otis252

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About otis252

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  • Birthday 05/23/1956

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    McCaysville,Ga.USA
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    Mostly jets,but some props. Heavy on Marine and Navy.

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  1. No doubt it's the Harrier. Reason, there isn't one done with anything close to Jake's treatment.Period. Chuck
  2. Sounds like this is a great deal for everyone. Looking forward to seeing some of your great decals perhaps being done in 32nd scale. Thanks. Chuck
  3. Don't even mention 32nd scale. You'll never even get an acknowledgement, learned my lesson. Chuck
  4. Any news on when the links will be turned on? Thanks. Chuck
  5. Can't wait, turn those links on! I've been looking forward to this sheet for quite awhile. Thanks Jake! Chuck
  6. I can't find the website, where's the product list? Chuck
  7. So sorry for your family's loss. Good thoughts and prayers. Chuck
  8. Excellent news indeed! Chuck
  9. Glad to see the corrections are moving forward. I've got a couple of the intake lip corrections and I must say they are really effective. Seem to be really easy to use and they appear to work in correcting the misshapen intake. My advice, buy them! Chuck
  10. Absolutely awesome! Love the "newer" A-10C jets. Chuck
  11. Great news indeed! I'm in for 2 sets. Thanks. Chuck
  12. Thanks Jake, you are the man! Chuck
  13. I can speak for myself in saying this book is truly excellent. It has kindled my interest in building an A-7E, in fact I've bought an A-7D to build as well. I've also bought the AM to go along with both kits, now I only need one more thing. Jake, is there any chance of doing some A-7 decals in 32nd scale. Your 48th scale sheet is fantastic, but how about some love for the big SLUF. Thanks. Chuck
  14. Any word on a release date for the Little Birds? One of the post in this thread "by Christmas", well........... Chuck
  15. Wouldn't that be a nice size kit for1/35th scale? All that great interior equipment with those open doors. WOW! I'd be all over that. Chuck