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dodgem37

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  1. Good show. ''MAG58/M240/GPMG' Popular weapon. I'm surprised the air brake/tire inflation hose isn't armored. But maybe that's not done any more. Sincerely, Mark
  2. Great! show, Peter. Sincerely, Mark
  3. Front of Firewall. I believe the Tamiya kit has the oil tank line going into the firewall above the location shown here. Back of Engine. Sincerely, Mark
  4. It may be the trip North, as I didn't have any problems with UMM-USA South to Maryland. Sincerely, Mark
  5. 'Are there sites/resources that you found particularly helpful with regard to the overall plumbing of the engine bay and connections through the firewall?' The publication is AN 01-60JE-4, Airplane Parts Catalogue Army Model P-51D, British Model Mustang IV, 25 July 1944, Revised 25 October 1944, Printed by Wm. B. Burord Printing Co. 10-25-44. Similar: Here, in CD form: https://www.ebay.com/itm/WWII-North-American-P-51-D-K-Mustang-Parts-Catalog-Aircraft-Manual-CD-COPY/264022023371?hash=item3d78f05ccb:g:7r0AAOSwn6Jb3iIj Another: Found here: http
  6. Damn nice piece of work. Great show, Chuck. Nice piece of detailing, capping off the wiring. I particularly like the corner work on the tank. Sincerely, Mark
  7. Good show, John. The whip antennae is twisted wire. Just sayin'. Sincerely, Mark
  8. Not a lot of space to drill at that location. Good show. Sincerely, Mark
  9. Good stuff. Love what you're doing. Sincerely, Mark
  10. Lots of memories from this one. Good show. Sincerely, Mark
  11. Thank you for the Shout-Out!, Brother. Sincerely, Mark
  12. Super work. Sincerely, Mark
  13. ''Playing around with the display layout-' Dynamic Diagonal works well. Sincerely, Mark
  14. What a magnificently inspiring piece of modeling. Sincerely, Mark
  15. Nice work. Are the arms pinned? They appear as if they could be. Pinned arms may present a problem figuring out the shock absorber 'spring', tho, in order to gain a flat sit. Sincerely, Mark
  16. 'This will be the mechanical interface for a M6 bolt that will be inserted through a yet-to-be designed base to take the weight of the completed model.' I like that. Good show. Sincerely, Mark
  17. Good show. Beautifully rendered cockpit. Sincerely, Mark
  18. Nice engine. I think I may have this car in 1/20th scale. It's been traveling around with me unfinished for 40 years, or so. Sincerely, Mark
  19. Good show. ''Now I need to figure out a way to attach them without marring the clear part.' Future. Sincerely, Mark
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