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Lee White last won the day on July 25 2014

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  1. Lee White

    Rules of the Road

    Combat does, it is very crude. I posted pics somewhere here on LSP a while back. EDIT; Here it is- https://forum.largescaleplanes.com/index.php?/topic/55790-132-sr-71-by-combat-models-rcm/
  2. Lee White

    Rules of the Road

    I'd like to jump in with something, not sure what yet. I'd like to do several models, but my finish rate is dismal, so, I have a plan; First, a box-stock model, like a Revell Beaufighter or Mosquito. This would have the highest chance of completion. Next, a more involved project, like a Tigger vac. This might make it by the closing bell. Lastly, one of my home brews, which have a habit of getting to the 80% before ending up on the SOD. We'll see.
  3. Please IM me Ted.
  4. Lee White

    HE-219 Revell 1/32

    Excellent job there, I can only hope that mine turns out like that.
  5. Lee White

    F-102A Delta Dagger help

    FWIW, Combat does both a Deuce and a Six in 1/32. The Six is a remarkably good kit, not nearly as rough as some of the later Combat offerings.
  6. I agree. To much emphasis on perfection, not enough about fun. And, in the internet age when so many people will see our work, we feel compelled to please them by going overboard.
  7. Lee White

    1/32 Early F-15B Eagle - 58TTW

    Nose strut is ridiculously fragile.
  8. Lee White

    1/32 Francesco Baracca from Model Cellar

    Pose him next to a 1/32 Ferrari, see how many people get the connection.
  9. Lee White

    Revell F-15C what does it need?

    Every Revell C I've seen had the canopies molded with a ridiculously dark tint, so you might need to replace yours with a Tamiya one.
  10. Lee White

    1:32 F-90 Superstar

    Awesome work, Dan. Thank you for allowing me to help out a bit on the project, I'm thrilled to see the results! You should be incredibly proud of your work, it truly is an amazing bit of modeling.
  11. Lee White

    plastic for wingtip lights

    I seem to remember the pegs being around 1/8" (3mm) in diameter, and about 1/2" (12mm) long, not including the small length of peg that is actually inserted into the toy. I don't recall uncolored clear plastic, but I could be wrong. Edit; Here is a batch on eBay, it contained clear parts, and the length is listed as 7/8" (21mm). https://www.ebay.com/itm/Lite-Brite-Pegs-Modern-7-8-8-Colors-LOT-OF-200/152934125693?hash=item239b95907d:g:9FIAAOSwawBanr1S
  12. Lee White

    plastic for wingtip lights

    I have seen folks mention on several threads that they need some sort of clear plastic stock to use for re-creating wingtip lights, and I had a mini-epiphany and thought of lite-brite pegs. You can get a several-lifetimes-worth supply for next to nothing on eBay. Thoughts?
  13. Lee White

    SMART Parking for your FERRARIS and Ladas!!!

    Yeah, i don't think I'll be getting the tent thing for my 1962 GTO.
  14. I remember those pics, from Aviation Week & Space Technology- The Floggers were on a goodwill trip to Finland.
  15. Lee White

    BD-5J.

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