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  1. Mongo's Massive Stash Sell-Off continues… This time it's: Just Jets Part II; The "Other Guys".. Condition: All items are complete and un-started unless specified otherwise. Codes: o = box and bags open (contents inventoried, any exceptions noted. oibs = box open, inner bags factory sealed msib - manufacturer sealed in original box Trades: I have only a few trades I'm interested in as follows: Airfix 1/48 Ju 87B-2 AO7115 (will trade for Airfix Ju 87B-1 AO7114) Roden C-123K #058 (will trade for Roden C-123B USCG #062) Classic Airframes Baltimore #41
  2. My 20 year-old half-used jug of "Future" floor care is starting to coagulate and is no longer usable. I know there has been much discussion of this for the last few years but can't find anything using a quick search (ok, I'm just lazy...). What is the name that it now marketed under and where can I buy some? TIA Mongo
  3. Mongo's Massive Stash Sell-Off continues... We resume today with: (Almost) EVERYTHING Messerschmitt! But first the disclaimers... ROE: Price: The price I paid is your price. Some prices are below my cost and are adjusted to be competitive with eBay and Amazon. If you find the exact item on-line by a "real" retailer (Sprue Brothers, Squander, Hannants, etc. - eBay "stores" etc. don't count) for less (their regular discounted price) I'll beat it by 10%. Consideration given to multiple purchases. Offers entertained, insults ignored. Prices in USD. First p
  4. This kit # 9066. US seller only. Shipping to 45102. Thanks.
  5. A little drop of super glue makes nice insulators. Paint it white after it cures. Also, I use fine "smoke" colored "invisible" thread for antenna wire; it's used for hemming pants and is available at any sewing shop. I use a single edge razor to carefully "split" the top of a post antenna and lay the thread into the vee created. Put in a dab of super glue and pinch together until cured. If the antenna wire terminates into a fin, wing top of fuselage, make an insulator with a "cone" created with a bit of round Evergreen/Plastruct stock with a fine hole drilled into it. Anchor with sup
  6. BTW Mike, if your deal with other respondents falls through, I have one of those kits available if you still need one. Mongo
  7. "My dog ate my F-117..." A likely story, Mike... Mongo
  8. I am looking for the B-28 gravity nukes from the Modelcollect B-52G (UA72207). I have another release of this kit that includes the ALCMs and would like to trade those for the B-28s. Alternatively, I'll buy your leftover B-28s if you're willing to part with them as well as any associated bomb bay parts. Please e-mail me direct: mongo01 -at- twc -dot- com TIA Mongo Cincinnati
  9. I am looking for the B-28 gravity nukes from the Modelcollect B-52G (UA72207). I have another release of this kit that includes the ALCMs and would like to trade those for the B-28s. Alternatively, I'll buy your leftover B-28s if you're willing to part with them as well as any associated bomb bay parts. Please e-mail me direct: mongo01 -at- twc -dot- com TIA Mongo Cincinnati
  10. Greets All; I am collecting information for a somewhat ambitious modeling project and have encountered questions I cannot answer from my resources. Therefore I come here to the Great Source of Knowledge and Truth... Since the specific aircraft I want to model are not represented in aftermarket (or kit) decals I have to cobble together my own collection of markings. I have gone to my collection of aftermarket decals and found a wide variety of sizes of insignia and code letters; those sources only raise more questions... 😕 Was there a "standard" size for RAF lette
  11. Thanks for the informative response. I have some additional questions in researching for my project. Would it be possible to continue this discussion privately? If you are interested, please e-mail me directly at: mongo01 -at- two -dot- com Thank you Jeff
  12. Greetings All; I'm embarking on a project to research and make a model of an MS.406 aircraft flown by Polish pilots during the Battle of France May-June 1940. My background, understanding and resources for the French AF are minimal. I'm hoping that the Great Storehouse of Knowledge among ARC members can give me some insight and direction: 1. How was the French AF organized in May 1940? Can anyone explain the nomenclature/abbreviations used for the various units? 2. From my observations, it appears that there was no "standard" camouflage pattern for French airc
  13. Buongiorno! Thank you for your response to my posting. Can you please tell me the issue numbers of the Replic magazines you are offering and at what price you are offering the magazines? Please respond directly to my personal e-mail: mongo01@twc.com Grazie, Jeff Cramer Cincinnati, USA
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