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PostPosted: Sat May 19, 2007 10:56 pm 
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You'd have to have a pretty big hook and strong line to reel that one in. Hmmm, maybe they used the anchor! :lol:


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that is a cool pic willygoat!!!, thanks :D


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Who is this plane :?: :roll:

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Bell XFM-1, here's the link

http://www.airbornegrafix.com/HistoricAircraft/Design/YFM1.htm

Check out the other aircraft.

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BLAST! Niki beat me. Nice job. THat would be a fun model :)


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That's got "FG material" written all over it!

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Where do you see that? You must have better eyes than me. :roll: Sorry, I couldn't resist. School's almost out and I'm getting to be as bad as the kids.


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Boy that suckers odd looking. And now on the list.

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Yippee!! Gee Murphy, we could make you really busy if we keep finding wierd planes.


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Yeah. My "to do" list is about a mile long. I got enouugh models to last a year at least.

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I'll see if I can help you add to the list :twisted:


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I dunno, I think the Airacuda looks kinda cool. Now if only they had fitted rocket-pods, cannon, BFG's instead of those gunner's seats in front of the engines...

Then again, I always did have a thing for pusher-props...

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Here you go murphy. Try this one 8) It would fill an empty space in the FG lineup.

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Nah. I wanna stay away from big stuff. The Gigant and B-10 caused enough nightmares.

I'm just looking for little, wierd models that'll take up to 1 or 2 sheets, preferably. It's hard keeping track of the models with 10, 15 or even 30 sheets.

Besides, I wanna leave a few models for other people to design.

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The B-47 would be awesome, and not too difficult to design, the B-47 and early B-52's had a lot in common. I just bought a book on the history of Boeing and the B-52 was basically an enlarged B-47, I'll scan a couple of photos and put them online and the similarities are amazing. But in saying that I like Aaron's idea of smaller models, I'm running out of space for the larger ones. As for my designs, which one, F-105 or Canberra?

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