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  1. Its maybe sacrilegious to admit and it won't happen, and people will get red in the face for me even mentioning it, but I'd love to see some armor in 32. Decent kits too, not rubberband tracked snap-togethers. If Tamiya—or anyone else for that fact—did this I'd buy whatever they'd be willing to press out. At the least, I'd like to see the Hind-D in 32. Actually any of the giant or killer choppers for that fact.
  2. LOL, now everyone will know the reason for my divorce. This hobby is proving to be much like a cocaine habit... just a lot more expensive. Btw, I'm not that versed on WWI aircraft, but the moment I saw this built in Air Modeller's Guide to Wingnut Wings, I was hooked.
  3. Amen! Alas I'm but a pauper with a dream and a bottle of glue. Anyway, thanks for the heads up on how to differ the two. I'll definitely check those instructions out.
  4. Thanks, so this is basically the way of identifying block productions and/or identifying a variant of that era. Of course, given the time period, pretty much every plane was a variant of the one before (intended or not) :^] Looks like I'll have to dig deeper in finding out which AEG G.IV I want then. Thanks again.
  5. What's the difference with Wingnut models that are listed as early vs. late? Specifically, I'm looking to purchase the AEG G.IV but I'm not sure if this is about the plane or the release of the kit. Thanks in advance.
  6. Wow, thanks for quick reply and the photos. I can hardly believe those engines on the Blériot Bl-75 are even real. Maybe it's the props, but they look like some kind of placeholder, but on the other hand, given that most engines (in that era) looked like an industrial appliance, they're still really cool.
  7. I was wondering if anyone could identify the two large planes at the bottom of this image? Just in case the above image link is borked, here it is on Pinterest :: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/11610911514405603/ Thanks much.
  8. Just added a new item to the list on page 1; Master Details new nose defroster assembly.
  9. Yuppers! Cycling is like a cocaine habit, just a lot more expensive. My skinny bike is a mid-range frame and though $tupid expensive still nowhere near the price for some of the bikes that show up at local group rides. Anyhow, my stash and guilt is growing at an unreasonable rate but I'm still stoked a Gotha landed in my collection. Especially before the remaining Earth's inventory retreats into that heart-wrenching area of the Amazon titled, "Available from these sellers".
  10. Just added Master Details new Control Columns to the item list on the first page (response #13) of this thread.
  11. Oh wow, so since this is the case there appears to be a choice for builders of the HKM B-17G kits to keep them 'as-is' out of the box. I've been debating on whether or not to stagger these waist gunners. Thanks!
  12. I've always heard and seen the waist gunner positions on the B-17 being staggered, but this picture appears to show otherwise :: http://media.defense...F-1234S-003.JPG Here's the article where the photo resides. It's 10th pic in the gallery :: http://www.nationalm...g-fortress.aspx Understandably there are ton of variants but could this pic be from a different kind of bomber altogether? The belly gunner makes me believe it's still a 17 but I'm no expert. Were there any other bombers that had a belly turret like this? If it is a 17, why aren't waist gunners staggered? ~Chaz
  13. I'm not trying to be rude or funny, but Milk run? Blocks?? I imagine blocks would be a reference to a series of planes built in a certain time period, so they would share common traits ... is that right? Milk run is something I've never heard of. So please, do tell!
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