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Andrew D. the Jolly Rogers guy

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    HonoUrary Hoser & Resident USS Arizona Guru
  • Birthday 01/16/1971

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  1. Absolutely, yes, a true masterpiece! And beyond that, the fact that it has a true legacy borne in the aftermarket products that resulted!
  2. Agreed, I've always loved ship conversions like this!
  3. Sure they can! Put it in a dive, full throttle; by the time it breaks apart some of the pieces could exceed Mach. ....or did you mean, don't break Mach and SURVIVE...?
  4. Man, but that movie could have been so much more! What was it, the pacing, the editing, something just made for a slow, tough-for-the-average-viewer-to-follow flick, until the beast was finally seen in the hangar....
  5. If you do more ANG Vipers in 1/72, this Vermont bird would be wonderful!! There are no Vermont Viper decals in 1/72 for any of their GE-powered Vipers.
  6. Sheriff "Big Ed" Little's Chickasaw County patrol car, 75 Plymouth Fury, as seen in a recurring role on the Dukes of Hazzard. Always loved this patrol car best of the lot. Lightly weathered around the bottom for normal dusty road patrols.
  7. Some 1/72 parts, leftovers, and odds-n-ends I'm clearing out. F-8 resin, Star Wars X-Wing and droids bits with decals, helicopter weaponry decals, Spitfire canopy, F-4 markings.... https://www.ebay.com/sch/jollyroger61/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from=
  8. Having trouble finding reference for stencilling/markings for the wing tanks of an F-105 in SEA camouflage. Just some views of #320 at the USAF museum, but would rather a non-museum piece.
  9. Yes, holy smokes, that's quite a build!
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