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    Default Lager scale model

    For those wanting a larger scale plane check out this link.

    http://www.barnstormers.com/classifi...g+Project.html

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    hmmm with the way Clipper's models are increasing in size with latest tripe I say he is about a year and a half away from going to 1:1 scale
    Thanks for the link more places to add to the bucket list of places to visit

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    Thanks Ray my friend posted as how about this in your front yard. Rather a tank then a plane.

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    Been there, done that! Lived at an airfield every weekend, my dad converted WWII bombers into fire bombers, taught aviation school, and built a dozen homebuilts and even inspected WWI birds at an aerodrome in Athol Idaho in the 60's and 70's. Nothing like having a Tigermoth to ride on Sunday afternoons! Ah, those were the days!

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    Lager scale model?

    Try this

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Manley View Post
    Lager scale model?

    Try this

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    got there ahead of me, but cute, very cute!

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    There's more beer flying around :

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    Yep, both beat me to it: perhaps a 'Lager scale model' means you need beer goggles on when building it?
    And as for miniatures -
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    WOW those are 1:1 scale models. Very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baldrick62 View Post
    Yep, both beat me to it: perhaps a 'Lager scale model' means you need beer goggles on when building it?
    And as for miniatures -
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    Now that is one fine collection of minis!!!!! I had one similar to it but it lost it's value. Somehow the liquid inside dissapeared.......

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    If you saw these flying past you'd have to seriously wonder what was in the last thing you ate

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    BOB

    If you add this P-51H project and yours, shake vigorously you might make a P-51!

    Rich


    http://www.courtesyaircraft.com/Curr...2044-64697.htm

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    Nice addition to my first start. Are you going to the event in Sept? If so Hope to meet you there.

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    Now, I'm thirsty! Time for a cold one, ja?



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