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  1. Wow, great pics, including a number of models I hadn't seen before! Gil, thanks for posting the pic of my collection. I've been looking but I don't see any pics I took of my own collection from there. Still, here are some of mine. A great collection of dinosaurs: Something I want to try with my P.1000 Ratte in 1/72 scale: Nice collection of rockets; I believe they are all in 1/144 scale: I believe this was a Miscellaneous Category winner: Not my Dora, but well done indeed. I commend this modeler for the fortitude in finishing this massive
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  2. This is from the old Airfix Refueling set. Between this model, with has the twin axel in the rear and the earlier Airfix Matador with the 5.5" gun, which has a single axel, you have all sorts of possibilities for conversions. This one, however, is pretty much OOTB. I did replace the rear doors out of sheet plastic as the kit ones would have looked out of armor plate. I also "busied up" the pumping equipment as that supplied with the kit is a little sparse. Only other additions are headlights, which the kit omits, and glazing for the windows.
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  3. A few of my 2019 National pics:
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  4. I'll play... My models on display. The Hasegawa Beaufighter illustrates part of my "Model Building 101" seminar, as does the Revell Voodoo. The other two were long-term projects that finally got off the bench and on to display bases--the Hasegawa F-111F was built as "KARMA-52", the aircraft lost during Operation EL DORADO CANYON, and the ER-2 is Special Hobby's kit. They're all in 1/72 scale: The helicopters--four Hasegawa UH-1H Iriquois, and an Italeri OH-6A Cayuse and CH-47 Chinook (backdated from CH-47D to a CH-47C "Super C") for the Fire Support Base RIPCORD proje
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