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  1. I wouldn't draw any coloring conclusions based on a "manipulated" photograph. Mark Proulx
  2. Spitfire Mk V looking at the ER serial number to the left.. I've been around to long to comment on Spitfire colors. Mark Proulx
  3. Upper right of photo...colorized.... Mark Proulx
  4. Correct...it is simple supply side economics! Supply and demand... Limited supply + high demand = higher prices Mark Proulx
  5. Crap....that IS a deal... Mark Proulx
  6. So then WNW was going to pooch the rib taping to this extent? Mark Proulx
  7. Shipping now a complete cluster f##k... Even worse than before...And the prices? Don't get me going... In the past, items from the US to Canada averaged 10 days. 3 days longer than items from Europe. Go figure! I am almost certain the US closer to Canada than Europe is! I probably should go look at my flat earth atlas . The recent F4U book I got out of the US, 45 days...Mail from Europe (letters, not packages) in excess of one month, if received at all. All mostly COVID related now I assume. After all, you can't put mail on a plane that isn't flying transatlantic now (at least in a diminished capacity). Perhaps COVID revealing that globalization not the answer in a pandemic. Mark Proulx
  8. I like it. Nice clean build. The wooden flaps a nice added touch! Mark Proulx
  9. Looking for The Longest Day on TV. No joy.... Mark Proulx
  10. Today marks the 76th anniversary of D-Day. With everything going on in the world today it is easy to overlook this milestone. Today, take a few moment to pause and reflect... Mark Proulx
  11. We all take Trumpeter to task for some of their epic fails. But, they have done some good stuff. What do you consider their best 32nd and 24th scale kits to be? Chime in... Mark Proulx
  12. FWIW, I just received the new book from Wingleader on the Spitfire Mk I. They state the crowbar introduced from 1941 and never red. A number of other details are identified, many captured in this thread. Mark Proulx
  13. Only 11? 17 here! Still, as an ex-moderator myself I know the task not easy. Mark Proulx
  14. For some reason, Jerry Crandall can't post here. So, I am posting this for him based on his e-mail reply to me... Jerry states that flaps on the Ta 152 are metal, not wooden like the D-13. Mark Proulx Mods: Any idea how to rectify access to LSP forums for Jerry?
  15. No problem...as always with your stuff, I like what I see! Mark Proulx
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