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PostPosted: Sat May 30, 2009 5:27 am 
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Is that a FG model?!

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You're wrong Lep!!!! It can't be easier if I can't see it :lol:

Yes Chris, it is FG. It's in the humongous P-51 folder


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I thought it probably was a FG model, but I checked and it's not in my model folder, hence the question :?.

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cdwheatley wrote:
I thought it probably was a FG model, but I checked and it's not in my model folder, hence the question :?.

yeah, it's not in my folder any more either.

So, the newest addition to the the micro collection, a F8F-2D drone controller repaint in 1:185 scale. it is built in "40 lb." card stock, or two sheets of 20 lb. printer paper glued together, which is just about the right thickness for this scale.

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with the rest of the collection
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I've had to move a couple o' the buildings elsewhere to make room for the Bearcat

A rubber band catapult powered F9F Cougar, same as my little one 'cept bigger with a 6" wing span
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this one has a max. range of about 80' and can easily go about 30' up

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Nice looking Mini Bearcat there John, I especially like the realistically weathered wooden flight deck. ;)

I have a Mig 15 Flyer that we could try having climb to height contests, it seems to poop out about 30 feet as well for some reason, I think gravity may be interfering with its' propulsion system ( Twin surgical rubber powered tubes). :lol:

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Great stuff John! That cougar is a nice little flyer.


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finely got 'round to stickin' the guns on m' Fokker Dr.1 t'day, I've 'ad the rest of the model done for some time now.

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The prop & engine are attached to the same shaft, so blowing on the prop makes the engine turn with the prop. The guns are from John dell's D.VII, with little bits of blackened brass wire for the gun barrels. It has no seet, & the interior is not colored, but the pictures are carefully taken to hide the fact :wink:

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That sure is a beauty John! I like the whole spinner and engine combo thingy :D


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dbl cool beans there......i likes it alot..... :D :D :D :D

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:shock: Lookin Super Duper John :wink:

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That sure is a nice lookin' Triplane ya got there John :D.

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Cool beans!

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John, Kinda hard to see the guns and all :( Try finding yourself a lighter background :wink: Just a thought :D I use an old piece of cardboard shaped like an L. :D

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Nice looking Tripe Fokker there John, I like the "custom guns" you added.

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thanks folks!

Bob, I'll try a lighter background 'n' see if ya can see the details better.

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