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hacker

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About hacker

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  • Birthday 02/04/1961

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    dwrobbins2002@yahoo.ca
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    https://www.facebook.com/David-Hacker-Robbins-scale-modeler-155791415045443/
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    dwrobbinsresearchdesk@yahoo.ca

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Ontario Canada
  • Interests
    1/72 & 1/32 aircraft, 1/48 helicopters & aircraft

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  1. Fujimi did one but it was very bad. Their later J and S are ok. Hacker
  2. l was hoping he would finish the back dating the Cobra family first. A 1/48 G and J would be nice Hacker
  3. The Philippines Air force just got some blackhawks but not sure the version and if this will work. The S-70 is manufactured in Poland Hacker
  4. planning to do this plane myself eventually. Part of my research is colours which l have here based on Tamyia paint range. Not full committed on this but here it is for reference if you chose to French colours underside grey one part XF-25 to one part XF-2 Topside Grey one part XF-53 to one part XF18 French Khaki two parts XF49 to one part XF-5 Brown XF-10 Dark Green X-5 Hacker and no l ain't colour blind
  5. hacker

    Hannover

    here is a question what version was the Airfix kit? Hacker
  6. The last part is interesting . Never thought Helicopters. Wonder if that extended to the Cobras as well? Hacker
  7. l figured on 1950 jets up to maybe just before 1960? Who really knows but it was an interesting question to ask Hacker
  8. l believe this is a good as place as any to ask a question. The standard USAAF seat belts you find in say a Mustang or Thunderbolt was carried over with the creation of the USAF. My question is how long did they use that system? l know there must be newer version now but it seems to me it was used for great period of time. Why l am asking is l got several 1/48 projects on the got including a OV-10A Bronco which from my point of view used that same belts as the mustangs did. l am l right or am l wrong? Hacker.....fasten your belts this is going to be a bumpy ride!
  9. l have lots of references for the D VII but the most critical line drawings l need for a project is those wing ribs. l have a set but l found out the whole drawing is wrong . The search will continue. l am duly impressed. That 3D wing takes a lot of the work out of scratchbuilding it. It also from my perspective the fun too but that is me. hacker...I boldly go no where
  10. Now finish that Mk III ! l will be watching with interest Hacker
  11. ok going to watch this one too. l believe the Eastern Express is the same kit. Meanwhile Dora Wings is coming out with the Mk 1 you just finished. Hacker
  12. now that is what modeling building ( at least to me ) is all about. Well done Hacker
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