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Wolf Buddee last won the day on April 3 2016

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  • Birthday 07/05/1958

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  1. Thanks for that Ron. It is a shame though, but understandable, that she won't fly anymore since the accident that saw her go turtle up in the dirt. She's a rare bird indeed but she was meant to fly. I didn't know about the rifle in the back either. Interesting bit of historical info. Cheers, Wolf
  2. No, not going to make it to San Marcos unfortunately Mike. I'm going to miss a lot of you guys though. My goal is to take in Telford for 2020. Oh, and if Brian changes his mind and does show up in San Marcos, someone is going to have to sit beside him at dinner and make sure he chews his steak really well! Cheers, Wolf
  3. Jura, thanks for sharing those incredible pictures! Seriously, though, how on earth does one navigate the entire show and manage to see everything in two days? Wow, just WOW! That's freakin' crazy! Cheers, Wolf
  4. Thanks for sharing your photos Steve! Taking in the Telford show is definitely on my bucket list! Cheers, Wolf
  5. Peter, beyond incredible work, unbelievable doesn't even describe it! Somewhere I had read that those dull lines on portions of the airframe were a reaction of the aluminum skin to a brush applied acid etch. Unfortunately I can't, for the life of me, remember it's purpose. If it's not a detail you're planning on replicating though it doesn't really matter eh? Cheers, Wolf
  6. Brilliant work as always Kent! You're always at the top of your game with your builds. Where did the upper fuselage cowling over the middle wing and forward of the cockpit opening come from? Cheers, Wolf
  7. Indeed Andy, it was way to good a deal to pass up! Now if you happen to have 2 "H" sprues but no "G" sprue let me know 'cause I can help you out. Cheers, Wolf
  8. Hi Maru! Richard did indeed remember me. Not fondly enough to send me a test shot of the new Lancaster though! Believe me I did ask, the cheeky devil that I am, I just couldn't resist. Cheers, Wolf
  9. When Wingnut Wings had their big anniversary sale I couldn't resist purchasing their fantastic Felixstowe F.2a Late kit. When the kit arrived I discovered I had 2 sprues for the upper wing but none in the kit for the lower wing assembly! I contacted Richard Alexander who forwarded my concern regarding the missing sprue to Dave Johnson. This afternoon the sprue for the lower wing assembly arrived directly to my door. That's what I call great customer service. Thank-you Richard and Dave! Cheers, Wolf
  10. As if built by the Angels themselves! Simply stunning Karim! Cheers, Wolf
  11. Indeed, Happy Birthday gentlemen! Cheers, Wolf
  12. Congratulations on retirement and welcome to the forums! Cheers, Wolf
  13. I dunno Bill, the fish look great but if it were me, I'd invest in a bigger boat! Cheers, Wolf
  14. http://smg.photobucket.com/user/Wolfram/media/Corsair-20_zpsafp8zcpb.jpg.html][/URL] I don't know if this helps Misha but for Dull Dark Green ( the rudder pedals and control stick in the photo) I use Model Master's Euro Dark Green which is a pretty good match. That is, of course, if you have access to Model Master paints and are willing to use enamel paint. Sorry if this isn't of use to you. Cheers, Wolf
  15. Hi John, Brilliant work so far. Definitely inspiring! As far as the outer wheel hubs are concerned, from what I've read, and from what you've done, I believe you got it right. I've read a lot of these Corsairs had the outer hubs painted Intermediate Blue. I'm doing Boyington's 883 and the pics sure look like the hubs are Blue. Cheers, Wolf
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