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  1. Hi everybody This is my first WIP and also my first model in about 15 years or so. I used to build small scale planes, AFV's and sci-fi models when i was a teen. Been lurking around LSP for the last few years and felt it was about time to get back into modelbuilding. I am building the Me 262A-1a flown by Kommandeur of III./JG 7, Major Rudolf Sinner. This plane had a distinctive camoscheme of diagonal stripes. For a short period of time in January 1945 the plane carryed out air trials with the WGr 21 air-to-air mortar. I got the following stuff for the build: Trumpy Me 262 A-1a Master
  2. Hello fellow master modelers - I am going to hopefully take you through a pretty challenging scratch build of some 1/18 wheels and tires for a P-51 Mustang using primarily a Unimat mini-lathe. At the time of this posting, I am not done, and there is some risk that it will be a failure. But here goes..... A few years ago I dove into a 21st Century Toys 1/18 scale P-51 Mustang, made extensive modifications and improvements, and called her Miss Velma. Here is a picture of her after the two-year project was completed (some of you know of this giant project): I have a 4-part article
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