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  1. There was a joint in Bath but I can not remember the name of it. It was a nice shop had a few Hasegawa 72 scale P-3 and EP-3 kits and an okay selection of supplies. That one was in Sacco ? i believe wasn't it? decent shop with RC planes hanging from the ceiling.
  2. Retired Navy. I was stationed down in Brunswick at NAS Brunswick when it was around. (2004-2008). Absolutely loved it there.
  3. Fellas, looking for Aeromaster sheet 48-674 F-105 Lead Sleds Pt. 2 or other Aeromaster F-105G decals. Can buy or trade. Contact me at titan1401@aol.com if you have some you want to part with. Andy
  4. Fellas, I have lost part B25 one of the idler? gears from the Trumpeter SA-6. I don't want to toss this kit out as it is primmed and waiting for paint. PM if you can help a guy out. Thanks, Andy
  5. Fellas, i have lost one of the front wheels for the trumpeter 35th scale SA-6. Anyone have a scrapper kit i could get one from? Will pay a reasonable price for it. Thanks Andy
  6. Used the Steel Beach stuff here. Verlindin seats and SB exterior set. Andy
  7. I got some bench time in this weekend and finished up the operator stations in the back. Not 100% accurate but good enough for gubmit work: Andy
  8. Okay, time to get started on this thing again. I took a break and built a Tamiya P-47M as to break up the build so I wouldn't get bogged down. I started scratch building some interior stuff in the back as quite a bit is visible through the windshield and the windows. I also cut out the overhead hatches in the back and will scratch build some stuff in the back: Bulkheads that will help fill in the open areas. Will add some PE from the spares box to dress it up. strip plastic to simulate the stringers. Scratch built the floor which will have the operators consoles. the quilted sound proofing area is foil from a nut can that i embossed over the plastic ribs to simulate stringers in the back. I have cut out the other overhead hatch and will scratch build the hatches.
  9. Looking good man. The engine came out great dude! Keep them coming Andy
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