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Mark Aldrich

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  1. For those Interested it is available on EvilBay and at Sprue Brothers.
  2. Depends on your time period. Tamiya, and Hasegawa did WWII versions. The Old Esci kit has a tug and bomb loader. Verlinden did some naval ones. Monogram also had a set https://www.bing.com/images/search?q=1%2F48 ground&qs=n&form=QBIR&sp=-1&pq=1%2F48 grou&sc=8-9&sk=&cvid=E58B5B2A8B954522B29DB65548891FEC
  3. Ebay had these as a search "#3 Stitch Cutter blade" and returns are in the UK but cheaper that $4.90 each...... https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_nkw=%233+stitch+cutter+blade&_sacat=0&_sop=15
  4. Very glad none of the Middle East Wars Countries ever incorporated it!!!
  5. OK, we all know that Trumpeter has released both the A & B versions of the Dart in 1/48?
  6. https://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10366208 https://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10044769
  7. Love mine. I build 1/35 car and 1/48 single engine props and have had no issues. Doing a something like a B-25 or larger probably wouldn't be easy.
  8. Kevin, If Phil used his I-device.....you may NEVER see them!!! LOL
  9. Ralph, Those are usually given and never part of the presentation. Truth be told I don't even remember the IPMS/USA "Best Chapter Awards". My mind is still a blank!
  10. Thanks to Valdimer, who usually posts this. Here is the awards presentation from the IPMS USA 2018 awards banquet. The winners are posted in the reverse order - after the slide with the name of the category next model is the third place winner then second and then first. Awards Presentation
  11. Wow! Here I am complaining about Resin and PE! I can't even imagine the patience for that!
  12. David, Right back at you!!!! Bill.....Really???? I put the link up in three different posts and ya still couldn't find it???? LOL
  13. After seeing this figure on the Nats table.....Had to have one.....
  14. Did not work for me. While the Laptop was uploading photo after photo it gave me MORE time to walk the vendor tables. Wallet is much thinner than when I arrived.
  15. Has to go to Steve and ALL the member volunteers of the area chapters that selflessly gave of their time and effort to put on another STELLAR show!!!!!
  16. Have to give a BIG shout out and thank you to all the volunteer photographers that made this years photo coverage happen! William Dedig, Phil Peterson, Chris Nicoll, Rick Jackson, and Randall Cox. Thank you all so much!
  17. No worries. That was an easy one. Scans will look more professional.
  18. TImmy, Find your post on FB. Took shots of everything. Once back at home station, will scan them and post in the gallery.
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