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hworth18

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About hworth18

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  • Birthday December 12

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

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  1. Great job!! Looks like a Liberator to me!!
  2. Very nice! Is this the Hasegawa or Trumpeter kit?
  3. Amazing build! It really says something when the pictures of the model look like the real thing.
  4. Beautiful build, amazing work!!! Congrats on a superior build.
  5. This may be an opportunity for ZM to offer an aftermarket finishing kit. Just enough parts to finish the second one..lol
  6. I'd like to not see the raised area from the decal or I would probably do that. I'll just try the tape method to remove like suggested and sand it down until smooth. Thanks so much for the replies!!!
  7. I have a Hasegawa Dora I built/painted a few years back and I was never really happy with the results. I don’t want to waste the model so I’m seriously considering a partial repaint. The base scheme is mostly ok but I’d have to make a few paint changes in some areas and re-decal parts of the fuselage. My question is what is the best way to remove the decals? The existing decals were laid down on top of future (klear) then another coat of future was applied and then sealed with a clear flat lacquer. I’m thinking of sanding the decals off but I’d like to hear others opinions or techniques. Thanks! Harry
  8. I decided to take the plunge and found a great deal out of Japan. Now all I need is to wait for it to get here.
  9. Thanks! I'm a little disappointed that the oblique cannon is just an add-on barrel and not an assembly, but I would imagine having an assembly would require lots of additional tooling for just one rare variant. I think I'll add this to my list.
  10. Did I miss something? Is PCM back/still in business?
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