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tiking last won the day on December 25 2017

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  1. Glad you approve Steve. Thank you for your encouraging words.
  2. Hi Andy. It would look great but my issue is electronics. I'm terrible and thus lack experience and lust to start fibbling witj something I have to business fibbling with... But if I was to even start to think installing lights, how and where will I start, especially when it is already built???
  3. Yeah. I just say, it stays in hover mode, just like the land speeder.
  4. Mmmmmm! Another good point. Thanks. Hi Will. Thank you. Yeah, I do a mix of sponge and scrap marks with a toothpick or with the end of the blade. Thanks for pointing it out. I must have missed that spot. Glad you liked it.
  5. That could work, but I was thinking about the sensitivity issue among certain people. So I left it.
  6. Thank you Dave. I appreciate it. Glad to know that I did something right.
  7. Thanks for your suggestions. I may just have to do it. Going to look through my decal collection, and see what I can come up with for decals. I would love to make copies of most of my sci-fi builds, but have do not have the know-how.
  8. Much appreciated Goggsy. Glad you approve.
  9. Another sci-fi build. Seem to be doing a lot of those these days. I have one more to do than I will be back to building the usual truck and 1/35 builds. I had been working on this for some weeks now and have gotten it to this point. The majority of the work is a combination of scratch building, and some kit-bashing. I pretty much used whatever and anything that was in my arsenal. Lots of small bits and pieces went into making this, a somewhat, believable sci-fi transport. I still have a little more work to do on the wagon behind the driver's compartment before calling it done. Thanks to Shane Bradley for coming up with the name for this build.. Again, my pic taking is not the best. Sorry for the quality of the pics. The G-8 Cargo 'anti-gravity pod. This is a small low level cargo vehicle. One that conveys smaller goods and mechanical items around a major industrial factory. Basically indoors chore with a mega huge space. But it can be used outside to convey goods between two complex.
  10. Thank you. Eller, tack så mycket.
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