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A year ago I opened this question on the DF. There were many replies, and the choices of models were diverse. Here's a summary of the ONE model that MUST be built in 2011? If you did build it, post a picture of it on this thread so we can see it. Thanks to all who joined the brave forecasters. David Franks: 1/32 Hasegawa P-47D Thunderbolt "Nose Art" Kevin Carroll: Battlestar Galactica Viper Mark Aldrich: Bronco YW-750 or Bronco YW-531C Eric Aitala: "I'd just like to finish one model ..." Michael Rechlicz: 1/32 F-4E "Chico the Gunfighter" Gil Hodges: 1/350 Trumpeter USS Saratoga (pre-WWII) John Ratzenberger: 1/35 Resicast Rolls Royce Armored Car Mark Fiedler: 1/32 Curtiss P-6E Hawk vacuform Chris Graeter: Tamiya Sturmtiger with aftermarket stuff and scratchbuilt items Jay Mesawitz: "The one on the bench right now." John Ratzenberger (again?): 1/32 Wingnut Wings RE.8 Chris Batson: 1/24 Mercedes SL65AMG Black Series Bob Liebman: "I'd just like to finish one model ..." David Knights: "... everything I've already got halfway started ..." Mark Deliduka: Armored Train Robert Dedmon: 1/48 Monovell F-100D in 67th FBS markings Robert Morales: Tasca M4A1 Mid-production Sherman Robin Gronovius: 1/16 Tamiya King Tiger Buck Pilkenton: Aurora Gotha bagged kit Michael Dassele: 1/200 Yamato Battleship John Heck: 1/25 AMT 1965 Ford Galaxie 4-door conversion Dave San Souci: Model Factory Hiro Ferrari F2007 multi-media kit Lee Fogel: 1/48 Aviators Betty vacuform Noel Smith: 1/16 Bugatti Type 59 scratchbuilt Richard Slusher: Dragon M1A2 SEP Jim Pedersen: 1/48 Monogram B-29 Arthur Macon: 1/400 Russian Aurora Armored Cruiser Refit to 1940 or 1/72 Revell PT 109 Let's see the pictures, or at least some good excuses. Ed