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k5ikl

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    Amarillo, Texas
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    World War II, Korean and Vietnam era 1/48 and 1/32
    aircraft. I throw in a modern jet every now and then for the heck of it.

    Also I am a amateur (ham) radio operator.

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  1. I use Chrome and the back button takes me back to the forum discussions page okay but I notice that the thread that I just read disappears. Treats it like it is a "read" item and deletes it. Haven't figured that out yet. Jerry
  2. Sent you a PM with an offer on the F-16.
  3. Okay. $110 is a bit hefty for that old Hasegawa kit.
  4. Is that $110 for each kit or for both? I am only interested in the F-16.
  5. Lost a National Treasure.

    I believe there is one of the survivors here in Amarillo. I remember seeing an article in the newspaper about him around the time of the last anniversary of the Indianapolis sinking. Jerry
  6. Can't seem to find a seller Marke38 and there are only two 1/32 Tam F-4 Phantom "Marines" listed by two other sellers within the US. Quite a few from Hong Kong.
  7. Monday morning BUMP.....before I consider this group a lost cause on here.
  8. Which Hasegawa F-16C is it? The Ramstein boxing?
  9. After starting a year and half ago I finally got this one done. Hasegawa 1/48 F-18D Hornet of VMFA-225 "The Vikings". Used a bit of Eudard PE in the cockpit, True Detail Seats, Flying Leatherneck decals and a couple of GBU-10's from a Hasegawa weapons kit. Using post image for the first time to replace Photobucket. Jerry
  10. Yes, the "A" version clear parts would work okay too. I did send a request to Revell last week but have not hear back from them as of yet. I used a kit and part number from their last release of the "C". We shall see. Jerry
  11. Test

    I just signed up on postimage to see how it works. Uploaded this one to it. Seems to be a lot easier to use than Photobucket.
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