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Big Texan

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About Big Texan

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    He should have armed himself...
  • Birthday 04/22/1962

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    Amarillo, Texas
  • Interests
    WWII Aircraft, F-4 Phantoms, Starfighters, and Skyhawks. Love my Wife and Children. Military Historian.

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  1. Stef, can you tell me how you did the vertical tail. Did you carve out the fuselage to allow that pod to mate up, or did you file the bottom of the pod so it sits straight on the fuselage. Really would like to know how you did this. Thanks!
  2. Hey, Atlantis Models has just released "Everything is Go!" Mercury rocket kit and platform. https://www.atlantis-models.com/atlasrocketwithmercurycapsule1110.aspx Not Apollo, but still a highly sought after kit. I just got mine in the mail last week. I wish "Revell Germany" would make the old space kits that were out in the 1960's - 1970's, especially the 1/32 Gemini Capsule. Would love to see the Apollo Soyuz set as well!!!
  3. Does anyone know if this Pavla pit will fit into the old Monogram 1/48 T-28???
  4. Hey Guys, looking for a 1/48 Brit Phantom. Want to do one in the Extra Dark Sea Grey scheme. Does not matter if kit is Revell, Italeri, or Hasegawa. Or, if I can obtain a pair of Spey nozzles, that would be a help as well. Thanks fer yer help!
  5. Yeah, what Jabow said. The first thing I do is dip the canopy first when building a plane. Let the Future cure for a week and you won't have this problem. Cured Future is very tough.
  6. Great job Darren on an old beast! You've inspired me to do a Nostalgia build. Which intake plugs did you use? For Revell, Hasegawa, or Academy? Also, could use some Steel Beach F-4 parts like nozzles for the Monogram/Revell kits. Would greatly appreciate it!
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