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BradG last won the day on November 19 2018

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About BradG

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  • Birthday 01/04/1984

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  1. Next up is Matt (Vynce804) with his colourful Junkers 88. Super job mate. Link to build thread;
  2. Really nice mate. Sorry about the delay in getting you to the gallery, I will do that now.
  3. I don't have a picture, but it's the PCM Macchi Mc 202. Worst 60 bucks I've ever spent.
  4. chrish is back with a double, this time with his English Electric Lightning. Mighty sharp. Link to build thread;
  5. Looks great mate. I will add you to the gallery.
  6. Welcome along. I look forward to seeing your build take shape!
  7. Blackbetty is next over the finish line with his rather good looking little MiG-9. Nice job, especially on the NMF! Link to built thread;
  8. Nice one, it's a good looking little jet. I will add you to the gallery.
  9. Brian (Mr b) is up next with his Grumman A-6A Intruder. Super job. Link to build thread;
  10. No problem Brian, I'll still put you in the gallery with a couple of pics.
  11. Some nice colour schemes for them.
  12. In a perfect world Dean. In reality, Gino who is an immigrant, who'd been fitting Commodore headlights on the production line for 25 years is now out of work and no one wants to employ him anymore because he's over 50. I mean no offense, but sometimes what economists think is good for the country is far from what is actually good for it. Lower prices aren't always everything and paying more for a locally built car is easier when you have a job as opposed to paying less for an imported car when you're under or unemployed. What Australia should have done was protect it's manufacturing base, much how Japan has protected it's car manufacturing base.
  13. On the other hand Dean, you take the tariffs off imported cars and watch as your car manufacturing industry along with all the parts suppliers dies a long, slow death as it did in Australia. My old man was in the car industry and sat on one of the workers unions or whatever, he remembers in about '87 how all the bosses were agreeing they could compete with cheap imported cars. He was like, yehhhh no, that's gunna kill the car industry one day. It did.
  14. Brian (Out2gtcha) knocks one out of the park with his what if Afrika Corps Dornier 335. Smashing job! Link to build thread;
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