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  1. I have a thing for planes on floats. I'm pretty sure the images are CAD renderings, but it looks beautiful!
  2. Rob, this one's way down on the to-do list. Maybe once I finish a couple! And the postman dropped this off yesterday.
  3. Here you go, Rob... At the top, you can see the sprocket/chain. My bike has a chrome drive sprocket; I'll have to pull out the Molotow marker for that. Vinyl parts are included with the kit. The seat, tires and an accesory bag. Also (not pictured) a length of vinyl tubing for brake lines. Lots of chrome parts. The wheels/spokes are split in half... Lots of accessories included with the kit; I won't use the fenders, child seat, beverage bottle, mirror, headlight etc. Bare bones, just like mine!
  4. Thanks, Carl. Actually, there is frisket film right by the fuselage; the saran is just there to prevent overspray on the wings.
  5. Count me in, Ernie! I'll dig up a kit to donate to the cause. Thanks in advance for your efforts!
  6. Something totally off the wall for me, but I couldn't resist. I've ridden my Continental for 40 years.
  7. A result I can live with! Some more decals on the Pfalz.
  8. These days US150 is a relative bargain for a WNW kit. I don't see the bubble ever bursting. I did recently pick up a Rumpler. My Christmas gif to myself. Carl, how bad is shipping within Canada? If/when the border ever opens, I have a niece is St. Catherines. Prior to Covid, I saw her fairly regularly...
  9. Mine currently sits proudly on the Shelf of Doom. It has an Aires pit and wheel bays and G-factor legs. I had to sand the back side of the bays to nearly paper thin to get them to fit. The leading edge slats on the kit are hokey; given the chance to do it over, I'd leave out the PE hinges and glue them in place (that's the part that got me stuck). The intake covers are a good call, too. Otherwise, you can see through the intakes all the way to the back end. I built intake trunking on mine; a major PITA, but I learned a lot in doing it.
  10. I guess what goes around comes around, Tony. I haven't forgotten the favor you did for me!
  11. Lots to choose from... https://www.scalemates.com/search.php?fkSECTION[]=Kits&q=Kliment+Voroshilov+tank+kv-1* Not an armor modeller myself, so I can't help you any more than that.
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