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zegeye

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  1. OK. Thanks. The photo and all my pictures were not visible on my power Mac. But today I can see it on my old laptop.... so maybe it was sommething wrong with my Safari....
  2. I made a photo for a start, but it is invisible at imgbox server. (as my all previous photos) Do other have same problems?
  3. My contributon to this group build will be the finest Tamiya mount. I'll use an OWL aftermarkets...resine radar and decals set. But will start after June.
  4. This is my latest build. OOB newest ArmaHobby Hurricane. It is easy to build. Very good quality.
  5. The Old Academy model was on the shelf with a set of Aires add-ons .... yes I know there is Tamiya .... but I had it all at home and found that I would put it together. I still have old Hasegawa on the shelf with additions .... I'll also put it together when the time comes. In this model I managed to stuff: - resin cockpit (Aires) - resin main gear interiors (Aires) - resin main gear covers (Aires) - resin engine (Aires) - resin guns in wings (Quickboost) - Quickboost resin propeller - engine cover from the Hasegawa model - Pavla resin bombs - bazookas from the Tamiya model - Rob Taurus windshield (vacu) - inside of the tail wheel and an additional fuel tank from the P-47 N SWORD model - scraped air intake in the engine cover and a few other small things. If anyone is interested then he can see the construction thread here: The model presents a plane from 318 fighter group, 19 squadron. Saipan 1944.
  6. I agree. My apologies. I do not know why you are buying polish tyres for BRDM in Canada, but think it is cheaper for transport? From Warsaw to Sydney is more than 15 000 km. And from Canada about 13 000. Of course you can buy in Poland if you wish. For eg. here: http://www.sklepy24.pl/sklep/jadarhobby_pl/produkt/skp-model-093-kola-do-brdm-btr-wczesny-1-35-/20959. This and other stuff is made by polish company ARMO. I don't know who is making this wheels, but I'm Japanese airplane enthusiast and have only small primary knowledge about armor wehicles.
  7. And I'm wondering why mr. zigster (as one and only man in this forum) care so much about polish market. Especially that he is from Sydney (Australia), so the local polish market is very far away.... 8-) And his posts are very close to that written in polish forum by one and only man as here. And this one and only man comments in the same way at Arma Hobby blog. 8-) Is that a coincidence ? I'm starting to doubt.... And for the last, but not least... why Arma Hobby should give polish markings in all their models? Why is it expected? Did they sign a cirograph? 8-) Do Tamiya, Hasegawa, Heller, Revell and other companies give markings from their countries to all their models? No! They don't. Why Arma should? And one more... polish modelers market is very small.... and the ''company'' isn't a hobby, it is business.
  8. I voted for this group so... this is my contribution...
  9. This will be classic.... hope I could finish it....
  10. This is my sharkmouth Mustang. P-51 B, 23 Fighter Group, Liuchow, China 1944. The model is Revell 1/72 scale. There are photoetched in the cabin. Bombs and bazookas are from Tamiya. Bazooka mountings are from scrach.
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