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philp last won the day on September 29 2017

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    Phil
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    Peterson
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    8739
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    CoMMiES
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    Kearns
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    Utah
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  1. philp

    For Sale: Entire Model Collection

    Hmm, counter offer, Pterandon, A-4KU, Israeli F-4E, Israeli F-16D Brakeet and 1 of (H-19, F-104A or Mig-21 F13)?
  2. philp

    For Sale: Entire Model Collection

    I am in Salt Lake City, 84118 but will be out at [url=http://www.commiesfest.com/]Commiesfest[/url] in Golden the end of March. Can pick up from you then if that works? Also, we probably still have some vendors tables available, you would probably need at least two for that lot but if your prices were good I bet you could get rid of most of it at the show. I will take another look through your pics. Lots of stuff I would like but money is a bit tight since I just bought a new car and have to put money away for the show in Golden (I am the Head Judge so got to get there). Some I know I am interested in are that 1/35th Pterandon, 72nd scale Fujimi A-4KU, Hasagawa F-15C. Other possibles are the Italeri F-5E, F-104A, Revell Mig-21 F13, H-19 chopper and possibly one of the Hunters. Possibly an F-4E or two, the Hasagawa Israeli one and either the other Hasagawa or possible Fujimi ones. Hasagawa F-16D Brakeet. The Heller Boeing 707 is another possible. At the most I will have possibly $100.00 so if you want to take a look at the the list I have above and let me know what you would include for that I can Paypal you and pick them up at the show if that works for you? Let me know
  3. philp

    For Sale: Entire Model Collection

    Some interesting stuff there but no way I can afford the whole set or even want them all. If you decide to part them out, let me know and I will pick up a few.
  4. Hi all, So I have 3 kits that were actually made during WWII. A 1/12th scale US Jeep by a company called West-Craft and 2 kits by Rogers of a 40mm AA Gun (Bofors). The copyright on the Jeep's instructions is 1943 and the guns appear to have been released in 1945. Did find Old Model Kits has the gun going for $89.00 but can't find anything regarding a price for the Jeep. So, anyone have a source for pricing collectible antiques? These images are from the web but I can take pics of the kits if anyone wants more details. Thanks for any assistance or any serious offers.
  5. Hope the Nats crew will look into options for a general discount. Will probably look at the shuttle services. Thanks for the link.
  6. So, if I manage to be able to afford to go this year I will probably have to fly and at $16 a day for car parking at the Read I will probably try to avoid a rental. What are the options on getting from the airport to the hotels? Am I stuck with Uber or Lyft?
  7. Still not sure I will make it but grabbed a room at the Read. Will see how that goes.
  8. David, Just a belated thanks for bringing the Wellington with you. Looking forward to seeing you in Chattanooga if you make it this year.
  9. Christmas was pretty mellow. My Sekrit Santaski got me a Bandai General Grievous (which I had just picked up on a half price sale so now have one to sell). My son bought me a record player so now I can actually play all those records I bought back in the 80s. And to round it out my daughter bought me some slippers.
  10. Some nice stuff there Mark. I also picked up the Comic Con version of the B-wing from USAGundamstore but the pilot looks a little short for a B-wing pilot. Will have to do a bit more research. Today I stopped at Hobby Lobby to see what they had left on the clearance kits. Just two in the store, one I already grabbed and a car I wasn't interested in but I did help a couple of clerks sell and airbrush with compressor to a lady who wants to use it for her art. I could definitely tell the young ladies were out of their league so made a comment and then ended up basically taking over the sale. Next I hit Barnes & Noble and picked up the latest issue of Airfix Model World. Then I hit MRS Hobbies and found the new Revell PT 109 kit, the new Joker and a piece of power armor that I have odd plans for. So a good day out.
  11. Since it was kind of close, I drove to Nats. Meant I could bring more for the SIG/Club tables (Let's keep those as a fixture please) and could bring more stuff back home. First off I did OK at the raffles and giveaways. The mugs are from the Squadron raffle, the OLFA, cutting matt and P-40 from the IPMS raffle, the paint were giveaways from Hornby. First two books from Casemate at a very nice discount, next two from SAM and the rest from Rareplanes. Already found out I have a copy of the M113 book so that goes into the for sale pile. The Wellington was brought over from England for me by David at SAM. What do you know, forum posts work. The other Airfix kits were on the Hornby stand but they weren't selling. However, their kits were earmarked for Hobby Depot so went and chatted with Dick Christ and picked them up at the end of the show. Special Hobby kits from them and the two Eduard Migs were from them. The Scale 75 figures were on their table and though still a bit pricey, I saved shipping. Other 3 kits were from Stash sellers. Spent about what my budget had for this so think I did ok.
  12. philp

    Some stats pleae

    It is posted on IPMS/USA Facebook page. Contest Entrants: 424 Models Grand Total: 3,523 Models in competition: 2,723 There were 800 display models (700 of them 72nd Armor by The Duke) but not sure if that counts what was on the SIG/Club tables or not. Phil
  13. philp

    First BIG Thank You

    And thanks to Mark for taking the time out of his trip to post all of the pictures and fixing the ones we took sideways or even upside down.
  14. philp

    A Phoenix thank you

    Also my third Phoenix Nats and besides the good show, good people and great modeling I really enjoyed the SIG/Club area. Was nice to see this and feel it should be a fixture in every show going forward. I participated on two of the stands, the CoMMiES and the What If Modelers. Phil
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