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 Post subject: Chip - Love your Models!
PostPosted: Wed May 07, 2008 12:15 pm 
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FG Folder

Joined: Thu Apr 17, 2008 6:45 pm
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Location: Covington, Wa.
Just wanted to say "thanks" for your products. I am having so much fun buiding your creations. So far I'm building the HUP-2 - back-dated to a HUP-1, the H-5 Dragonfly, Fl-282, and the H-19. All of the afore (except Fl-282) have plastic windows/canopies and interiors. I will post when I get my new DigCam.
I just ordered some more helo's last night. I plan on converting the Bell Sioux to a H-13J ( like Ike's presidential ride) - and the crop duster with the open cockpit. As a scratchbuilder, you offer me some unusual and "off-the-beaten-path" subjects - and your kits offer a basis to build some other interesting and odd contributions in our aviation history.
I've read some yak-yak about magic keys or whatever - I don't even know what they are - but I see it kind of like the Wonka Bar with a golden card to the Factory. The offer was good while it lasted, it's done now, let's move on.
I'd really like to see a CH-37 Mojave ( to go along with your CH-64 Skycrane), H-46 SeaKnight and the mighty H-47 Chinook.
I love the Boeing Model 299 and ordered it - I work @ Boeing and am a volunteer on the B-29 restoration project - my next order will be for your B-29!
Thanks Again
Greg


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PostPosted: Sat May 10, 2008 3:09 am 
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FG Origami Master

Joined: Wed Jun 13, 2007 4:16 pm
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Location: Montana USA
I, too, am a Fiddlersgreen fanatic. Right now, I have all building discs and all but 3 aircraft discs. I love em! It's therapy to de-stress by watching a b-movie on the tube, while cutting out and pasting together a paper model for my already overcrowded display shelf, or paste together a collage from all the little caractures that come with them. Even with the high cost of printer ink, it's still cheaper than plastic models, too. I've been having great fun with FG!

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PostPosted: Sat May 10, 2008 5:37 am 
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Location: Waterlooville, Hampshire, England
I'll second that! :D


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