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  1. Yes ,I have been lucky that none of my ships have fallen from their shelves but the shelves I put up are quite robust with good wall anchors.
  2. Fokker DR 1 Building log

    Try Postimage.org.
  3. 1/48 JU-287

    Indeed they were!
  4. Jack Aubery

    Shame that they never made a sequel,as Russell said he would but I guess ,the box office did not justify it.
  5. Sratch built Russian rail tank

    Thanks it does cause a stir on every forum I post it on!
  6. Sratch built Russian rail tank

    Yep had to make an RTV mold of the T-28 Turret and make 3 resin copies.
  7. Sratch built Russian rail tank

    Ok here is the back story I made up for it.Originally built and used by the red army,Captured by the Germans and painted in German cammo and later captured by the US Army and transported by ship ti Aberdeen Maryland for evaluation.
  8. Sratch built Russian rail tank

    Made to run on O gauge track
  9. 1/72 Hasegawa Mavis

  10. Scratch built air ship

    Yes my interests are diverse and I have been known to make ships on occasion!
  11. Scratch built air ship

    Features a brass tube keel,plastic bulkheads and stringers and is covered in many thin plastic plates.The engines are motorized.

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