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  1. I bought Pascal's Rufe conversion as well. The cockpit parts were simply copies of Tamiya's A6M5. I think Eduard had a pretty comprehensive PE set; it may have been for a Hasegawa Zero.
  2. Considering what is currently being asked (and often fetched) online for these kits, one could argue that they were priced low.
  3. The last line of WNW's news... "We wish to thank our incredibly talented team and all those that have supported Wingnut Wings over the years." Sure sounds like a goodbye to me.
  4. Why not have your dio recreate a photo. Display them side by side.
  5. You can still get Halberstadts at retail prices. Kitlinx lists the early version as "in stock". https://www.kitlinx.com/cgi/display.cgi?item_num=WNW32049&title=Halberstadt-CL.II-(Early)-(END-OF-INVENTORY)
  6. It snowed in western New York yesterday.
  7. Glad to see these, Damian. I thought perhaps you'd forgotten those Shinden legs I sent a while back!
  8. Both the USPS and UPS have shipping calculators available online. The only caveat is that you need an accurate scale to determine weight. I always comparison shop; my experience is that the USPS is cheaper about 95 percent of the time.
  9. I'm not much of a jet guy, but a B-58, F-111, and SR-71 would be must haves for me. As far as those Monogram biggies, don't forget the B-1!
  10. That's some beautiful work there, Sophie! I especially like the rust on the exhausts.
  11. I have two of the wooden JH jigs. I use them all the time. I glued cork gasket material on the support surfaces instead of the supplied rubber. I've found that they come in very handy when transporting models, too.
  12. Their "About us" section lends me to believe they are to be 3D printed.
  13. Congrats, Brian. What a setting!
  14. Pricey, but highly detailed... https://www.neomega-resin.com/pw-r-2800ab-style-319-p.asp
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