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About Troy Molitor

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  1. Troy Molitor

    S-3B Viking - scratchbuilt

    Another epic build going on here Ben. Just like Alex’s build, this is truly amazing to see come alive from nothing but a dream to this level of completion. Well done and thanks for sharing this awesome journey with us. Troy.
  2. Troy Molitor

    1/32 Marauder

    Man. The talent level here is beyond 99% of us, Alex. With that little mention you’re multiple great photo posts combined with the new printed surfaces make is seem we’re right there every step of the way on YOUR build. This is seriously exciting to see come alive with every new post. Thanks a millon for sharing this epic aircraft build build with us Alex. Troy.
  3. Troy Molitor

    ODK Clear Zero

    This looks an awful lot like the Tony A6M2 kit under a new name and clear plastic? Just a guess here. Troy.
  4. Troy Molitor

    New, clean topic: HB B-24 Test Shot Photos

    I seriously get a real kick of enjoyment reading through all these posts when I’m off traveling for work. The one comment in particular that stood out amoung the majestic sea of banter was a reference to looking back just five years ago. Right? This makes you think we live in a wonder new renaissance for our scale preference. I really look forward to this Liberator “beast” sitting on someone’s bench getting all the aftermarket items stuffed into it they can find. Same with the stressed skinned, not stressed skinned “other” four engined beast. (Please don’t forget).. We will likely soon witness 5 or 6 pages of back & forth endless banter about what color/ no color the interior should be from which stringer to which longeron and from what factory produced a specific Liberator variant! I love all you geeks out there passionately getting their two cents worth of information across no matter what side of the isle your on. We generally keep it civil (which I really admire on LSP). Then perhaps a wee few get their panties in a wad and pout off the site because they’re in a minority in thinking, only to see their names logged in on another day. Usually, within 24hrs they’re checking out all the excellant “new” banter, all over again. The moderators on our LSP, are all saints! Seriously. Carry on and hopefully you geeks won’t be supergluing your fingers together this evening! Kindest regards from wonderful Guilin, China! Troy
  5. Troy Molitor

    New, clean topic: HB B-24 Test Shot Photos

    Gent’s, Gal’s, A wonderful kit for the masses to start with at a reasonable price. Plus 1. HB will likely sell many more of these kits at a reasonable price then one for two or three times the amount suggested. Plus 2 A canvas for the serious modelers to build upon and spend hours of fun with. Plus 3. An aftermarket heaven for all those cottage industry makers to stuff in and outside of this awesome iconic aircraft. Plus 4. Endless amount of fodder for those who think it should be detailed as much as another company might have invested into it. Plus 5 (if your into that sort of thing). We might never see an injected molded B-24 for the rest of our lives. I’m happy for 4-5 good things in life. I wish you all hours upon hours of enjoyment out of this iconic WWII. Carry on on and have fun with it. Troy
  6. Troy Molitor

    Can you believe this???

    Most important thing is NO one got injured. Accidents will always happen. This was a large scale accident however. The second thought that comes to mind. I wonder if they might stencil a red silhouette of an F-16 on the surviving F-16? A groung kill. A little Saturday morning humor. Sorry!
  7. Troy Molitor

    Lavochkin 7

    Oh man. That is such an awesome build. Thanks for sharing William. Troy
  8. Troy Molitor

    Monogram Piper Tri Pacer VH-OLD

    Well done Eric. I’m always impressed with your genre of subjects. Regardless of which one you choose, they are all superbly done after you have some time with them. The Tripacer, the Peashooter are a few of my favorite subjects. Well done. regards, Troy
  9. Troy Molitor

    1/32 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IXc, Revell

    Well done Jarda. I’ve been looking at the new Revell Spitfire at my local hobby shop here in Singapore. Troy
  10. Troy Molitor

    1/32 ZM Horten 229 / Eday 2018

    Karim, that is one wonderful model you have shown us. Thank you for sharing this with us. I must admit it brings an instant smile when you see a model like this. Well done. What’s next? Troy
  11. Troy Molitor

    Kawanishi N1K1 Kyofu Type 11 Rex

    Fantastic efforts here Mark. We’re getting close on this one. Thanks for sharing this epic build with us. Troy
  12. Troy Molitor

    Vancouver B.C. Show pics

    Oh my. So awesome. Thanks for sharing William. B.C. Canada is such an awesome place. One of several favorites places on our lovely planet i could live there tomorrow. I really like that killer La-7! Well done and and thanks again for sharing these picture with us. Troy m
  13. Troy Molitor

    ZM Ki-45 to be Available at Telford!

    Is there anyone that might be going to the Telford show and they could pre order one kit for me even if you’re not interested in the Ki-45? So Jealous. Looking forward to you guys showing us a picture of the the big ZM box in hand with a grin from ear to ear. You old dawgs! Lol.
  14. Hi John,

     

    can you you let me know the price on the Erla front end?   I need two sets and one photoetch recent set.  Thank you

     

    troy 

    1. Pastor John

      Pastor John

      No yet - just made the mould - will know price in next few days but it will not be expensive

    2. Pastor John

      Pastor John

      Troy I do not handle orders here - I have no way to file anything - please email me at aimsmodels1@gmail.com as it says on my website and we can go from there. Yes I now know the price of the cowl part - £6.00 each. Do you not want to wait for the late war 109 decal sheet? I should have it in about 2 weeks time, thanks

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