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Wolf Buddee

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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. Congratulations on retirement and welcome to the forums! Cheers, Wolf
  2. Happy Birthday Gentlemen! All the best and much health, happiness, and prosperity! Cheers, Wolf
  3. I dunno Bill, the fish look great but if it were me, I'd invest in a bigger boat! Cheers, Wolf
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. The last time I flew with British Airways it was on the Concorde. Given the chance again I'd do that in a heart beat! Cheers, Wolf
  7. Fantastic work John! Got t' say though, this all looks hauntingly familiar........ I'm going to have to get back to my Corsair once I get my Tiger 1 finished. Cheers, Wolf
  8. Gorgeous work Miloslav! Could you slide back the canopy and let the cockpit breathe? I need to look inside Sir! Cheers, Wolf
  9. What a phenomenal build and well deserving of each and every award! Cheers, Wolf
  10. Absolutely beautiful Bill! Of course one wouldn't expect anything less from the Lawlor Works Department. I'm going to look forward to seeing these beauties get some colour. Cheers, Wolf
  11. I'm in a very similar place Kevin. I too tend to be a lot more selective nowadays. I have more than a lifetime of kits in the stash, especially in 1/48th scale, but I went with the late Felixstowe as it's a kit I've wanted for a long time. I'd probably have bought one or two more but for me the real killer is the 30% exchange rate between the CDN and US dollar. Maybe that's a blessing in disguise! Cheers, Wolf
  12. Oh, that's the easy part my friend. It starts going south when the words "what's a Felixstowe" are uttered! Cheers, Wolg
  13. Just go to the regular WNWs website and look up kit sets. The prices are still the original figures. It shows a late version Felixstowe was normally $269.00 US. On sale now for $139.00 US. So with exchange and shipping it works out to roughly $244.00 Cdn. Still cheaper than $269.00 US before shipping! Cheers, Wolf
  14. Yup, got the e-mail as well. I finally broke down and bought the late version of the Felixstowe! Oh my goodness what have I done? Not to mention what the Mrs. is going to say? Two words come to mind. Justifiable Homicide. Anyone have a spare room I can sleep in? Cheers, Wolf
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