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Drifter

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  1. Maybe I should try this. Started my 1/24 Mozzie and I just cant get traction on the thing.
  2. https://yts.am/movie/t-34-2018
  3. I have the G, with every piece of AM out there. When it's done and mounted on the wall, everybody will say, "Wow, a B-17G", the wont say "The nose is too round". My 2c.
  4. Almost done, just a touch of weathering (Please excuse the crappy cellphone pics)
  5. Lots of videos on Youtube that show easy DIY to make concrete slabs.
  6. Lucky guys!!! Some awesome gifts there. I guess I was a naughty boy, Santa did not visit me at all, or he took a major detour.
  7. Sigh, my 1/24 Trump P-51. I stripped the paint of this damn thing three times. After the 1st paint scheme, the Trumpeter decals just disintegrated as soon as they touched the water. Ended up with this, decaling stage. This is my 1st 1/24 build in as many years.
  8. I tend to start well and fly through builds until.........................undercarriage...... everything comes to a grinding halt. Pick up speed, get that done until.....................decals.
  9. Fantastic!!! Thanks for sharing.
  10. Hmmm, you think? I have "friends" all over the world. You can "buy" anything on the internet......
  11. It is showing for me, I added to a different hosting site:
  12. The phrase (Judas Goat) was also used in World War II by the 8th Air Force, U.S. Army Air Forces B-17 Flying Fortress and B-24 Liberator crew members. Each bomb group employed a nearly worn-out bomber known as a formation, lead, or assembly ship. These aircraft were brightly painted with group-specific high-contrast patterns in stripes, checkers, or polka dots, enabling easy recognition by their flock of bombers to form up from various airbases over England and fly strategic bombing missions over Europe. After guiding their own combat bombers into the appropriate formation groups the assembly ships would return home—thus their poor condition and lack of camouflage and weapons mattered little.
  13. As do a lot of their stuff. Place an order any way, and they will get it made. You might wait a while, but at least you will be on the "list".
  14. @Daywalker http://www.radubstore.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=77_110&products_id=300
  15. Some nice schemes and reference pics here: https://ww2aircraft.net/forum/threads/consolidated-b-24-liberator.41934/?utm_source=weeklydigest&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=01-10-2019
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