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Flyingfortress

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About Flyingfortress

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    I won? There must be some mistake!
  • Birthday 02/20/1960

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    Wixom,Michigan USA
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    1:48 1:35 Aircraft, fixed wing and rotory. US only.

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  1. I hope the 133 non celebrities on the Delta jet liner that ran off LaGuardia's runway are alright.
  2. 5 hours on workdays,10-12 on days off.
  3. I know for a fact I have a few models he can have. Pretty simple kits, not Hasegawa or Tamiya quality, but starter kits to wet his whistle as they say. Let me know how things go tomorrow. If all good, let me know and I'll send some his way.
  4. Thanks guys. Bill, the Sabre was built for a resident of mine. He was actually Gabreski's plane captain.
  5. After becoming a CNA and getting hired by a great retirement community, I expanded the Veterans Model Project to focus on my residents who are Veterans. They number about 60 and nearly every week another Veteran moves in. Over the last 6 months I've built models for 7 Veterans ranging from a crew man on a sub tender to the armorer for Gabreski's F-86! The local news paper did a nice article on what became known as the Independence Village Veterans Project. A documentary producer from PBS saw the article and contacted me regarding them doing a feature on the Project. THe corporate office
  6. Looking for this kit. 1:48 scale Visible B-17 G kit. Thanks!!!!
  7. Now I remember why I stopped posting pics here.
  8. Thanks. The base is a simple wood plaque from Michaels sprayed with Krylon paint and sealed with 5 coats of brushed on Future. The insignia was laid down on the third coat. The post is a small brass road covered in bakers foil. When the light hits it just right, it looks like an acrylic rod.
  9. When I built mine I washed the plastic and air dried, wiped it down with a micro fiber rag, brushed on the Future, let cure for 2 days, buffed with a brand new diaper and finally did another coat of Future. Sounds more time consuming then it was and the model came out great!
  10. How about this one: http://www.arcforums.com/forums/air/index.php?showtopic=273908
  11. No problem. This is the 5th Libby I've built and if this is like the others, glue won't even be needed being the fit is so tight. That being said, the daughter of the lone survivor has a son who is an engineer, a husband who was a factory machinist and one of the French villagers is a wood carver. I'm thinking they'll make it fit!
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