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  1. Please see the LAST comment Page 15 for more information YES I know another B -17 BUT------ MINE IS DIFFERENT-------IT'S FLYING !!!!!!!!!!!! OK here is my version of this cool bomber Milk Wagon--cause nobody uses kit decals--- do they? Aluminum Foil NMF finish Wheels up Bomb doors open BOMBS AWAY ---- bombs mounted to the stand Number 3 prop feathered No aftermarket parts------- all scratchbuilt "imagineered" details I lied--- there are no P/E parts but, 10 crewmen.thanks to MASTER DETAILS 1/32 USAAF COLD WEATHER FIGHTER PILOT I hope this will keep someones interest for awhile. as I will need support to manage all that foil,but not my first "FOILRODEO"
  2. Hi gents, after starting my F-16, I got the hankering for another jet, and realised that I had a F-4J, which has been languishing on the SOD for around a decade. In a sense I would like to dedicate this model to Larry Hawkins, as we discussed it on and off, when I had originally started it. I'll have to see how I can spruce up the pit……. perhaps add two figures….. and then I have to settle on a scheme…. probably the bi-centenial Warlords scheme.
  3. While (not so) patiently waiting for my eye to get better, I decided to find something in the stash I could work on that wouldn't cause too much eye strain. I found this kit which I've had since it came out in 2002:
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