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Ryan

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About Ryan

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  • Birthday 12/11/1969

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  • Location
    Sunny North Florida
  • Interests
    Scale Modeling.

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  1. It never occurred to me you could flip them, at least no one knows I did it! I know I did use the correct par numbers. Most of the others I tried to research seemed to have used Eduard mesh instead of kit parts. Oh well, I'm sure I can get replacements.
  2. Awe crud, no way am I getting the left one out. Thanks for checking.
  3. Yes I wondered the same thought Jennings. Someone prove me wrong, I’m pretty sure I followed the directions!
  4. I don’t think you could do that, if any of the membership can get a spare kit out and check that would be awesome!
  5. The top and bottom rails are not consitnat left to right, discovered this while working on it. If Trumpeter had done this there would be rioting in the streets. Not an easy fix in styrene. 48th F-117A by The 3rd Placer, on Flickr 48th F-117A by The 3rd Placer, on Flickr
  6. Genius, the only thing I would change is this: F-117: No Cybertruck. Search your facets... I am your father.
  7. Not so sure about this, there is a term called "trade dress" that prolly would get you into trouble. If it's a Ferrari 308 model correct in every way except the name and badge I think you would still be in hot water. And clearly by my use of the word "prolly" I'm no lawyer or grammar major.
  8. Yeah this maybe the case in some instances. Time is also a cost, I can get the parts from the ebays guys much faster.
  9. Yep, saved my butt a few times too.
  10. I agree with Thierry, but is is your model and cash sir.
  11. Daco publications on the 104 is superb.
  12. The Reid Air publication is top notch on the subject.
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