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  1. dekon70

    1/48 Glenco J2F Duck

    Great looking build. I think the Duck is such a cool aircraft. Here's a little inspiration:
  2. dekon70

    1/48 Italeri (Kinetic)Grumman S-2E Tracker

    Sorry Pappy, I do not remember how much weight I put in. I taped up all the major assemblies and added the weight behind the cockpit bulkhead. The PE set really spices the cockpit up. Are you going to open the ditching hatches to see all the work you put into the cockpit?
  3. dekon70

    1/48 Italeri (Kinetic)Grumman S-2E Tracker

    Looking good. Love the work you did on the search light. My Stoof is sitting on the shelf of doom after it took a header off my work bench. Busted the wings up. Your post is making me feel like I have to work on it.
  4. Are you serious? I'm kind of in shock.
  5. dekon70

    1/72 Bandai PG Millennium Falcon

    Very nice!
  6. dekon70

    Ferrari 312 F1 1967, Chris Amon.

    I do not know how I missed this build, but all I can say is OUTSTANDING!
  7. dekon70

    Aoshima Lamborghini Aventador

    Looks good!
  8. dekon70

    Hasegawa 1/48 F4U-7 Corsair

  9. dekon70

    Ban Dai 1/144 AT-AT

    Nice! The weathering looks spot on.
  10. Great looking build!
  11. dekon70

    1/1000 Bandai 2199 Yamato

  12. dekon70

    Takom Merkava Mk1 Hybrid

    Very nice!
  13. So I uploaded the XML from this LUT builder(Bailey Fullarton) on Flikr. He charged $10 USD for the parts list and instructions. On BrickLink the cost was anywhere from $533 to $1900 USD depending on the store; and that was for 212 out of 235 lots. No wonder why LEGO did not approve it. I know that if LEGO produced it it would be a bit cheaper. So it looks like I'll be holding off on a LUT build for now.
  14. Well it looks like the Lego did not approve the LUT. To bad, I think it would have made a really nice piece to display the Saturn V on. I know I was hoping it was going to be approved.