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Troy Molitor

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  1. I received numerous updates. Let me see if Martin wants me to post the new update he provided. Cheers, Troy
  2. You can all thank me. My last kit I purchased was the Silver Wings Yak-9. ICM seem destined to do the entire SW line up it seems.. Hoping for the late and early Mark Yak-9. How about out a La-5?
  3. Great build and wonderful paint scheme on this one. Thanks for sharing this with us Miloslav.
  4. I couldn’t agree more with all that has previously been mentioned. Thanks Kev1.
  5. That looks stunning mate. Love, love it. The invasion strips over painted looks spot on. Well done and keep them coming. Troy
  6. That is looking good Tom. Thanks for sharing this with us. Love the coloring going on here.
  7. Hey LSP community, This is what Martin is talking about. He is restoring the fwd cockpit armored section of the only remnant of an Hs 129 anywhere in the world that I'm aware of. The section purchased from a long ago defunct museum called Victory Air Museum located in Northern Illinois. This place had a lot of unusual items in and outside storage. I recall taking pictures of a rotten Baka Suicide bomber, a Ki-84 power plant and an experimental P-47 and a crashed PBY I recall. I also remenber a Jumo engine laying by itself in the weeds. No joke. The picture provided is yours truly sitting in the cockpit criteria mid 80"s? The armor seat back I recall was wicked heavy to pull up, Looks like RLM 65 in that wing root area? ha! Martin is also requesting some help in finding some aluminium dome headed rivets for his restoration project. A shank diameter between 1.00 to1.500mm and 1.50 to 2.00mm. Metric rivets would be great but he will also settle for standard AN rivets. I have a friend in Germany that might be able to help out whom I am in the process of contacting now. Anyway, thanks for any leads with Martins request. Cheers, Troy
  8. That does look nice. Some really nice kits coming out next year. Wow.
  9. Hey Martin, Can you PM me please? I have sat in the cockpit you are trying to restore when it was located in Illinois at Victory Air Museum way back in the 80's. I might have a picture or two for you. Kind regards, Troy
  10. Some really nice work going on here.
  11. #GETALIFE was also funny to read. The US /UK Submarine nuclear intel sharing with Australia news today was also really interesting to read about.
  12. Same here Jennings. The 92 Squadron, Robert S. Tuck would be most welcomed. I'm really looking forward to the future Kotare release.
  13. I really like the way Kotare have the box art in mind. I have researched the name on the box and it appears to be an artist named Darryl Fagg? Can't be sure reading the name. I can't seem to pull up any more information than this bit. Love the box cover on this initial release. Way to go Kotare.
  14. I have this conversion too and really looking forward to this one Shogun.
  15. It’s coming together well for you. Push through to completion! I also like the decal options you might choose.
  16. Wow. Didn’t see that one coming but, damn! Love a bold statement. All the best Kotare.
  17. Happy B-day Kev I'm assuming I'm a day late here? I need to get on a conference call with Brisbane in 15 minutes and Im pretty sure I'm a day late already! Too many, many more mate. Troy
  18. Nice collection of little bits Paolo. Great to see this in 1:32 scale. Excited to see what can be done with this great older kit.
  19. Those look great. Thanks for sharing this link.
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