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    Aviation ( retired pilot, USMC & TWA), travel, family

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  1. Artesania Latina New Swift model

    I'm looking forward to your build. This was my first build.
  2. Jack Aubery

    You just gotta love Captain Jack Aubrey
  3. LST 452

    I'll enjoy watching your build
  4. PBS Series The Vietnam War

    Your picture brought back memories having been a Marine helicopter pilot in Viet Nam
  5. happy birthday

    1. HIPEXEC


      Thank you! That's very thoughtful of you.


  6. Chuck

    Thanks to your help I finished the aft structures on my Argus (Syren) I couldn't have done it without you.


    Rich "hipexec"

    doors glued in 001.JPG

    1. Chuck


      looks great!!!! well done

  7. Sanding Sticks

    I just make my own. This way I can have all sorts of sizes and shapes to get into weird places.
  8. completed USS Constitution 012

    Thanks. Happy New Year Rich
  9. DSC02532 wett

    Nice work!
  10. 19

    Frank, It looks like you're setting a record for being on the opening page of this website. Way to go! Rich
  11. 14

    Beautiful work!
  12. final9

    Great job!
  13. completed USS Constitution 010

    Thanks....My Admiral thinks it looks good in the living room, too.

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