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William G

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    Phantoms Vipers and Superglue Oh My!!!
  • Birthday 09/04/1967

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    Ruskin Florida USA

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  1. Thanks Paul. Helpful and entertaining as always. William G
  2. William G

    No christmas raffle this year?

    Between hospital visits, surgery, and all the losses in my wife and my families we haven't had a chance to catch our breath it seems. I'm all for just sitting back and relaxing for now with some whiskey and maybe a model to build. William G
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    THE VIPER: a tribute to F-16's nickname

    Paolo Beautiful as usual, you have a keen eye for the colorful birds. Only critique is that the LEF should never be at any position other than 2 degrees up while the jet is on the ground. They drive down when the NLG and MLG Show the aircraft is airborne. William G
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    How do you store your spare parts?

    Similar to y'all Ive set mine into Ziploc bags based on what they are, nosecones/ radomes, landing gear, antennas, canopies, pylons... etc all of these went into a large plastic container that wasn't about to get bumped to the floor. Next one I do will be probably a set of filing cabinets so I can keep them out of sight and off the workbench. William G
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    TV show trivia question

    Garry Burghoff and Phillip Michael Thomas were in one episode of Wonder Woman together. William G
  6. Ken, Did you get my pm and address? William G
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    MRC Light Genie System

    Id recommend going the arduino rout instead. mainly due to customization. I bought a nano to use on my cutaway USS Enterprise to control the Bussard lighting nav lighting as well as other strobes. William G
  8. Yep still looking for the hemisphere William G
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    Lead wire.

    Dunno if you have a Bass Pro Shops, but I bought the lead wire asst here in Tampa many moons ago and its pretty darned chock fulla leadwire. William G
  10. Looking to see if anyone has built the 22inch Cutaway Enterprise from AMT /round 2 and replaced the Bussard collectors with the cast pieces from Starship Modeler. Im looking for the clear whole dome not the split part. William G
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    Glowing white panels

    Jay believe me it has a lot of potential, however there are so many areas that need to be worked around. Main issue is how to light the saucer section while having the ability to reattach the other half of the saucer and allow lights to function. Thinking magnets and maybe small pin connector. As to the secondary hull, I'm going to just cut the small section that is supposed to hold the port warp nacelle and keep it attached and structurally sound with the pylon permanently attached wiht the majority of the section visible. The Starboard nacelle I need another full dome for the Bussard collector as that half dome is a bunch of poodo. So.. I think this will be an interesting build here... William G
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    Glowing white panels

    No, just the Trek Explanation. I have the AMT Cutaway and a looking at a few mods to it William G
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    Glowing white panels

    Never-mind Pinterest to the rescue Plasma Radiator cooling Assemblies William G
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    Glowing white panels

    What are the 4 rectangular panels on the top side of the TOS Enterprise? Google isn't helping any here. William G