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  1. Wow. It's just sitting there abandoned... sad. Thanks for sharing.
  2. Thanks again Habu2. What really cool machines! Ernie A.
  3. What an interesting story! Thanks for sharing Hotdog. Ernie A.
  4. If I'm not mistaken, you're referring to the one with lots of wheels. At least that's the one I've seen... The orbiter on its transport would be a great diorama, wouldn't it? I'm sure that someone out there has already done it or is in the process of doing it. Thanks for the help habu2. Ernie A.
  5. Habu2, thanks for linking the book titles. That's an amazing set of reference books. It's going on my wish list. Ernie A.
  6. Spaceman, Thank you for the pictures. Great reference. Also, thank you for linking your ET build. WOW! What an amazing job detailing the ET. Your build will be a great reference. Again, thank you so much for sharing. Ernie A. In Texas.
  7. Great spaceman. Thank you. Whenever you can get to it is fine. Ernie A.
  8. Hi, Correct, not the transport barge, but the transporter in which the ET was moved around horizontally. From MAF it was moved inside the barge using the transporter in question and once at the Kape, it was moved into the VAB where it was stacked. All pictures on the web show it to be colored yellow. thanks, Ernie A.
  9. Hi, I am not familiar with this book. I will do some research on it. Thank you. Ernie A.
  10. Gang, I've been scouring the web to no avail for information regarding the External Tank transport used to move ETs from MAF to the Cape's VAB. I've found a variety of pictures, but I'd like to find drawings or references that may contain dimensions. Any help is appreciated. Thanks, Ernie A.
  11. Hello Gang. Here's an update on the S.55 with the major assembly done and waiting for primer. Here are some shots of the scratch mooring cart. Also awaiting primer of the "metal" parts. the wood will be stained and aged later. Thanks for looking. Ernie A.
  12. Hello Gang. Please pardon the double posting. I had posted in the sale and trade forum, but I thought I would have better luck reaching the chopper guys here. I've been resisting buying kits throughout this lock down pretty successfully, but I don't know what the hell bit me... choppers are not my thing, but I can't shake this kit out of my head. Looking for one of the releases of the Sikorsky H-19. I would prefer to trade or even a partial trade, but would buy if the price is modest. In order of preference: Italeri UH-19 (with floats)
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