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  • Birthday 02/28/1957

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    SLC, Utah, USA, Earth, Sol System
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    Cold War USN, USAF, NATO, Flying Boats and Airliners

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  1. The Revell cockpit always looked dreadful, your method of using the Caracal decals is the first 1/144 version that looks great. Well done, my man. Now if we could get some SIOP or NMF decals. Hint, hint. 😄
  2. I'll play. 1/72 Amodel Piaggio P.180 Avanti, Italian Coast Guard 1/144 Roden C-141B Starlifter 1/144 Minicraft C-135A Stratolifter (KC-135A conversion)
  3. What in the world were the Otaki tool makers looking at when they made that humpback behind the cockpit?
  4. Early F-111As and Bs. Yes!!!!!!!! 1/72 Yes!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  5. +1 for a 1/72 Euro B-1B sheet.
  6. Well done, you build much faster than me. 🙂
  7. Excellent weathering. Random, organic, realistic. The exact opposite of the "highlight every panel line" school. Well done. Fujimi Corsairs are fantastic.
  8. Kitty Hawk 1:48 Jaguar family needs some love. Lots of users: RAF, France, Ecuador, Oman, India, and Nigeria. Lots of schemes: RAF pink, French desert, gray/green, all gray, Nigerian jungle. Most sheets now are for the RAF and France, single-seaters. Everybody used at least some of the Wagon Queen Family Truckster T.2/T.4/E versions. I've read the kit decals are sometimes off-center and hard to manage (i.e. once they hit the model they are very tough to move).
  9. Got mine last night. Looks great. Cannot wait to find a F-18B. These Early sheets are becoming a real favorite.
  10. 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.
  11. +1 on the 1/72 and 1/48 Gripen.
  12. Fantastic. Which kit? Where did you source the wheels?
  13. Fantastic job. Superb, understated weathering. Be proud. As a side note, with a warload like that, the range must be 120 miles. 🙂
  14. 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.
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