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Daywalker last won the day on February 7 2014

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About Daywalker

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  • Birthday 10/30/1969

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    South Central Wisconsin
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    Aircraft and armor modeling, r/c helicopters, auto racing

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  1. Excellent choice! Okay, if you do build it AND are willing to part with the Jasta 6 markings, i know someone who would buy those from you if you're willing!
  2. I have been looking for that "Seven Swabians" sheet for ages, and at the prices they're selling for on Ebay I would say "Sell it!" And go buy yourself a nice car with the profits. But, if you decide to build it, and didn't plan on doing the "LUDE" scheme, I know someone who would HAPPILY buy the decals from that scheme from you!
  3. I also fixed MOST of the working features on my Tamiya builds save the movable propellers. Ailerons, flaps, cowl panels - all of them fixed on the A6M, Spitfire, and Mustang. DOn't remember any working features on the F4U.
  4. Agreed, your paint work and weathering is fantastic, bravo!
  5. Yes, I had one that came from the Netherlands that took two months to get to me here in the USA. It spent just over a month of that time sitting in Chicago. I have another one (also coming from the Netherlands) that has been sitting in Chicago since the end of April. I feel your pain!
  6. You poor man. I'll trade you all of my WNW kits for that beauty!
  7. If they did the Corsair in 1/24, I would seriously reconsider my avoidance of 1/24 subjects.
  8. Sigh... It's days like this I regret selling my factory original Lime Green 1970 Challenger R/T 440 six pack with pistol grip 4 speed...
  9. I also build RC, mostly 1/5 and 1/4 scale. Not so much stick and tissue as balsa and fabric.
  10. Brilliant work lain, even though you say you are learning new techniques you are making it look easy. Really enjoying your work!
  11. Great tip, thanks so much for posting it!
  12. Absolutely jaw dropping work here Peter, everytime I look in you are pushing the boundaries of scale modeling beyond what I ever thought possible. Also, didn't expect to see Solartex mentioned here, previously I had only seen that at the other forum I frequent.
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