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Space Ranger last won the day on June 27 2014

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  1. “anything to go by” = “an example.” (In this case, an example of your past work. And I agree with Noel Smith!)
  2. My sentiments exactly! Although I’ll probably spring for one of the Xtrakits (prototype). The “waterline” option is too good to pass up.
  3. I’m by no means knowledgeable about armored vehicles or their colors, but the color of the vehicle in the bottom photo looks to me much like faded WW II USAAF Sand 49/ANA 616.
  4. Welcome from the Dallas-Fort Worth area! In the late ‘70s/early ‘80s I lived in Middletown and worked in Hartford for the EMS Council. These past few weeks, with temps here in the high 90s/ low 100s, I have really missed Connecticut’s mild weather!
  5. See here for official Boeing model drawings of several B-52 variants and other Boeing aircraft: https://postimg.cc/gallery/4x4wZWr and https://postimg.cc/gallery/3yg2kFp
  6. This was a Cierva 3-blade rotor married to the cabin of a de Havilland DH.80A Puss Moth. One was built: G-ABLM. It was later re-designated C.26 when a 2-blade rotor was installed. Does anyone have scale drawings of this aircraft? A Google search turned up many photos but no plans/drawings.
  7. Oh, dear! I just happened upon this thread and was distressed to learn of your hospital stay. Glad you are out and doing better. I suffered a mishap myself back in May and still am feeling the effects; slipped on a curb/kerb and fell heavily onto a concrete sidewalk. The only obvious damage was some abrasions, but I broke a big toe and contused my inner chest wall and damaged a knee. No hospital stay, but three months later and I’m still hurting in places I didn’t know I had places! Nice work on that F-102! It’s one of my favorite Cold War aircraft.
  8. Scale Aircraft Productions’ items are well-made, but in most cases are merely copies of the kit parts. I’m not aware of any differences in this case., so I don’t know if they would offer any advantages.
  9. Where do I find some of those gears and round posts to add to my Legos?
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