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wdedig last won the day on November 11 2023

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  1. Nicely Done Gil. Actually in Time for the 80th Day Anniversary . Challenging kit but a few swipes of the Sanding sticks. 😊 Cheers Bill
  2. Beautiful Aircraft Gil. Gutsy move on that Genre. Cheers Bill
  3. Thanks for the comments.. Cheers Bill
  4. Correct o Novel..Thanks for positive feedback Bill
  5. I'll leave the Novel for some discussion. Pilot info is major hint. AMT Kit done in initial Baby Blue as mentioned in Book. Aircraft lacking ladder( ON Order) ready for next mission to create an Ace. ASAT is major part of story. Caracal decals (Except pilot info),Resin-Cast Exhaust, True details Seat, Eduard instrument panel. Thanks for Looking Comments More than Welcome Bill
  6. Gill that is SMOKIN...Love It Bill
  7. Beautiful Natural Metal Finish Gill. May be a little large for Carry-On to Texas..😃 Great work Bill
  8. This F-86 was not a bad kit at all. Fit was acceptable and although a little weak in some details, overall the exterior is quite nice. Thanks for the feedback Bill
  9. Thanks Gil . It is 1/72nd and a Hobbycraft kit.They do the best F-86 in that scale (in my Opinion) I post here but it's a bit lackluster on reply or feedback. I'll keep kicking the can down the street, who knows Cheers Bill
  10. Greetings This is my last Hartmann aircraft.(for a little bit). I plan on a collection display after contacting "Bases by Bill" for an assist This is the very nice Hobbycraft F-86 Canadair Mk 6 with slated wing. Flown by Erich Hartmann after his rejoining of the West German Air Force. A few additions to kit, sugar scoops on fuselage sides, wine bottles seal seatbelts, scratch-built intake F.O.D. covered added a missing vent on upper port fuselage. The model was completed with Alclad metals over gloss black Tamiya rattle can. Sealed with Alclad Aqua Gloss. Markings are from the Peddinghaus manufacturer. They are a bit of challenge to cut each decal but they work fantastic and settle down super. The clear mostly disappears over the Alclad Aqua Gloss Thanks For Looking Comments Always Welcome Cheers Bill D
  11. Very Nice work Gil...Natural Metal was great
  12. Thank you for the Positive feedback.As a Longtime judge for IPMS Im afraid she would not meet the criteria, however my plans may change Thanks again Bill
  13. This was mind flush built straight out of box and not concerned about inaccuracies(IE Intake shapes). This was a very easy kit to build.I thought it was well engineered and went together quite well. I used the IPMS National decals for the Korean War F-80. The decals were fantastic. The model was finished in numerous shades of Alclad over Tamiya Gloss Black (rattle can decanted). The Alclad Aqua Gloss was used and worked great with the decal clear. This model was built straight out of box and was a pleasure to build. Thanks for Looking and Comments always welcome Cheers Bill
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