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PFlint

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  • Birthday 09/26/1969

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    Adirondack Mountains , NY
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    mostly WWII aircraft

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  1. http://vvs.hobbyvista.com/Research/Ordnance/FAB50/index.php I usually do mine in sort of tarmac / blacktop sort of look - semi-matt off-black (Lacquer no. 67)
  2. any more images of USS Belknap ??? (one of my favorite designs from Starship Design) and yes Thank You for posting these ^
  3. I should probably not ask the stupid question ????? is it less expensive or more expensive than the kit in a Hasegawa box ????
  4. I was liking the blue plastic right up to the point you covered it in black paint. then I was going ???? then the gray primer ????? so are going to use Light Ghost Gray and Dark Ghost Gray like on the F-14 , F-15 and F-18 ???
  5. certainly looks like a good kit and yes better than the Hobbycraft/Academy issues. my personal favorites are the XP-35B and XP-35D and of course aircraft flown by U.S.A.A.C. personnel on December 7th , 1941
  6. your diorama photo looks like a still from the movie! well done !
  7. ah ! you thought no one would notice. we see how you are now 😎
  8. Impressive ! but , why did you flop the footage of the Battlecruiser ? ( 3 cargo hatches on the portside of the front of the engineering hull,not the subspace antenna array)
  9. somebody is a master at destroying Starships ! well done I hate to see these ladies looking this way , but you are obviously good at it.
  10. DON'T screw it up ! I want to see the Excalubur later (like the Excalibur as much as the Enterprise) 😎
  11. I've built two of the Tamiya mossies , one as a PR IV and the other as a B MK IV. so the props I have leftover are the Hamilton-Standard props for the FB MK VI. you didn't specify which version you are building or what blades you need. 😈 ( the devil is in the details , ya know )
  12. I'm pretty sure you will see that if you get the Director's Cut version.
  13. if you buy the Tamiya P-47M kit you get this fin fillet and two others. along with 4 propellers ,various radio masts and parts to move the landing light to allow for the compressability flaps (also included.)
  14. I think you did better on those figures than I could have done.
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