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FunkyZeit last won the day on August 9 2014

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  • Birthday 07/03/1985

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  1. Thanks boys!! Spent my day at FL410!
  2. FunkyZeit

    Checkin' in!

    Thanks a lot for the wishes gents!!!
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    Checkin' in!

    Hey folks! Been a long while since I posted on LSP! I have since had some major life changes, and I haven't had much time to work on my Corsair =( First change: I'm now a dad! March 16, baby Halle was born (pronounced like Halle Berry)! 8lbs, 13oz and 24" - the experience was.. an experience! She's healthy and very talkative already.. just like mom! Secondly, I've changed companies. After a seemingly long 7 years with the last employer, flying very old machines - I decided it was time for a change. Here's what my new gig looks like! I'm very excited, and also very terrified to fly this thing. I am not used to having a fly by wire airplane, with more screens than a theater. Jet theory is also new to me, I'm coming from turbo-props! I head down to St. Louis on Sunday to figure it all out. Keep up all the great models guys, I check all of your progress almost daily. Talk soon, Justin
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    Hasagawa 1/32 Junkers Ju87G Kanonenvogel

    Was this model spay canned? either way, well done sir! bonus points if it was spray canned Justin
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    Tamiya 1/32 F4U-1A

    Beautiful! I'm working on one of these right now! Although mine is a FAA machine. Following along Justin.
  6. Nice Chuck! Beware, trying to fit ignitions behind the exhausts is nearly impossible. I'd give that all a test fit before you commit to paint. Justin
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    Tu-95 inflight video

    I'd go with 40
  8. FunkyZeit

    Tu-95 inflight video

    Motors look just like the first iteration of AiResearch TPE series. Super cool video!
  9. FunkyZeit

    A-4C Smoker

    even modern day turboprops and fans do this as well. There was a G550 parked across the ramp a few days ago and smoke was pouring out the vents at idle. Awesome video
  10. Very nice! Bone stock, OOB is my favorite category at the model shows. I try to do one a year. They're a good way to try new techniques without that "scare" of wasting money - they're equally as good for getting that mojo back! Keep on truckin' Peter! Justin
  11. Chuck, I know exactly what you're saying. Those guys usually don't have any models in play either. I got some heat on my UHU as well.
  12. Chuck, YOB doesn't belong to me but I'm very honoured and I appreciate that. Don't sweat the small stuff. In those times, planes were modded all the time, you could almost argue any piece or part you throw onto your airplane model. Specifically on YOB, it's serialed as a LF.IXb, which in turn would signify that it should have maybe had clipped wings, different rudder and possibly a "B" wing. All of which were incorrect when I spoke to the U.K historians. I can honestly tell you, figuring out specifics for a serial number is very exhausting and not very fun. Stick with your plan, you'll much more enjoy the process. Justin
  13. Jens is correct, likely skinny gun blisters.