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Gregsed56

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  • FirstName
    Greg E.
  • LastName
    Sedbrook
  • IPMS Number
    51334
  • Local Chapter
    Alamo Squadron
  • City
    San Antonio
  • State
    TX

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  1. Thanks a million Highlander & Noel. I really appreciate everyone's responses to my post. Happy Modelling
  2. Thanks a million once again Ralph. I figured it was too good to be true. But I guess it never hurts to ask. What is 5 minutes in modelling anyways!!!! Have a great one! Happy Modelling
  3. Thanks a million Ralph. I have several airbrushes that I use. I was thinking about trying an ultrasound jewelry cleaner with airbrush cleaning fluid. Wondering if anyone had tried that or thought about it. Was hoping it might thoroughly clean the unit without having to break it down after each different paint use. It might just be wishful thinking!!! Once again...many thanks Ralph for your in-depth answer. Happy modelling
  4. Hi All - I am new to this forum and also newly back into modelling, after many years. I am sure this question has been asked a dozen or more times. Please excuse me for asking again. So far...I am sliding right back into it...I guess maybe it's like riding a bike. But the one thing I am having difficulty with and issues is the matter of cleaning my airbrush after each paint use. I most frequently use acrylics, so I guess I am asking about it. Can any member(s) give me advice on the easiest and fastest way to clean my airbrush after each different color of paint. The way I have been doing it, seems to be very time consuming and sometimes almost stops my building completely. I agree I might be wishing for something that doesn't exist...but I thought I would throw it out there. I look forward to this forum and many thanks in advance.
  5. Hi Rob - Thank you for your reply and for the info. I really appreciate it. I will check it out. Take care...stay safe!!! Greg
  6. One of my favorite movies, Contact. Thanks for the trip down memory lane. Take care...stay safe.... Greg
  7. Hi David - Thanks a million for the pics. I really appreciate it. I bet you did have a GREAT time there...I remember the event, but I was working at the fire dept. at that time and my Chief wouldn't approve my leave to attend. Oh well...such is life. Glad to say I'm retired now after putting almost 30 years in the fire service. Thanks again take care...stay safe Greg
  8. Yes....that's what I'm finding out. I may have to do as you suggest, since I cannot find the 556. Once again tks for all your help and info. Stay safe & happy modelling
  9. Hi - Thanks a million. I did finally find it. Unfortunately, it's not the one I was looking for. I'm looking for the other Testors Roswell kit No. 556. The one you pointed me too is No. 555. Once again...thanks a million for your time & effort. I really appreciate it!!! Stay safe...happy modelling
  10. Thanks a million for info. I looked on Etsy and couldn't find it. Would you happen to have the link to the page? Once again...I really appreciate the info.
  11. Hi - In a long-shot attempt, I am reaching out to the membership, in trying to locate a certain model kit: Testor's Roswell UFO No. 556 1:48 scale. If anyone has this kit unbuilt and are willing to part with it, I would truly be interested in purchasing. Thank you & happy modelling!!!
  12. Hi - In a long-shot attempt, I am reaching out to the membership, in trying to locate a certain model kit: Testor's Roswell UFO No. 556 1:48 scale. If anyone has this kit unbuilt and are willing to part with it, I would truly be interested in purchasing. Thank you & happy modelling!!!
  13. Hi All - I am working on building the Heller Citroen Fourgon HY model kit. I am wanting to have it as a Vespa scooter repair/sell van. Does anyone know of any company or individuals that might make any Vespa decals in either 1:24 or 1:25 scale? Thank you in advance and have a great one!!! Happy Modeling Greg
  14. Hi Pete. Thanks a million for info. I might have to do that. No luck so far in finding actual '56. Happy Modeling!!!
  15. Thanks Mark for the reply. I believe they lost the split window in '53 but I could be wrong. Keeping my fingers crossed.
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