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Wolf Buddee

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About Wolf Buddee

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  • Birthday 07/05/1958

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  1. I love the camouflage pattern on this one Martin! What theatre of operation did this operate in? Awesome modifications my friend. Cheers, Wolf
  2. Wow Peter, What a great start. Despite your recent health issues creating challenges with mobility and dexterity it doesn’t look like you’ve missed a beat on this. Cheers, Wolf
  3. Hey Peter, It’s great to hear your feeling better, surviving Chemotherapy, and feeling motivated to get back on to the bench! That’s always a very encouraging sign. I look forward to seeing your wonderful skills applied to the Sufa. Stay safe, keep well, and please extend my regards to Diane. Cheers, Wolf
  4. Harvey, Sorry I’m a little late to wishing you all the best but I’m certainly glad your surgery was a success and you’re doing well! Boy, the things you’ll do for a little attention, eh? I bet, if you weren’t so ticklish, Bev could o’ fixed you up with a pair of pliers and an ice pick. In all seriousness though I’m so very glad you’re doing well post surgery and I wish you a painless and speedy full recovery. Take care and give my regards to Bev! Cheers, Wolf
  5. Jeff, Harv, Rob, Dennis, and Phil, Thank-you for checking in on my post and leaving your kind responses. They’re certainly much appreciated! I hope that 2021 will see a renewed energy and drive to complete a number of builds I’ve set aside over the last couple of years. There’s enough of ‘em on the bench that need doing! Cheers, Wolf
  6. I'm not sure if this is the right place for this post as it's definitely a "Large Scale Model" but I thought this is where it should be. Tamiya's 1/6 Honda CRF 1000L Africa Twin. One of the fastest builds I've done in years. I started the end of this August and finished the end of November. A typical Tamiya kit with amazing fit and lots of metal parts including the front fork tubes, lots of nuts and bolts, and bags of different coloured and sizes of screws.The kit comes with decals for two different colour schemes and masks to complete each scheme. I initially intended
  7. Thanks once again gentlemen for the best wishes for my birthday! Cheers, Wolf
  8. Gentlemen, Thanks for all the “happy birthday” wishes! I think I’m going to get me a Tamiya 1/6th scale Honda Africa Twin kit to celebrate. Haven’t built a large scale bike in a long time and the kit looks pretty impressive. Cheers, Wolf
  9. Belated Happy Birthday Martin! I don’t know if you got my message on Friday but I called and left you a voice mail message. Cheers, Wolf
  10. Thanks Harvey! Much appreciated. Please extend my regards to Bev. I hope you guys are keeping well and staying safe! Cheers, Wolf
  11. Fantastic build Tim! Thanks also for the HGW wet transfer tutorial. I have them for my Corsair build and have not used them before. Cheers, Wolf
  12. Happy Birthday John! All the best to you. Cheers, Wolf
  13. Comrade, you are mistaken! There is no graphite on this the roof! Cheers, Wolf
  14. What a fantastic piece of work Jeroen! Very interesting subject. Cheers, Wolf
  15. Hi Peter, Simply incredible work! A true masterpiece in every sense of the word. I don't know if this is a detail you were aware of so I posted the pic below. It shows the two small springs that retain the wheel bearing dust cap. If you haven't already you might want to add these to your build. Cheers, Wolf
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