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aAzZ09 last won the day on April 29 2018

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About aAzZ09

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  • Birthday July 19

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    IPMS North Central Texas 1982-2005
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    Aircraft, civil and military from 1930 to 1955. Interviews with former professionals from this era have made it come alive.

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  1. Very nice Flying Fortress! Is Monogram or another company releasing a new B-17 in 1/48” scale? Mark
  2. Welcome aboard! We hope to see your work sometime. Mark
  3. Welcome aboard! The 3D printing work is impressive! I am fascinated with all the possibilities of this technology. Mark
  4. Wel done! Keep up the good work David! Mark
  5. Way to go, David! Mark
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    F9F-5P Progress

    Nice work! Keep going! Mark
  7. Way to go, David! Nice work! Mark
  8. Very nice display of aircraft models Joe! Welcome! Mark
  9. Very nice Corsair! Keep up the good work! Mark
  10. Great job so far! Been there done that: Mark
  11. Nice going, Gil! My father and I worked at LTV (Chance Vought) many years ago at the Grand Prarie plant. We had F4Us on the flight line (surplus) as late as 1956 and they were parked on the ramp next to Hensley Field. I am old enough to remember that. My father started working at the old Vought plant on Long Island, N.Y. back in 1929 and knew many of the folks that worked there. Mark
  12. Way to go, Duke! Keep up the good work! Mark
  13. Yes, this article does indeed bring back many fond memories of the hobby shops (and 5 and 10 cent stores) I visited from around 1955 and beyond there in the Dallas, Texas area. Images of Bernie's Hobby Shop, MAL Hobby Shop (a real icon), Crown Hobby and Toy, and Bobbie Hall's readily come to mind. My first model, ironically, came from the 5 and 10 cent store mentioned, and it was a tiny Aurora B-17 I built. Next came the Vought F4U Corsair. (My father worked at the Vought Plant in Grand Prarie, TX so it was also an influence naturally). After that, I came to know the great members of IPMS and IPMS North Central Texas. Thanks for the memories! Mark
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