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WildBill50

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About WildBill50

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    Styrene Junkie

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  • FirstName
    William
  • LastName
    Hunoway
  • IPMS Number
    36341
  • Local Chapter
    Will-Cook, SPASAM
  • City
    Tinley Park
  • State
    Illinois
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Modern Aircraft, Modern Ships, Helicopters

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  1. Nice job on a very spindly looking kit. I don't mind PE but I don't know if I would tackle something that is just that...'a better man than me, Gunga Din'. Very interesting subject that really paved the way to the moon. Bill
  2. Nice work Duke. Did the kit come with the floded wing option? Well done. Bill
  3. Blue Tail Flies...impressive. Both look great Gil. I am currently working on the 1/32 Hasegawa TA-4J kit of ancient vintage. I hope it comes out as well as either of these two builds. Bill
  4. Nicely done, sir! Really like the Gainful. Bill
  5. Maybe try contacting the US distributer again and don't mention how you got the kit. You didn't keep the receipt from where you purchased it as it was in the pile of kits to be built and you finally got around to build it. Just a thought. Bill
  6. Very cool! It's looking good. Nice details you've added as well. Bill
  7. Fantastic! That mantlet looks huge. It looks like iw would weigh more than the gun. Keep it going. Nice work! Bill
  8. You better be bringing it to the meeting Friday! Looks good in the photos Ed. Great job again. Bill
  9. Now I have a taste for mashed potatoes. Nicely done sir! Bill
  10. Great redux. The coloring and sheen looks great. Bill
  11. I really can't go out! There's nothing I can do with my hair! Great job Kev! I love all the little detail painting you did. Bill
  12. Hey Bob. That light system is a no brainer. Plug it in check out and adjust the intensity of the lights and put the wher you want them. I used them in the wet deck and hangar deck. I hid the wires in some U-channel styrene to make it look more like ventilation ductwork. I think it came out great, if I do say so myself. I like that you can adjust the lights and also add to the hub if you need more options. Hope that helped. Bill
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