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    Cold War USN, USAF, NATO, Flying Boats and Airliners

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  1. 1/48 and 1/72 H-53 family. Everyone uses them: USAF, USN, USMC, JMSDF, IDF, Germany and more. So many schemes: SEA, engine gray, ADC gray, olive drab, USMC Land Scheme, IDF tan, USMC tactical gray . . . And tons of other schemes I forgot just now.
  2. +1 on the 1/72 and 1/48 Gripen.
  3. Fantastic. Which kit? Where did you source the wheels?
  4. Fantastic job. Superb, understated weathering. Be proud. As a side note, with a warload like that, the range must be 120 miles. 🙂
  5. Man, that is a monster! Superb model making. I love to see masters at work who show the skill of making a short run kit work. Hell, I can build Tamiya kit, but these Eastern European kits take real He-Man model making expertise. Well done.
  6. Pretty sure that Eagle is going to need two more engines. ☺️
  7. I didn't catch that. I will be on the lookout for "sugar scoop" editions of the Hasegawa kit.
  8. Mach 2? Dutch, you are a braver person than me! I built their PBM, that’s enough.
  9. Excited to try my hand at the 50 shades of fresh olive drab/dark gray/dark tan/deck tan/faded olive drab/oil stain/touch up paint jobs the U.S. Army Apache's seem to sport. Next to well worn Tomcats and Hornets, they seem to offer nearly endless weathering fun. Unless it comes straight out of the factory, no Apache seems clean. No amount of weathering is overdone! These decals will be a real hit, I predict.
  10. Whoooray!!!!!!!!! I suggested this topic back on Oct 21 in Possible New Topics. If only every aftermarket vendor was so quick. (I know, I know. It was in the plans for months.) 🙂
  11. US Army AH-64 in both 1/48 and 1/72. Kinda rare.
  12. Yes, this. AH-64 US Army decals in 1/48 and 1/72 are kinda rare.
  13. With the Prototype Concorde coming out soon, may I suggest to some enterprising silkscreen decal maker some what-if Pan Am, TWA, BOAC, American (Lightening Bolt), Braniff, Qantas, Eastern, Untied (Mainliner), Air Canada, JAL, or Lufthansa decals. The ideas are endless. RAF?
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