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  1. I'm not familiar with them, but if there's a kit you're interested in, I'd suggest you look it up on scalemates. The scalemates entry for the kit will show its history, so you should able to tell where the plastic came from. HTH Stacey
  2. FYI, Scott Zuibeck is rebelalpha on eBay.
  3. I'm the same kind of modeler - er, assembler. 🙂
  4. I don't have this problem, because my skills don't improve... 🙂 Also, I am much more casual than most modelers, in that the only research I usually do is to read is the instructions. I'm not too interested in the history of the subject, either the particular subject I've modeling or the basic variant. I just like putting plastic together. Stacey
  5. I would be a bit careful with paper towels that had liquid cement on them, as it is flammable. Once it evaporated, I agree with the others: I think you can just toss it. Stacey
  6. Be nice to see pics! Perhaps I should start another thread, pics of your non-model hobbies/passions. Your comment reminded me of an episode of the Swedish TV series Wallander. Kurt Wallander, the protagonist, is an avid music lover and has a large collection of LPs. At some point someone asks him how many he has, expecting an approximate answer like 2000. Wallander knows the exact number he has - I can't remember if it was a little more or a little less than 2000. Stacey
  7. I know this is not the main topic, but 7500 LP's sounds like one cool collection!
  8. Thanks for the info. I had seen some reviews on Amazon that indicated that you could not cut anything unless you subscribed. Apparently, that is not the case. Stacey
  9. Some photos. Hope I can get direct image links to work. Sorry, but my stash is spread out.
  10. No, I won't, but I will echo the thoughts of STORM and admit that the anticipation of building the stash is part of the enjoyment of the hobby. I just counted, and I have about 550 kits, and that doesn't count the roughly 140 that I've decided to sell.
  11. I use the same as Richard, and will second his comment on the importance of safety in this hobby. Stacey
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