CF104

Members
  • Content count

    1,271
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About CF104

  • Rank
    Starfighter Nut
  • Birthday 03/31/1966

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
    http://
  • ICQ
    0

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  • Interests
    R/C flying, music and recording. P/C sims. Licensed Aircraft Mechanic currently working on the B757-200 and have 10+ years Herk experience. Also worked on the B727, B737, CT-114, CT-133 and CF-104.

Recent Profile Visitors

14,248 profile views
  1. Bump! Changing the currency from USD to CDN. $250 CDN results in a further 30% off. Cheers, John
  2. The F-100 was not produced with a tail hook. A project called "Project High Wire" added the tail hook and several other modifications to the F-100D and F-100F starting in 1962. I'd say it's a good chance your F-100F Wild Weasel would have had the tail hook installed by 1965. Cheers, John
  3. Bringing this one back to the top. Any more news on this kit? It still shows as coming soon on their website with nothing more than box art. Nothing on their FB page either. Cheers, John
  4. They do add weight and drag to the airframe. Just not as much weight and drag as traditional pylon gasbags. Cheers, John
  5. They use C/D wheels. Cheers, John
  6. Have you made a significant change in paints or thinners lately? Has there been any dramatic weather changes as well? Humidity changes can affect how paint sprays. Cheers, John
  7. Hi Bob, The P-40C has been sold. Thanks for the interest though. Cheeers, John
  8. Hi All, In an effort to get these kits moving I've reduced the prices further by changing them from USD to CAD. The actual asking amount has not changed so there is an instant 31% savings off the start. Thanks for looking. Cheers, John
  9. Hi John, PM sent your way. Cheers, John
  10. Nice looking jet! This should be over at the The Display Case forum though. Cheers, John
  11. Bump! Sold items removed. Fell free to make an offer if there's something you like. You never know. Cheers, John