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Luckily, unlike the USA scene, there is a working Siku dealer still in my country who pumps in cartons atleast once an year. Siku Super series needs no introduction here. These are now Made in china but quality is still there, thanks to the German ownership.

I got a few in the construction models range, & i don't dig their blister cars much. This one here i got today from Ebay as its local stock isn't getting replenished.

SIKU Volvo Motorgrader 1883 1:87
This is a brilliant model, with minimal plastics & some working parts. Build is very good & screams quality. Considerng how tiny these are, the detailing is incredible.





 

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SIKU Volvo Dumper 1877 1:87 Articulated Dumper Truck (ADT)

Okay, more coming this way.

SIKU Volvo Dumper 1877 1:87 Articulated Dumper Truck (ADT)
This is one heck of a miniature truck with many working parts including a tipping bay & a turnable coupling. Again with minimal plastics & a healthy heft.








 

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SIKU Telescopic Crane Truck Scania-Liebherr 1859 1:87

Thanks Karl!!

SIKU Telescopic Crane Truck Scania-Liebherr 1859 1:87
This is yet another heavyweight from the same stable with lots of individual parts gone into the unit. Build quality is excellent.








 

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SIKU Liebherr Hydraulic Excavator 1874 1:87

Thanks Hobie!! I give my time only to the normal ones. Fancies are just that, fancy.

SIKU Liebherr Hydraulic Excavator 1874 1:87
With some fair amount of moving parts like all the hydraulics, rolling tracks etc, this is one fair rendition for a tiny scale.






 

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Two more from the constructions rage, made as always to brilliant Siku quality.

SIKU 1:87 1839 MAN Low Loader with Liebherr Four Wheel Loader







 

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Very nice! I myself have some SIKU models. They are very hard to get ahold of in the USA. I regret not buying more when I had the chance in Europe...
 
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