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Lee White

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Lee White last won the day on July 25 2014

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About Lee White

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  • Birthday 08/24/1962

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    LawnGuyland, New Yawk
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  1. Huge, elegant recon aircraft used in the 1960s and '70's
  2. The engine looks great. Remember the days, when you wanted an 'accurate' radial you painted the crankcase gray, the cylinders black, and the heads silver, then dry brushed the whole thing with silver to make it 'realistic'? Ah, the good old days.
  3. Very nice. I can't help but look at those huge CRT boxes for the guy in back and wonder what other systems are stuck in the 1990s.
  4. The mighty Dr. Frank Mitchell is an Atlanta resident, hopefully you cross paths with him.
  5. Don't have plans, but I like the way you think. Larry did an XB-43 in 1/32a while back, it looked good. https://www.largescaleplanes.com/articles/article.php?aid=263
  6. ...and McDonald's inside of banks. (At least, in Kristiansand they have that.)
  7. Yup, my model shed in Colorado was full of those ladies, they did not last long. Strangely, they are not aggressive, as on 2 occasions when moving models I learned that there was a BW within inches of my hands after putting down the boxes, and having them crawl out from where my hand had been moments earlier.
  8. He's in Tucson, the last thing he needs is an open window in the summertime.
  9. Somebody buy that guy a comb!
  10. Hell no. Those who stir the sh!t should be made to lick the spoon.
  11. Danske er som Norsk med poteter in munden din.
  12. 4/5 conundrum.... yes, that describes my build output exactly.
  13. French E model Crusaders had the J's double droop flaps and larger stabs, so the J would be appropriate kit for that.
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