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David M. Knights

IPMS/USA Member
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About David M. Knights

  • Rank
    Acrylic Addict
  • Birthday 08/05/1961

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  • AIM
    loulaw
  • Website URL
    http://www.davidmknights.com

Profile Information

  • FirstName
    David
  • LastName
    Knights
  • IPMS Number
    17656
  • Local Chapter
    IPMS/Louisville (MMCL)
  • City
    Louisville
  • State
    KY
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Louisville, KY
  • Interests
    72nd scale aircraft, photography, law

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  1. It is a shame that you are doing this in 48th scale, as all of those planes are available in 72nd scale and VTANG markings are available for most, if not all of them. (I love ANG aircraft.)
  2. Looking forward to Phoenix again. (but it is a dry heat!) :smiley16:
  3. Yes, the vehicle was commandeered by the British during the ill-fated Norway campaign. Trying to figure out the make, year and type.
  4. Can anyone identify the make and model of the van in this photo? It was taken in Norway in April/May 1940
  5. Hi, my name is David Knights. I am the new Recruitment and Retention Secretary for IPMS/USA. My job is to concentrate on maintaining the members we have as well as finding ways to effectively recruit new members. I have been a member of IPMS/USA since about 1982, and am a big believer in the organization. I also believe that we have a huge potential for new members. I am hoping that you'll contact me with any ideas you have. I am also hoping that each one of you will go out and recruit a new member. Pleaase make the effort for this great organization.
  6. The national might be able to help you with this. Contact the Director of Local Chapters. His contact into is on the IPMS/USA website.
  7. Very nice. I am amazed at work in this scale
  8. Fisher Model, which release a 32nd scale Rf-8 conversion told me in an email that they intend to release the same conversion in both 72nd and 48th scale.
  9. I love that real space is finally getting the attention it deserves. This looks really nice.
  10. Ok, that is just wrong. :smiley16:
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