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Jack

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About Jack

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  • Birthday 08/01/1954

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    down south in the Netherlands....:O)
  • Interests
    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. Monogram released the Gazelle/Blue Thunder in the past, 1/32 scale, could be converted into a descent helo, i still regret selling it .......
  2. think it's a "wanna-bee" Storch, scaled down replica maybe?
  3. wow, that is looking very "operational", like it very much, you did a good job Eric
  4. Welcome Tom, and i'm sure you'll have lots of fun between us loonies
  5. Here's a lay-out of parts and sprues, especially to give you "nay-sayers" an impression of what it looks like. I must say i've never owned a "miniart" kit, but the quality of parts is very pleasing. (btw the little miniart envelope in the lower right corner holds the PE parts for the seat belts and such):
  6. No matter what, that Mustang is looking very realistic, well done Jack
  7. Okay.......GO FISH...................................................................................................
  8. Guys...........get real and except that both your ideas/intentions/"realities" are valid at the same time: it's just the impression of kits that used to be active (or almost...) at a certain place in time and now we are presented with a opportunity to have them visualized in kit form.......RIGHT???
  9. Jeeeez, come on, it's all about historical aircraft development, and indeed it didn't come to reality, but it was a representation of what could have been, so either 32 or 35 scale in this case, isn't any problem for me, i'm expecting the kit next week, and ofcourse it's underscaled in respect to the vacform Pogo i have but it should be nice to have it next to each other (when finished, doooh)
  10. wow Maru, i appreciate your help in this very much. I think i understand Brian's situation, and it would be understandable to hold off his enterprise for a while. Thank you for your assistance, i'll give it another try, but maybe i should give it some time too. cheers, Jack.
  11. Need some advise: tried to reach the above mentioned supplier, but to no avail, made several requests at its address but received no response what so ever. I understand that facebook, and such, would be THE way to contact them, but i'm not using FB, far from it, but since LSP is also connected i've tried to make contact with them......... Any help would be appreciated, thank you J.
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