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Dave J

Soo.... What did you just get???

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I've got that very kit, read a review on it years ago and it seems as good as the Tamiya 1/48 version I enjoyed building, think there are a couple of sink marks here or there on the wings, but you'll spot them on the build I'm sure and is apparently an easy fix ... Enjoy.

 

What markings are you doing it in?

I havent decide on what scheme yet.  I have a cheap P-36 I'm going to put together to try out my bare metal skills.  If that goes well, then It will be at least partially naked!  LOL 

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Got myself a HK Models B-25j bomber. Work on it will start immediately.

Cees

 

Ohhhh nice! ... I love to see these HK Models kits go together!! :D

 

Rog :)

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Sadly, no more kits for me, just a Italian pilot and a the big refuel thank from Aviattic (already ordered) that's all :(
Why?
My wife, a really lovely wife (even for the eye;- ), say no more, you have enough!
Don't know why, really, I do not know!
Here just a moment picture of my stash, is not that much?

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Got back from work to find this beauty here for me!

 

Brand new 1:24 Bugatti Model 100, from Fisher Models!

 

http://www.fishermodels.com/product/bugatti-100p-record-plane-124-scale

 

Review coming in the next week......

 

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Also, Radu sent me these for review too....so coming your way as soon as I have a workshop again!

 

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1:32 Fokker E.II/E.III/E.IV PE wing/tail set for WNW kit.

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Got this little beauty yesterday:

 

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unfortunately, it had no instructions! So I need to bone up on Japanese and see if I can find them online, unless someone can help me?

 

Its a beautiful kit, would love somone to make it in 1/16 scale (I know they do the Panzer II B in 1/24)

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Got this little beauty yesterday:

 

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unfortunately, it had no instructions! So I need to bone up on Japanese and see if I can find them online, unless someone can help me?

 

Its a beautiful kit, would love somone to make it in 1/16 scale (I know they do the Panzer II B in 1/24)

 

 

Send them an email here:

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Bargain I couldn't pass up, although not the biggest fan of late Tiger 1's, I might try a late war, last ditch hybrid:

 

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And Revell's 1/144 Space Shuttle stack, I'll replace the crawler with the paper model version. Been waiting for this to pop up on ebay:

 

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From the moment i've seen this, i wanted one, so i decided to order it right away, together with some drills and a pin vise.

 

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The Jigster is a really handy tool, for holding, folding, bending and other duty's, and from the moment i had it in my hands it proofed it's effectiveness.

 

For an in depth view, here's a link from ushi website:

 

http://www.uschivdr.com/shopping-categories/shop-tools-hardware/

 

And as alway's, Alex gives you a really fast and nice service.thumbsup.gif

 

Greetz

 

Danny

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A few things inbound at present ...

 

Those that have arrived include:

 

An AIMS G-6 conversion for a Revell Ju.88 ... not sure which kit I'll have to use at present ... but this is one of the original releases with quite a few marking/decal options ... so I can get another from John at some point:

 

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Next ... the HK Mosquito ...

 

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... And the Tamiya effort ...

 

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More in a couple of weeks

 

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Nice haul there!

 

I had the AIMS G-6 conversion, it's a wonderful piece of kit (or should that be a wonderful kit of pieces?), but unfortunately had to sell it as it was composed of too much resin at a time when my Doctor was telling me not to have any contact with the stuff.

 

Maybe one day in the future...

 

S

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Yay my Revell 1/32 Fw190F-8 finally arrived!!!

It has amazing detail for $23.95 US and includes an inflight display stand!!

 

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Is that your stash behind you?

 

impressive!

 

Rog :)

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Nice haul there!

 

I had the AIMS G-6 conversion, it's a wonderful piece of kit (or should that be a wonderful kit of pieces?), but unfortunately had to sell it as it was composed of too much resin at a time when my Doctor was telling me not to have any contact with the stuff.

 

Maybe one day in the future...

 

S

 

Thanks Steve

 

I'm very impressed with Johns detail ... Although, looking through the box, I'm going to have to email him a bunch of questions and for some directions as my skill set leaves me unsure on how to proceed with a lot of it.

 

Rog :)

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Rog,

Just being curious but what are your plans with all those kits? You cannot build them all in your lifetime and the next.

Cees

 

 

I really don't know how to answer that question, Cees ... since you already seem to have a set of assumptions in place ...

 

I guess I could type out a whole list of plans here ... yet this isn't really the thread for it.

 

Rog :)

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