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olfart1 last won the day on February 28 2013

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  1. It's been 2 years since I finished this one. The nose numbers are from a Squadron letter sheet. The nose art came from another kit which I can't remember, and the red outlined Stars and Bars are from an old Micro Scale sheet.
  2. I've built 15 in 1/48 and 6 in 1/72. But at this time, I actually only "have" 2 in 1/48 and 3 in 1/72. I'm just "crazy" about Forts.
  3. Just finished this one. Hasegawa B17F done as Wabash Cannonball from the 91st BG. Hope you like.
  4. Just finished this one. Hasegawa 1/72 B-17G built as "Chuckie", a currently flying restored warbird. Until recently, was owned by Jerry Yagan of the Military Aviation Museum located near me. I apologize for the pictures, I can't seem to get NMF a/c to come out clear. Hope you like.
  5. At this time, I'm only working on a 1/72 B-17G marked as "Chuckie"; a restored warbird that was based near me until recently. After that, we'll see.
  6. Just finished this one, Hasegawa 1/72 B-17G built as "The Body" for the 1962 movie "The War Lover" Screen flown by Steve McQueen and Robert Wagner. Hope you like.
  7. Drug this one out to freshen up. Minicraft B-17G built 20 years ago. Modified to be movie correct to depict "Picadilly Lily" from the 12 O'Clock High movie. Not up to current build standards, but still looks ok to me. Hope you like it.
  8. After building 15 Monogram 1/48 B-17's, I decided that I needed to go a little smaller. Just finished this one. Revell of Germany "new tool" B-17F in 1/72. Finished as "Lighting Strikes" from the 91st BG. Hope you like.
  9. Just finished this one. Aoshima Mad Max "Road Warrior" Falcon converted to version as seen in the 1st movie "Mad Max". Aoshima kit with resin conversion kit. Hope you like.
  10. Just finished this one. Box stock build of the Monogram 1/48 F-100. Hope you like.
  11. It's not bad, however there are newer and better kits out now. I just built what I had handy.
  12. Third pair of "Ceiling hangers" for my friend. Needed some "Bad Guys". Monogram 1/48 Me-262. Hope you like.
  13. The second pair of "ceiling hangers" for my friend. Monogram 1/48 P-51B and Hasegawa 1/48 P-51D. Hope you like.
  14. I have a friend who wanted some "ceiling hangers". These are the first two. Testors 1/48 P-47's I had in the stash. Modified to depict P-47M's from the 56th FG. Hope you like.
  15. I have pics of USAF A/C in Viet Nam both with and without national insignia. Looks strange, but this plane was built as one pictured w/o insignia. I know that some were flown w/o insignia on missions that were "clandestine". The most often seen A/C w/o insignia is the B-26K "Nimrod" Invader.
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