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Biggu

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  1. WOW.............. talk about 'eye candy".................... I could stare at this for hours, such incredibly clean precise work............... amazing talents you show..... I could only dream of such beautiful detailed work......
  2. Sam, what a cool way to do a build thread, LOVE you photos, and trip explanation... I will follow this one for sure, awesome work on the LG and at 1/144 too ! Jeff
  3. Miniart customer service is the BEST, and awesome build...... this is really sweet
  4. Phenomenal ! The rigging looks spot on, what a beautiful build....
  5. AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  6. Absolutely stunning build, the engine is awesome ! I'm lovin this...
  7. Moa.................... you ARE a Master Modeler ................. beautiful craftsmanship
  8. I am speechless, this is a FANTASTIC build and 1/144 too..... I have to keep reminding myself of that part...... incredible
  9. Man................ I LOVE your work.... what did you use for tail rigging? It looks spot on... Jeff
  10. FWIW, I can also attest tot eh EXCELLENT customer service, and their communication is top drawer also, as they answer email questions very promptly........... I will be watching and enjoying this build from the back row, if that's ok... This will be most interesting..... Jeff
  11. Thanks Roy, and yes I do have the micro saws, and they work a treat, and a very light delicate hand is required sometimes, butt hat is modeling... right? I must admit, I do love the Mini Art subjects, and this build is wonderful, I look forward to each up date..... Jeff
  12. Roy, as per the advice given I did order a set of the Dspaie cutters, but due to this virus thing, they said it will take some time to get to Canada............ I likely won't see them until late August or September.... but that's ok, I will learn new techniques here, and have something to look forward to..... thanks for the info, I do order the D7 with the blade..... Jeff
  13. You, my friend are an artistic engineer, such beautiful precise work on that cab, this is awesome work ! Jeff
  14. T M O !!!!!!!!!!!!! I love the new name, and it fits perfectly ! The build is stupendous !
  15. Oh , I hear you there........... I have a good friend doing a frame off restoration of a '69 convertible.............. I LOVE the classic Mustangs...
  16. Oh yes , the ski version does warm my heart, I just think that with your amazing talents, you could and would knock it out of the park, and yes I thought I could do the float version , but no where near to the level of your skills..... you really did a fabulous job on this and yes, I also totally agree that there was no colors to some of them up here, more utilitarian I guess eh?
  17. Exquisite paint work.... I like that a LOT
  18. Oliver, I am here following along, as a former Mustang owner, I am interested in this build, although my Mustangs were 2, 1968 notch back 289 automatic cars, and my last one was a 1971 Mach 1 351 Cobra Jet, 4 speed...... so I am watching with great interest...... to the extreme engineering skills you possess, and your fine attention to details.... your buddy Jeff
  19. That's what my mom used to say, and usually that meant 'no' .... regardless, this build is really, really good..... I enjoyed sitting along side and watching how nicely this came together.....
  20. Wow, this turned out awesome ! looks like the 'pressure' is on to do a Canadian float version, Moa
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