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johneaton

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  • Birthday 12/16/1946

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    John
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    Eaton
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  1. johneaton

    FJ-1

    I'll be watching, I've had one in the stash for a long time. Did you add the wheel well detail? Been awhile since I looked at the kit but I don't remember that.
  2. I'd like to see pictures of your FJ-1. There's one in my stash too but I'd rather you go first!
  3. Hi, Ed, welcome! Some of the posters have web sites where the post there builds. I do, and you are welcome to look at what I've done. There are build logs for most of what I have built there. But it's important to post what you do on the forum if you want feedback or just like to share what you do. My website is here: http://goldeneramodel.com/mymodels/mymodels.htm
  4. Bob, how long are you waiting to remove the masks? It's best to do it soon after the paint dries on the surface but is still a bit flexible. Peel the masking back parallel to the masked surface, and not at anything like perpendicular to it.
  5. Thanks, Gil and Bill. Completions are slow at the moment because I'm building a new workshop.
  6. Thanks, Carlos. Yeah, that and all the figures which are pretty much done. I'm thinking a few more Hurricanes and Spitfires would be good too...I know, Big Ideas, but too much time and effort going into the garage project to do all that very soon.
  7. That will be fun getting those to balance right. Glued to the deck?
  8. Here's my 2021 output: Airfix Hurricane Ready for Battle set. The figures are also done but not pictured. A great set. The F-15's are all the 1/32 Tamiya kits, and the Su-27's are the 1/32 Trumpeter kits. These 5 were built to be props for a movie. The A-18 is the 1/72 LF kit, the Me-109V-1 is the 1/72 MPM kit, and to end with a total regression, the Aurora Se-5. I really should spend a little more time on that one, cleaning up the flying wire attachments.
  9. Yeah, Sea Wolf. Sounds like a rough ride.
  10. Nice collection, Paul. I like the Farman a lot, but all look great, especially the Esso tanker and Autocar.
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