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  1. GLMFAA1

    Help in Diorama

    I am in the process of doing a diorama of the barricade landing that a fellow high school class mate was involved in. I have started it and need some help in finding decals, ideas on how to paint this scheme, any suggestions greatly appreciated since I am on a deadline. greg
  2. I am looking for 1/72 scale Phantom (Hasagawa kit) US Marines lo viz decals 1980ish style Also looking for N Z and lightning bolt for tail decal greg
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    Youngstown Air Show

    Thanks for the great pictures.
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    Youngstown Air Show

    Attended the Thunder over the Valley yesterday posted an album on fotki http://public.fotki.com/GLMFAA1/air-show-2017/ enjoy greg
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    MPC 1/72 B 29

    Thanks for all the replies, May you all have a Merry Christmas, I know a young boy who is really going to be surprised on Sunday morning greg
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    MPC 1/72 B 29

    Hi, I'm not a really into building planes and I got this kit off of Ebay for a friends son as a Christmas gift. Could you kind people help me on the lineage of this kit, Is it an Airfix? I know this was in the General Meals MPC era kit. How difficult is the build? I don't think they will paint it but will build it as a family project. greg
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    The Waltons truck

    Maybe this will help http://www.imcdb.org/movie.php?id=68149 greg
  8. GLMFAA1

    1950s Firepower Demo Eglin AFB

    One of the comments states that this air show was May 7th 1957. greg
  9. That is the search light greg
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    Scale Model World 2015 Pictures

    Thanks for the pics greg
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    cockpit 360's

    While reading about the move of the XB 70 to it's new home in Wright Pat's museum another person posted links to this site. My apology if this has been posted before, looks like it is a great reference site http://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/Visit/VirtualTour/Cockpit360.aspx greg
  12. I built this years ago for a customer straight from the box. I do not claim to be a plane modeler, expert or pilot as I have stated before, it has to have 4 or more wheels and usually red and has lights and a siren! This was a change for me. Humbrol paints airbrushed and bare metal foil for tail portions. Built with generic markings as I believe it was marked later as a gift to someone the customer knew. greg
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    Demilitarising the 1/24 Huey

    Here's a few https://www.pinterest.com/pin/6896205654184470/ http://ink361.com/app/users/ig-1756342272/lacountyfd/photos/ig-1005225003234591757_1756342272 I believe Season 6 episode 20 "Isolation" has a UH 1 in scene greg
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    Demilitarising the 1/24 Huey

    The description on the web page lists a rotor diameter of: Rotor Diameter : 43 ft 3 in and they state former military and list them as UH 1 but picture has them as 204's which I don't understand. greg
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    Demilitarising the 1/24 Huey

    My guess would be the removal of the ammo box under the rear seat, filling the feed holes and mounts for the armament, The web site for the helo company says they are former military so the pilots seats should be ok since the original model did not have armored seats, the back must have a rear facing seat as the specs from the web site say 10 passenger. I just gave mine a civilian paint scheme greg
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