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About hworth18

  • Birthday December 12

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    Glenpool, Oklahoma
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    Model building, diecast collecting, WWII Buff and historian.

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  1. Ok thanks! I wanted to make sure I was reading it correctly.
  2. Barkhorn, Am I reading the Super-Hobby site right that shipping to the US is basically free over $200?
  3. Any place that carries these in the US? I wished Spruebros would carry them, I don't know why they don't.
  4. It looks great to me. The Kate has a huge wingspan, so a smaller scale will be welcome for those like me that have limited display space.
  5. Wow, That's just beautiful!! Great job!
  6. Most of the 1/18 builds I've seen on here are done in this fashion. Here is an example:
  7. Here's some pics of the 1/18 BBI Zero.
  8. The A model Fw190, TBM Avenger and Zero are all later model molds and more like built models. They are all pre-built though, so you'd have to disassemble them. strip them and rebuild them.
  9. Yes, but they are all pre-builts. Only a few planes were converted into kits. You would have to buy the pre-painted model, strip it down and rebuild it. I've seen quite a few people do it, so it isn't hard.
  10. The early molds are the Me-109E, & P-51D and are VERY toyish. Many of the mid/later molds, Stuka, Me-262, Avenger, Spitfire, Fw190D, P-47D, P-40C were either influenced or completely done by Roy Sutherland and are more model-like. I believe the P-51D mold was re-tooled and improved. The Fw190A, A6m2 are done by either BBI or Merit.
  11. These kits are from the old 1/18 scale 21st Century pre-built toys. They are very toy-like but can be built into some stunning models if you have the time, patience and scratch-building skills to take one on. Good Luck!!
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