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James Rademaker

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    Cortlandt Manor, NY.
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    1/32 P51, F4U Corsairs,P47 Thunderbolts, 1/35 Modern US Armor.

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  1. Stocky Pete, I’m a little confused about your shelf of doom comment. To me it looks like you are starting a great build. Please keeps us in the loop of this build. Bear Down and get her finished and in the air! Jim
  2. Nick, I did use the Two Bobs decals but not the Navy Aggressor version. My paint scheme was more of the normal USAF Viper seen on most F-16’s. I’ll take a look and let you know the exact decals I used. Jim
  3. Nick, terrific job on your Viper. I recently finished the exact model and did some of the same work you are doing. I must say not at the same caliber of your modeling skills. I wish you started this thread about two months ago and I would have “borrowed” some of your ideas. Again, nice work. Jim
  4. Nick, terrific job on your Viper. I recently finished the exact model and did some of the same work you are doing. I must say not at the same caliber of your modeling skills. I wish you started this thread about two months ago and I would have “borrowed” some of your ideas. Again, nice work. Jim
  5. All I can say is WOW. Very nice job. It looks real enough to take off. Well done! Jim
  6. Very nice job on your SBD. It’s nice to see a particular aircraft that played such a huge part of our history. Jim
  7. I have to say that I smiled a little bit when I saw the bandage on your finger. Why, it just reminded me of what my fingers look like most of the time while building a subject. I always manage to “nick” myself with a # 11 blade a few times. Great start on your 109’s. Jim
  8. Thanks guys, I really appreciate your compliments, especially from this group of terrific model builders. Jim
  9. Don, it’s interesting how you attached the front windscreen after applying the overall aluminum color for the aircraft. Does the Aerocraft windscreen fit perfectly with out any sanding on the fuselage? I usually attach the windscreen before painting so I can make sure it sits without any edge on the port or starboard sides. Nice job , well done with the invasion stripes. Jim
  10. One last addition to the Mustang. I swapped out the key sliding canopy and replaced it with a Tamiya extra one it had . Jim
  11. Thanks very much for your help and suggestion. I’ll do that from now on. The build is as follows; Revell early P-51 Mustang. Aerocraft resin late filet tail. True Details resin weighted wheels. Micro Scale No.32-06 4th FG. Brake lines added to the main landing gear. Lead foil shoulder straps and seat belts with PE buckles. And thanks to Tim Biggs for suggesting Post Immage for posting photos.
  12. Sorry guys, this was my first attempt to share photos of my Mustang. Looks like I screwed it up. Jim
  13. [url=https://postimg.cc/KkPh4HjW][img]https://i.postimg.cc/V6TfZy8z/617-A049-A-4-D8-F-44-F3-B5-B3-EADC1-DA4-D636.jpg[/img][/url] [url=https://postimg.cc/BtCtVhpN][img]https://i.postimg.cc/xjwHqhzr/E6-E06-F0-E-2010-44-C3-BA4-F-EBB47-D70-F702.jpg[/img][/url] [url=https://postimg.cc/GHh9wkSR][img]https://i.postimg.cc/YqQFFR6v/DB546-B36-D093-44-F4-A51-D-CF6-A86-D26557.jpg[/img][/url] [url=https://postimg.cc/sv6xVvth][img]https://i.postimg.cc/HkHy9MzB/851-CF70-E-850-E-4-FC7-BB5-C-EC69671801-FB.jpg[/img][/url]
  14. It’s nice to point out that even an old Revel kit can look just as good as a $150.00 newer kit. I love to build the older kits and put a “little extra” to bring them up to date. Your build is excellent. Nice job. That’s why I got into the model building hobby, nice kit, spray paint and in a week it’s finished. Old school I guess. Now all I have to do is figure out how to publish my pictures on my iPad to our site. Jim
  15. $7,800.00 for a model, and the bidding isn’t over?? Some people have money to burn. I guess the old saying of “If you have to as the price, you can’t afford it” applies here. Jim
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