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About JohnB

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  • Birthday 08/15/1947

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    Shreveport Louisiana
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    Primarily plastic and resin scale aircraft of WW II, Korea & Viet Nam. Some armor, ships and submarines.

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  1. I think I will resume work on this one. I set it aside exactly one year ago.
  2. Well hell guys. For some reason I just can't get my act together on this. One minute I'm up for it, the next I just can't get my modeling mojo to work. I guess I'll set it aside for a bit (not SOD) and try to get "up" for something else. I HATE IT WHEN THIS HAPPENS! Bear with me. Thanks!!! Update: Back to the Tamiya Mosquito FB VI.
  3. And as soon as I had the model completed they would announce the FAA a/c.
  4. I hate to tell you guys this but I'm going to switch to a USMC -1A instead of a FAA a/c. This is due to a couple of things and down deep I feel like Tamiya is going to surprise us with a FAA version at some point (for one thing, the model has the fuselage air intake "holes" on either side which is only, as far as I know, on FAA a/c). We'll just have to wait and see. Sorry to disappoint y'all but that's the way it is.
  5. Cockpit finished. Due to problems with the Sutton belts I have (had) I decided to go on and use US belts.
  6. Thanks Rob. It's a Mk. IV with overall GSB paint. Thanks for the info!
  7. LOL Thanks! The interior green came out fairly yellow in those photos. Don't know why as they are more green than yellow "in person".
  8. Been working on the cockpit. I see a couple of things I need to address.
  9. Thanks for that info. Now I'll use the British seat belts.
  10. You are missing a good one. The DVD is available on Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/Sahara-Bruce-Bennett/dp/B009NY3R68/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=Sahara&qid=1605891301&sr=8-4
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