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    Steven Brown

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    1/72 scale Cold War and modern aircraft, all types, all services, all nations.

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  1. Turns out it's a supply chain issue. Think commercial market vs. consumer market. LINKAGE
  2. Here are some troubleshooting ideas. LINK
  3. I don't have much toilet paper, but I do have two facecloths and a washing machine. ๐Ÿ˜ Steven Brown Scale Model Soup
  4. I'll be looking forward to this in 1/72nd!
  5. Did you notice that they have a phone number on their web site? Might be worth a call. 570-483-6918
  6. If I may suggest a few subjects for y'all's new companies: 1/48 P-51D 1/48 Bf-109 series 1/35 M1A2 TUSK II 1/35 Tiger 1/35 Pz.Kpfw. IV series LOL ๐Ÿ˜‚ Steven Brown Scale Model Soup
  7. Nice write-up of the KH kit on The Modelling News.
  8. And soon we'll have new-tool models of the Mohawk in 1/72 scale!
  9. If I may, it would be cool to have marking for the engine covers when sufficient references exist. ๐Ÿ˜Ž
  10. When you turn your attention back to the C-46 markings (72093), it would be nice to have markings for one or two WW2-era aircraft. It's surprising that the Commando has been so poorly served by the aftermarket community.
  11. Some time ago Minicraft announced a new LC-130 in 1/144. LINK
  12. How about the grey Blue Angels KC-130? LINK (Grab the image while you can!)
  13. I love this idea! I shared it this morning via my Facebook page. Steven Brown Scale Model Soup
  14. Yeah, it really is hard to say. In true scale theyโ€™d likely be incredibly fine, much finer than any 1/48 kit on the market today. As a point of reference, study up-close photos like this one and imagine how narrow and shallow theyโ€™d be in scale. LINK Steven Brown Scale Model Soup
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