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PostPosted: Mon Nov 03, 2008 1:40 pm 
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Where do you guys buy the giant exacto blades?

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probably got that one from lep.... :lol: :lol:

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I wouldn't doubt it :lol:


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well, actually it is just a regular old #11 blade! y'all should try buildin' small ones, its really not as hard as its cracked up to be

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SEE!? See what I told you? :twisted: Thank you John... BTW, a great job. As I suggested in the "Buildings" forum, use 22-24 pound printer paper. at the small scales, the thickness is right. I sometimes even get down to 20#.
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a 1/60 scale F4U-5 with 2 500lb. bombs and a 150 gal. drop tank on the center line pylon. not sure if that arangement is acurate, and the pylons might be a tad to long, but it looks neet anyhoo
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I started it a while ago, didn't get 'round to finishing it tell today.

that wire stand is nice, ya can bend it around and have yo' plane flyn' at all kinds a angles without havin' to have to get a new stand!

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Are you sure that's an FG Corsair? That's by far the BEST FG Corsair I've seen in my entire life :D I really like the bomb and drop tank detail. Nice touch John.


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I agree with Willygoat, if that's an FG model, the best FG corsair, really slick, nice payload too.

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Hey Tim

8) Really Looks Good, Like a Corsair should :!: :D

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fantastic job...thats my favorite WWII plane......great pics also....easy to look at...... :D :D :D

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thanks fellers! yes, that is an FG model, the controversial Corsair #5

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Maybe I missed something. What made it controversial?

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Texman wrote:
Maybe I missed something. What made it controversial?

it was the question on wether it was a F4U-4, an AU-1 or an F4U-5. A '4 masquerading as a '5 is what it looks like.

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Great Corsair. I have enjoyed your other postings also..Keep em coming.


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Very nice. I really like that prop too. Great job!


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