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About JEFlint

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  1. Yep, gotta agree with you there. I saw this on Facebook and asked them about an HH-43B/F and they said maybe later in the year.
  2. Does anyone know of a source for these items? It seems pretty easy to find them in 1/35 scale and even 1/72 scale, but for 1/48, it looks like all that's available is airfield items. Thanks!
  3. What I never liked about the Revell kit that the Aurora had was the debris shield in front of the engines.
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    Ridiculous pricing on the bay

    I've seen everything you guys have mentioned. An average kit for $8.00 but shipping is gonna set you back $27. I think some problems are people see a GWH TBD-1 Devastator going for $50, so they figure their Monogram TBD should be worth the same price.
  5. I have some kits up for sale. All prices include shipping in the US. Dragon 6311 Elefant Premium Edition with Eduard zimmerit - $45.00 shipped CONUS Dragon 6362 M21 Mortar Motor Carriage - $40.00 shipped CONUS Bronco 35011 T17E1 Staghound A/C Mk. I (late production) - $35.00 shipped CONUS Tamiya 35267 M1046 Humvee with TOW - $35.00 shipped CONUS Shoot me a message at monsoon1965 AT yahoo.com Thanks!
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    How to realize this exit of turbine

    That's an F model Huey. Since it has guns, probably listed as a UH-1P. I think converting a B or C model (not sure which) to one of these might be a challenge.
  7. JEFlint

    Any HH-43 Pedro's in 1/48?

    Well, good news is that Lone Star models is going to rerelease the Cobra Company detail set for the 1/32 scale Huskie.
  8. Nope. But, they shouldn't be hard to cobble together. I asked Floyd about including some in the next Huey decal sheet, but I'm having a hard time coming up with pictures of the H model Hueys that were at McConnell (even tho my dad was the freaking NCOIC!).
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    Any HH-43 Pedro's in 1/48?

    You're right. It's just the Hawk/Testors 1/32 scale and the 1/72 version by Mach2. I heard that was a bit tricky to build. There was a vac by Airmodel but not sure if it's around.
  10. OK, just started this and when I opened the bag, I noticed that part B-31 isn't on the sprue. And yeah, it's one of those parts you need. Anyone have one from a junked 60??
  11. JEFlint

    HH-60G aftermarket items

    I think Live Resin does 1/48 scale mounts but they might be for Army hawks.
  12. JEFlint

    HH-60G aftermarket items

    The WW Pavehawk CSAR sheet is great, but it's not much use if the aircraft that they go on doesn't exist. Sure, a lot of guys could scratchbuild what is needed, but I ain't one of them!
  13. I've been searching around, but been coming up empty. There just doesn't seem to be any sort of upgrade parts for the Minicraft MH-60G to get it to HH-60G standards. Or did I miss anything?
  14. JEFlint

    CD48127 - 1/48 H-19 Chickasaw

    I believe the proper term is "drooped tail". I remember being at the USAF Museum and they have a B painted like Hopalong, which was actually an A model. My father pointed out the drooped tail and the reinforcing bracing that goes the length of the tail.
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    Well then, I stand corrected. It's been a while since I went thru Introduction to Special Operations when this was briefed to the class. I now remember it was a stuck flare in the barrel. So who is this "Spirit 76" you mentioned?