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B-17 guy

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    oooo piece of candy!
  • Birthday 05/10/1979

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    Brunswick, OH

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  1. Same guy messaged me. It was suspicious right away to me when he put a phone number for faster response. Hard pass.
  2. Haha, I’ve been a Bills my whole life. My best friend since we were kids is still a fins fan. It’s been the most bitter yet beloved rivalry this whole time. Glad to see the fins competitive again. if you’re willing to sell that set, I’m hoping we can work this out. You can message me for details. RBT010 is the set with the holder and 3 wheels.
  3. Pretty sure I lost mine in a move. Need it and cant find one online. Does anyone have the RB productions Rivet-R mini rivet tool RBPT010 they can sell? I have fuselages that are riveted but wings and tail are not.
  4. Stunning! I expect this build to taxi and take off under its own power!
  5. Wow! Extremely impressive! Especially in that scale.
  6. Google says yes. The Swiss received a dozen of them in April of 44.
  7. Well, that’s a bit more clear. Thanks.
  8. It is kind of confusing, I’m not sure they’re saying two different models, as in sub types or two complete kits can be built. I see that there are options for the fuselage, but are there actually enough parts for two complete aircraft is what I’m trying to figure out.
  9. Is there a way to get that in English that I’m missing? how many parts are in the box? Looks like enough for two aircraft.
  10. Your post is a bit confusing. You don’t want to get the Eduard kit because you don’t want to ruin it so you get an Airfix kit or kits? And a bunch aftermarket stuff for them? The aftermarket parts can’t be more of a challenge than kit parts can be. I’d say build the first one OOB, test and gauge your skills and go from there.
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