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  • Birthday 05/11/1962

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  1. Over at Danske Modelbyggere (Danish Modellers) there's a tread about this. It is in danish, but you can find the aircrafttype and the FS number and go from there! https://www.danskemodelbyggere.dk/forum/index.php?topic=1818.0 I think the consensus is Dark Green FS34079, later FS14079 (same colour, different shine) Cheers Hans J
  2. Looks interesting! The Maryland along with it's sisters - Baltimore and Marauder are among my favourite bomber of WW2 Is it a rebox of the Frog kit? Cheers Hans J
  3. A really nice model! I too build the Airfix kit oh so many moons ago, but not to your standard! I can only hope my Roden 1/32 Bird Dog comes out as well as yours did! Cheers Hans J
  4. WOW! That's a beautifull model! I especially like the tonedifference of the panels! Well done indeed! I remember seeing the UFO show on german television (Denmark didn't show it! ) and this was one of my favourites! I didn't see too many episodes though - some of them scared the out of me (I was a small kid at the time! ) Cheers Hans J
  5. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder - and to my eye your 232 is a true beaut! Well done indeed! Cheers Hans J
  6. Well done! Whenever I see one of those the words:"10-4, Rubberduck" rings in my ears! Shows off my age too! Cheers Hans J
  7. Well done indeed! Very inspiring! Cheers Hans J
  8. Looks like a great kit! I'm always astounded by what one can find in ones loft! I too have found kits I couldn't remember I had! Looking forward to seeing this one! Cheers Hans J
  9. Your F-4E looks sharp! As for the Navy pilots....John Glenn - a Marine - was on loan to the USAF during the Korean war, so why not! Cheers Hans J
  10. It sure does! I've never seen an ESCI 1/48 Crusader, only it's smaller 1/72 scale brethren, which are nice kits in their own right. Your F-8 surely looks the part and that is all that counts! Cheers Hans J
  11. We're here to help! Here's a link to Bernliner Zinnfiguren in ...Berlin, just to show you how the box and figures look - out of stock, unfortuneally! https://www.zinnfigur.com/Vollfiguren/Bausaetze/Hersteller-O-R/Preiser/1-32/Modellfigur-Eva.html Cheers Hans J
  12. Hi! You are correct! Preiser have a series of 'Adam' and 'Eva' figures in different scales including 1/35. They are mulitpose as you can combine different torsos, legs, arms and heads, so making a seated female is no problem. I have found however that they are difficult to track down. Cheers Hans J
  13. What a beaut'! Just I like a NMF model to be! What paint did you use? Cheers Hans J
  14. Not to worry - no worms here - in fact your interest has only sparked my intention to start it again. It is on the 'to'build'-list at the top just after my Crusaders. I've found that I don't do well in multible builds at one time. I therefore build one - and then the next. I'm not sure, but I think that me pausing this build was because I joined a GB at that time and then forgot about this one. I found it again after your first post with 1/700 passengers, railings and trucks so I'm starting to get exited about it once more. So in fact I have to thank you for bringing my at
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