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replicant last won the day on October 24 2017

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  1. Hello Steve, wonderful Corsair, but i stumbled over your new; nice (not Kelly Mc Gillis EXCUSE ME kELLY) avatar, remembering me to be a subscriber of the german MAD in the seventies: IT CONTINUES EVEN NOT PRINTED!!!!!!!! cHEERS; tOM
  2. Thank you, mates! Only one San Diego Museum-Tomcat in Top Gun 2, otherwise only Superbugs, they should have made one Super Tomcat flyable.... i know no chance because of Iran Cheers, Tom
  3. Hello Britmodellers, while waiting until 2020 my Top Gun Two: F-14A and Scooter in 72, in 1:1 were flying in Miramar 1976/1981 Cheers, Tom
  4. By Thors Hammer! Prototypes are Gold! Very nice, that oldtimer, i have also build memories of that kit! Cheers, Tom
  5. Thank you Britmodellers, that you like it! Thank you, again, 3 grand of likes, my little airplanes and the few ships, lorries and lone star kirovets are very proud of your reactions! Modellingtime is better than Hammertime! Cheers, Tom
  6. Thank you Russ! Similar taste i presume, not only for your wonderful "Trapper", i made it too 1978 in small
  7. Hello Britmodellers, This is 188907 RCAF from AETE in Cold Lake, built in 1996, some Verlinden Big Set added, hope you like it! Cheers, Tom
  8. Thank you that you like my little cat! Her legs are a little weak now, but i didnt glue them, oldie but goldie has to hold on... Cheers, Tom
  9. Hello guys! 1:72 model from Hasegawa, built 41 years ago, with Microscale Decals. This is my very old build of 1978, first pictures ever to be shown. The clear coat got yellowish on some spots (early Revell clear varnish). I polished the canopy and blew the dust off... Cheers, Tom
  10. Thank you, that you like it! The Varks were always the biggest showstoppers for me, so fast. They made quite a noise at Erding Show in the 80ies... Cheers, Tom!
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