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Nachtjaeger

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About Nachtjaeger

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  • Birthday 07/03/1973

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    South Florida
  • Interests
    Drag Racing, Unlimited Air Racing, WW2 Aircraft, and model building!!!

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  1. The Hasegawa is also on the table, as ALL the Hasegawa 1/32 kitsthat I have are great in my opinion.
  2. Hey guys, its been a long time since Ive posted, life and work have kept me busy. OK I am about to drop some money on a 1/32 BF 109 G6 Late model. My question is which one in your opinion is a better kit. Revells BF109 G6 Late or Trumpeters New BF109 G6 Late kit. Thank you I would appreciate any input or experience you gentlemen might have on these model kits.
  3. I have been told by different folks everything from CA to epoxy/bondo to fill cracks............so much for just using plastic cement and Squadron Green putty.....lol. Any seasoned guys want to chime in and give a reasoning to some of the choices out there. Thanks Im always interested into learning from the members on this forum that have been modelling for years. Thanks guys.
  4. AWesome build!!! The B-25H is my favorite of all the Mitchells. I have mine from HK and i researched like crazy on which H models had blister pack .50s. According to the build info B-25H-1s serial #s 4105-4404 had only blister .50s on the right side. Those B-25H-5s serial #s 4405-4704 had blister .50s on both the left and right side of the fuselage. B-25H-10s serial #s 4705-5104 had the twin blister .50s on both side as well including the PBJ-1H. In the case of "Eating Kitty" all the pictures I found of her have her left side gun packs removed for some reason despite her serial # being 4409 which would indicate she had the twin blister .50s. Sometimes they removed them for whatever reason they saw fit. Great build!!!
  5. Bad Ass!!!I is all I can say its a beautiful build!
  6. Hey gentlemen, I was wondering if anyone has used MIG paints and sets for detailing and weathering? Are they good stuff and how much prep is needing for airbrushing with it? Thanks input is very much appreciated.
  7. Thanks for the info guys, like always this is the place for great advice and modelling tips. I will try some of these materials in my builds.
  8. Im with you man!!! I have been dying for one of the big modelling companies to bring one out. We can only hope that our prayers are answered on this one. Which company would you like to see the F7F made by? Have a preference?
  9. Ha thats because at 550 its very expensive for a kit.It will NEVER sell out. What I should have posted was that another company needs to bring out a PBY.
  10. I'm with a lot of you, we need an F7F Tigercat. I want to see an SR-71 and I know its crazy because it would be huge......a PBY Catalina. What do you guys think?
  11. What is being used these days to simulate ignition wires on radial engines? What type and what gauge wiring do you guys use? I've been told to use soldering wire, telephone wire (who's has a phone with a cord these days...) small diameter lead wire. What do you guys use?
  12. Great choice!!! I will be following this build. This A-6 is on my wish list.
  13. Hey Joe i have the kit and currently a work in progress. This is one of my favorite German WW2 warbirds. Its a very nice kit with the exception of the faults that have been discussed here and in other reviews. Its a big kit and allows for a lot of super detailing if one desires. Here is the link to my build. I have just been so busy with building a couple of cars and a new job I have not had much progress, I have all of my aftermarket parts for it so thats good. You will like the model. I recommend it if you want to build a big scale Dora. I just wish Grey Matter would make that D13 upgrade with the corrected engine cowl hood to make this kit more accurate. Good luck. http://forum.largescaleplanes.com/index.php?showtopic=53065&hl=
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