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TimHortman

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About TimHortman

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    Acrylic Addict
  • Birthday 01/08/1970

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  • FirstName
    Tim
  • LastName
    Hortman
  • IPMS Number
    19789
  • Local Chapter
    NEPA (formerly) & Binghamton NY
  • City
    Hop Bottom
  • State
    PA
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Hop Bottom PA
  • Interests
    Mostly anything plastic, but mainly Aircraft and Armor. Right now my main interest is WWII Japanese subjects.

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  1. TimHortman

    Just wanted to introduce myself

    Welcome Aboard!
  2. TimHortman

    New Member of Columbus, Ohio IPMS Chapter

    Welcome Aboard!
  3. TimHortman

    Hello from Eastern Iowa

    Welcome Aboard!
  4. Hey Gang, Dusted off my work area and am about done with two (very late) review kits. Looking for a project to work on next. I found a few images online of tropical Fw190's which have gotten my wheels turning on one of those. I see that Hasegawa made two kits with resin trop filters in 1/48: 09818 A-4 "Graf" 09976 A-5 "Graf Special" I believe these resin parts are the same in both kits, so I was wondering if anyone has built either of these and didn't use the filter parts. *I know these full kits are available on eBay and I also know that there is a Quickboost cowl with the trop filters for the older Eduard kit. I have a few Hasegawa kits I would like to build rather than buy something new. I also know Eduard is reissuing their 190 line, so I am sure they will be coming out with one soon. Thanks for your time. Tim
  5. TimHortman

    Is IPMS Vagabonds still active?

    Yes - what Ron said. Shoot Scott an email and I am sure he can help.
  6. Does anyone have an old Eduard PE set 48-021 1/48 Piper Cub that they no longer need? It's for the Hobbycraft kit. Thanks for your time. Tim
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    Hasegawa 1/48 "Eien No Zero" A6M2b Zero Combo

    Cool - if the retail is what is shown @ $40 and this really is two new tool 1/48 kits this is a great chance for folks to stock up. I'm still waiting for the movie to be released in a format I can watch here in the USA!
  8. TimHortman

    StuH42 Draogn 1/35

    Great job - thanks for sharing!
  9. TimHortman

    USAF CV-22 egg

    Cool - thanks for posting The last one of these I went into with a "I need something to slap together" attitude, and I think I spent more time on it than a regular kit. They are great conversation kits in the case!
  10. TimHortman

    Special Hobby He-115B

    Nice work Dick - Thanks for posting. I have always liked the look of the 115 (but not brave enough to pick up this kit!)
  11. TimHortman

    IPMS/USA Website Issues

    Not really an "issue" but I first had trouble finding the link to the forums - not a huge deal as I have it bookmarked now (new computer & I haven't been here in a while) Everything seems to take a bit to load - but again I haven't been here in a while... By "everything" I mean clicking between topics, and posting replies - I get the spinning circle. (but that could be on my end) Thanks for all of your work with this!
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    Sam the Snowman

    Very cool - thanks for posting
  13. TimHortman

    New IPMS/USA Website

    Thanks for your work on all this and keeping us up and running!
  14. TimHortman

    Best Zero Kit

    The new Tamiya kits are very nice, but I have yet to build one. I have built several of the Hasegawa kits, and they are, in my mind - still very worth buying. As was posted above - they also have the "full range" of Zero kits available. If you're looking for an A6M5 or A6M3 - you can't lose with Hasegawa or Tamiya. If you're looking for any of the other variebts - go with the Hasegawa kit. Regards, Tim
  15. TimHortman

    Bill Lastovich

    Thanks for posting this. Bill was a good guy - sad news indeed.
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