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Tom G

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    Scale plastic builder
  • Birthday 05/21/1960

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  1. Here’s my list for 1/72 scale kits. 1. RF-8G Crusader 2. F-16XL (new tooled) 3. AD-5 (A-1E) (new tooled) 4. F5D Skylancer 5. A-20 Havoc (new tooled) Tom
  2. Sorry to hear this. RIP Lt. Col. Cole. Tom
  3. Raymond, if I understand your message, you will soon be opening a warehouse in Canada? That is good news. Will shipping charges for Canada be adjusted when it opens? thanks, Tom
  4. That’s very interesting. I can’t wait to see more photos. Being so far down there isn’t much marine life growing on it. Tom
  5. Wow, fantastic model, John. It is excellently weathered. Tom
  6. “A date which will live in infamy.” Tom
  7. If you aren’t able to resolve the issue yourself then you might consider sending the airbrush back to Badger for service. I have done it several times and the airbrushes have come back good as new. Here’s their website that explains it. http://www.badgerairbrush.com/Service-Supprt.asp Tom
  8. Beautiful work. I built the Hobbyboss FM-2 Wildcat recently and it is fun seeing what you do with yours. Nice added detail on the engine. I look forward to the next installment of pictures. Tom
  9. Tom G

    Mr. Surfacer

    Thanks, that's good to know. I'm not sure who in Canada carries it but Sealmodel has it for mail order. http://www.sealmodel.com/product_details.php?category_id=0&search_string=replenishing&search_category_id=0&item_id=2780 Tom
  10. Good news indeed! Thanks for the heads up. Tom
  11. Tom G

    Mr. Surfacer

    Thanks for the help. I was able to thin out the 1000 and 1200 using Mr. Color thinner and they are useable again. The 500 is pretty solid so I will order some Mr. Replenishing Agent and see how that goes. I appreciate the advice. Tom
  12. Hi everyone, I have some Mr. Surfacer that over time has thickened. It is 500, 1000, and 1200 type. Can I thin it back out with Mr. Color Thinner or Mr. Replenishing Agent? Is one better than the other for this? Thanks, Tom
  13. Very sorry for your loss. Tom
  14. Beautiful work. Congratulations on a great build. Tom
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