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  1. I've been a long time lurker (years). Now that I'm retired and things have settled and I have a modeling area again, so, I thought I would join in. I'm not going to get too carried away but there's a set of Aries Seats coming too. This thing is big! I've wanted to build one of these since Trumpeter released it, so now was the time.
  2. Hello all. Just found out about this GB and why not jump in. I want to build Erich Hartmanns JA-111 from JG 71 "Richthofen". I will use the Hasegawa F-86F-40 "Blue Impulse Sabre" kit. I also have the Avionics F-86F-30 Cockpit Set. When all is mixed together, with some plastics surgery on wingtips and the Peddinghaus 2584 CL-13 decals set , I hope it looks at least a bit like a Sabre Mk6. Have some additional aftermarket on the way. See how this goes, where it ends. More to follow later, when there is some progress to show. Kind regards,
  3. Every year the IPMS FAME CITIES Ed Kinney Chapter sponsors a contest theme for – ‘Anything USMC ‘- in memory of Ed Kinney. This year I'm determined to have an entry. With the parts from spares and the Academy kit supplied by red dog and Dragon plus a detailed review of The Designers page I think I'm ready to turn Hasegawa's prototype F-18 into a Desert Storm F/A-18A! I picked up an Avionix cockpit and tail modification kit, got some stainless screens from AMUR.Reaver, now I just have to decide which Flying Leathernecks decal sheet to buy. I've got to have it ready for the September me
  4. This build was for our local clubs Marine tribute in honor of past club President, avid modeler, and Marine Ed Kinney. I wanted to do a Desert Storm Hornet from the Hasegawa F-18 kit I had. Going through all the options I decided on a stinger from VMFA-451 because it received a purple heart for damage incurred from a SAM missile to the sidewinder station. The Warlords frlew out of Shaikh Isa AB in Bahrain. The Warlords were also the first Marine unit to attack Iraqi locations in Desert Storm so there was alot of history here to model. This has been my most involved build, which ended up t
  5. This is my review of the new Avionics A-6A Intruder cockpit set for the Trumpeter kit. First I will say that I am thrilled to have the kit in 1/32 (the A-6 has always been a favorite) and happy to see aftermarket companies like Avionix start releasing stuff to "gild the lily" on an already quite nice kit. What you get in the Avionix set (as listed in their instruction leaflet): 1. Tub 2. Rear deck 3. Hydraulic Jack Piston 4. Hydraulic Jack Actuators 5. Hydraulic Housing Duct 6. Throttle 7. Control Column 8. Throttle Quadrant Handle 9. HUD 10. Electrical Junction Box
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