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About Jack

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  • Birthday 08/01/1954

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    down south in the Netherlands....:O)
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    retired "pilot's pest"(air traffic control), flying too infrequently PPL, woodworking and other heavy duty stuff, professional grand pao since '15, and feeling like having too less the time to do it.....oh, and ofcourse 1/32nd scalemodelling......yeah right!!!!

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  1. sorry, i agree to disagree on this one.....
  2. Thanks for the info Radu, i was just wondering why this "insert" wasn't just a solid part of the 51D wing, hence the thought of a 51A or B wing. I am a Mustang "nut" but apparently not such a expert on the subject. J.
  3. Don't know if that would be the outcome, but why don't you try it anyway you want, because if the old one would disappear, you may always install it again.
  4. Maybe this issue has already been discussed in the past, but on opening this ZM P51D/K kit, and inspecting the sprues, i saw a specific insert for the wingroot leading edge to be glued in place at the front end of the wing , the insert being the wider shape as for a 51D wing, were the A en B's had ofcourse a different shape, so would this be an indication for a future ZM P51B?? HTH, Jack.
  5. Yes sir, sign in as usual, in the upper righthand corner your present avatar and name will appear, use the drag down and go to profile. Your present avatar is now in the left hand upper corner, with a "button" saying profile foto, click and you'll be able to change or add or remove the avatar.
  6. I guess your indicating new ownership is referring to the Luftwaffe taking over "operations"...?
  7. Impressive, looking forward to your Choctaw conversion set, would be great to be able to change the Wessex into the Sikorsky "grand father"
  8. Hi, at first i couldn't see an image, afterwards only apparently the upper part of it (blue sky), but on activating it a second time, again no image, and just right now it's showing: Have to say it's a very interesting "composing" presentation!!
  9. Right.....that's obvious, thanks Andy, hoped it wouldn't be the case but it sadly does.
  10. Magnifico!!! Truly a great build, especially the livery which is indeed awesome Jack.
  11. Indeed a great start, anxious to see the end result, and speaking of end result: does anyone know of this same spine-issue in the upcoming or already released Revell two seater? Jack
  12. Same here, has lots and lots of fine detailing, at some point a bit too much imho, like the diveflap construction which is abundant of PE parts. That particular aspect might delay me building it, but we'll see Jack
  13. Actually Larry together with Sazo knez founded the pre-LSP site before it was renewed after a dispute they both had, and went separate ways, but both were at the birth of this great large scale society. Jack
  14. looking very , very good, i like your end result very much, good job!!!
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