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  1. Probably shouldn't start this now but it's pretty well along. I am going to fix and redo the 1/72 Revell, Ace, A-6E as an A-6B Mod-0 hopefully with AOA decals as a VA-196 Main Battery B model. I have the seats in and cut down awaiting new head rests, the structures on the rear deck added and I cut off the obtruding "lump" that was in between the tail hook, it was up as far as the lump just before it. I also almost took my thumb with it, new X Acto blades are SHARP! Just back from ER 2:30 this morning, only 2 stitches luckily. More sanding then more scratch building.---John
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