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RonGUSA

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  1. Hey Nmayhew If you have to sand you need to start with a rougher grade say about 600/800 grit. This would be used to say remove a seam. Progress through various grades up to say 10,000 grit then I use Tamiya polishing pastes coarse, fine and then finish. Ron G
  2. Is it possible to bring back. I definitely believe that there is a need for it, especially in 1/32, 1/24 and 1/18 although the last probably not as much. If you could make a sheet with propeller markings Curtiss Electric, DeHaviland and Hamilton Standard along with the radial engine emblems in 1/32 and 1/24 scales I think they would sell good because they could be used on the 1/32 Tamiya Corsair, Trumpeters P-47's and F6F's and HK's B-25's and any other radial engine plane. Ron G
  3. I know UMM-USA carries various sizes of lead, copper, brass wires. The lead ones are available in flat and round versions. Ron G
  4. Hey Jennings You do, or did make a decal sheet that had them in 1/72, 1/48, 1/32, 1/24 and 1/18 scales any plans on doing these again...please? Ron G
  5. Hey Jennings Don't forget to add a P&W engine emblem decal to the sheet. That big P&W R-2800-10W is just screaming for one. Ron G
  6. I have that one. I'm using it in a Trumpeter 1/32 F6F-3 Hellcat. It is a nice kit but it is missing the carburetor and some externals on the rear, starter, hydraulic pump, generator. Ron G
  7. Eduard has instrument panel & interior, engine Flaps, a seat, seatbelts and inner and outer canopy masks. HGW has seatbelts and you can use Masters P-47 brass barrels (with some mods) also Gaspatch makes some really nice 50 cal. machine gun bodies. Maketar has insignia masks for all the different ones used on the Hellcats. Thats as much as I know of. Ron G
  8. By the amount that are selling based on what is being shown on YouTube and the internet and forums.
  9. Here...Here. OH crap my tri-focals are fogging up
  10. Yeah McCambell said he was trying to get inthe cockpit one time and the wing unlocked and moved pinching him against the fuselage. He said it bugged him for about a week. Ron G
  11. It has nothing to do with following the instructions. Its the fit of the parts, they are just to tight! I'm not the only one saying this. As I said Nigel on YouTube had to use a lathe to turn down the crankcase parts J3 &J4 by a least a 1/2 of a mm without a lathe it's sand...sand...sand. Ron G
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