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  1. Kursad, I just got my copy yesterday. Excellent job as usual, but you really need to sell the small common sheet separately, as the decals in these kits are completely unusable (just plain wrong and also at the end of their useful lives). You can only build 2 kits with the sheet and I have 4 F-94A/Bs and a couple of RT-33s that can use the same insignia, stencil and USAF decals. In any case, can't wait for the second part. Deniz
  2. Thanks a lot for the support. I am currently working on a walk around section for both the ship itself and the aircraft for the website. We have a lot of Hornet veterans, who no longer can make the drive or flight to the area, and we wanted to let them experience the ship and the museum as much as possible. As for the galleries, I don't want to give away too much but I already have about a thousand more photos that have not been seen by the public before and I will upload them as quickly as possible. We are also continuing to digitize our archives and will have a lot more stuff lined up.
  3. Hello guys, I am really proud to announce the USS Hornet (CV-12) Museum Department's archives is now online and open to the public. The website's address is http://www.usshornetmuseum.org and we also started a blog "Hornet Buzz" at http://www.usshornetmuseum.org/hornetbuzz/ to announce website updates and talk about the photo collections. Please check the website and the blog regularly as we are planning to update the website with new photo collections and documents every few days in the near future. Without further ado, here is more information about the website: The USS Hornet Museum
  4. I guess I had to reply to this thread as someone who has grown up building these PM kits as a kid in Turkey. Unfortunately, during that time, these were the only affordable and easy-to-find kits around and although everybody mostly hated them even then, there wasn't an alternative until the model kit business suddenly exploded after the first Gulf War and every little toy shop was filled to the brim with Italeri and ESCI kits. After that many years and completely scraping those kits from my memory, the first time I saw one of them in a hobby shop here in the US for $10+, I was just beyond sho
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