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Gigant

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    Building and collecting large scale model kits, classic cars, typical guy stuff.

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  1. Gigant

    You Americans will love this story

    Nice Article. We went there with some friends in '78.
  2. Gigant

    ICM Model T Ambulance

    Looks nice
  3. Gigant

    RFI - Extra 330 SC - N73KG

    Stunning! Congratulations! A refreshing change from the subdued war-bird schemes.
  4. Gigant

    Tamiya Patton tank

    Tanks!
  5. Gigant

    BF 109 walkway markers?

    Or use a red paint marker:
  6. Gigant

    BF 109 walkway markers?

    Thanks for the excellent photos and info RB! Now the next question is how to best apply the red lines.
  7. Gigant

    Coffee Table Display Cabinet for LSP’s

    Also, the website says "Delivery starting at $29!", almost half the price of the table itself, for a total of $98.99, or add $1.01 and figure $100 apiece...
  8. Gigant

    A4 Skyraiders

    Excellent job on both of them! Where did you get the markings and color references?
  9. Gigant

    BF 109 walkway markers?

    I think they look nice if you feel like adding them to your build, but not even having any such markings in my Luftwaffe references, I am skeptical that a typical war-production factory model would worry about such niceties.
  10. Gigant

    Sopwith Dolphin WnW

    Beautiful!
  11. Knowing how rubber car tires "dry rot", I would take some nice digital pictures and store them in more then one media/device (I use both storage cards and a website) and don't worry about it looking the same 100 years from now.
  12. This is the main reason I don't spring for buying very old model kits, unless I absolutely cannot get it in a more recent release, and still then I don't pay for a higher-priced "collector's special" with a perfect box, etc. The other reason is the decals. I have had too many break into pieces instead of flexing onto the curves, cracks and crevices on a typical scale model's surface. I have seen in recent reviews where Hasegawa's re-issued 1/32 "yellow-wings" kits seem to be very brittle hard plastic, indicating old stock, re-packaged.
  13. Gigant

    1/32 P-51B, P-40B instead of P-51H?

    For those I would if Hasegawa were to expand theirs to 1/32 and add a ROCAF Curtiss Hawk III option to their FB2C, plus an SBC-3 or-4. I guess the new Japanese manufacturing costs keeps Hasegawa from "taking back" the classical 1/32 market, especially for the Second Sino-Japanese war period (1937-1945) as well as the U.S. WW2 PTO.
  14. Gigant

    JASDF F-104 Decal Poll

    Hobby Link Japan is one of this site's main advertisers: https://hlj.com/product/WNG32601?utm_medium=banner&utm_source=largescaleplanes.com&utm_campaign=1/32 albatros d.v&utm_content= I would think contacting them would be worthwhile.
  15. Gigant

    Hasegawa Winter Stuka

    Excellent painting on the upper camo scheme! That especially, as well as the national markings and the spiral on the spinner...
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