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  • Birthday 12/23/1954

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  1. Hi Eric, Great work! Our Chapter, Northmen Scale Modelers, are not on your map. Here's a link to our website. Northmen Scale Modelers Thanks, Kit Redmond
  2. KitR

    Marder II WIP

    Looking very good! Which Marder kit is that?
  3. I got mine 6 or 7 years ago from the General Services Administration (GSA). Do a google search for them, I'm sure you can still get a fan deck from there.
  4. I'd like to see a new 1/48th scale Gemini space craft, and a 1/72nd scale SSN 571 Nautilus.
  5. Revell 1/72 U-Boat. I've had this thing since 2004 and even got a great wooden deck from Nautilus Models.
  6. KitR

    King Tiger Tracks

    Hi, I recieved a Tamiya King Tiger / Porsche Turret as a gift and was looking at getting some after-market tracks. Friulmodel has two sets, ATL 21 & 22 which they label as "Tiger II, Hunting Tiger" for both. Some googling has shown me the King Tiger and Tiger II are synonymous, but I'm confused about the differences between ATL 21 and ATL 22. Any thoughts? Thanks,
  7. Thanks Keith, That's a fantastic article and a great resource. Kit
  8. Thanks John, I got a flurry of replies when I posted the same question on Hyperscale. It seems that the color mentioned in the instructions with the TBF-1c are correct. Grumman used a dark green on parts of the cockpit in early war TBF's. I was even given reference photos. Thanks again. Kit
  9. I'm just getting started on the Accurate Miniatures TBF-1c Avenger and the cockpit and floor colors call for Bronze Green which they reference as FS 34058. I looked up that color and it looks to be Sea Blue. I just don't recall seeing that color in some of the reference photos I've looked at. The instructions call for Interior green for the crew/radio compartment. Can someone verify that color for me? Thanks,
  10. KitR

    Spitfire Mk.Vb

    Thanks Jim, All of this indeed helps. And thanks for the lesson on the differences between the a's, b's, and c's Kit
  11. KitR

    Spitfire Mk.Vb

    I was looking at the Aeromaster "After the Battle" series of Spitfires but haven't seen any of these sheets close enough to see what squadrons they cover. All I can glean from the thumbnail web photo is they include "Post-Battle of Britain Mk.II & Mk.V Spitfires." Thanks, Kit
  12. KitR

    Spitfire Mk.Vb

    Hi, I've started my first Spitfire and have a questions about the Mk.V's. I working on the Tamiya 1/48th Mk.Vb tropical Spit and the decals that come with the kit seem a little on the thick side. I've been searching for decals available for a desert version of the Mk.Vb and seen some listing for Mk.V's and Mk.Vb's. I'm a little confused about what actually makes a V different from a Vb. Would a decal set for a squadron of Mk.V's be incorrect for a Mk.Vb? I find myself confused just asking the question. I hope some of you can shed a little light on the subject. Thanks,
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