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About Youngtiger1

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    What's the matter? CIA making you push to many pencils...
  • Birthday 01/29/1975

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    Mostly 1/32 Modren Jets, but I do have kits from other scale and subjects.

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  1. Thank you for answering the rivet inquire…again. It has been few years, but I remember you sharing your rivet creating method/knowledge. I don’t remember what kit it was but the result were just as good as above. So, thank you again for the tip.
  2. That is a nice build indeed. I am sure the new owner is enjoying it.
  3. Can you share a link of your friends wip?
  4. I thought the G and H fuselage are the same?
  5. Sounds great. I hope you will consider the Israeli jet with all those test markings.
  6. Arnaud, I understand where you are coming from. After all you have you think about business. 1/32 is great to have but compare to 1/48 or 1/72 it’s sales are down. I was in your website but found not find your email. Perhaps viewing on my iPhone might create limitations. So, can you provide email addy so we can continue to chat off board? TIA
  7. Hey Arnaud, I was wondering if there is a consideration of making QF-4 conversion and F-16 Anti-spin chute sets in 1/32. To be honest, I would love to have your F-15 (Next Gen, NASA) sets in 1/32 as well for the Tamiya Eagle. Anyway, thanks for doing odd stuff that no one else is touching. 😉
  8. Looking great. These weapons will sure make this jet stand out.
  9. Thank you for the information and clarification on the wing root guys. Very unique concept for sure.
  10. That is one sophisticated riveting tool. Must have been purchased at the UMM-USA.com 😉
  11. Doh, read that and still though of it as a kit. I suppose the model version of this is probably similar in parts and design. Well, it still looks cool!!
  12. Are those giant slats at the wing roots? I have never seen anything like it. Great work as the end result is superb and I love the test markings.
  13. Question about your reprints, do you have them printed as same number of sheets as originally or do the get downsize (quantity vise) and are similar to limited rerelease? TIA
  14. I know it’s an old thread 2018but I just had to comment on the finished model…wow! Love it! You have mad skills with soldering iron.
  15. Just catching up with all the armor stuff here and nice work Rod. You sure know how to fix kits up real good. I love the paint job as it looks very smooth finish before the weathering process. I like it a lot. May I ask what color you used and how you applied it? TIA. Mike
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