
I work in the automotive industry PSA.

A+

alexwencho
10-02-2011, 02:11 PM
Hello All,
I just found this site because I do not speak American, so I stayed in France for forums designers.
I start on Planet because there are many mounting posts that interests me.
I will restart the AFV model next year being retired.
So I 59, I live in Paris suburbs.
I am interested in the WW II AFV the European countries.
I have a lot of stock in AFV 1 / 35.
I am married, a child of 29 years who I do mountain biking, swimming and radonnée family.
I work in the automotive industry PSA.

A+

VB

Welcome to planetarmor and thank you for your first post from France.

Looking forward to seeing you WWII AFVs here on planetarmor.

Good wishes and thank you.

AWD

schlichtr
10-03-2011, 10:21 AM
Hello All,
I just found this site because I do not speak American, so I stayed in France for forums designers.
I start on Planet because there are many mounting posts that interests me.
I will restart the AFV model next year being retired.
So I 59, I live in Paris suburbs.
I am interested in the WW II AFV the European countries.
I have a lot of stock in AFV 1 / 35.
I am married, a child of 29 years who I do mountain biking, swimming and radonnée family.
I work in the automotive industry PSA.

A+

Welcome to PA. It's O.K. that you don't speak "American" here because nobody else does either. Alot of people here speak "English" though :thumb: I look forward to seeing some of your work. I am mostly interested in early war vehicles and am actually planning a H35 and FT-17 set in 1940.

Roy