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Canute

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About Canute

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    Engine Stoker 3rd Class
  • Birthday 10/18/1948

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    Western NC
  • Interests
    Napoleonic Age of Sail, ACW

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  1. You have any Cook Outs? Grilled burgers with fresh ingredients. Made to order, so they are slow. .
  2. If it tastes good, it must be bad for you. I'm with Carl on the Diet stuff. Too many chemicals that aren't good for us. Juices and water for me. With the occasional adult beverage as needed.
  3. Here in the Southeast, the outlets are Hardee's. Same company. Culver's is better.
  4. Hmm, I haven't built a tank in forever. 😲
  5. It's an MRAP ATV with all those goodies. Imagine the Abrams TUSK kit they have. One version is a full interior.
  6. Yeah, really like a large moving map display. Extremely detailed. Is it a full detailed interior?
  7. Alclad makes lacquer based metallic paints in several different shades, but it's sprayed on. AK interactive also has a line, Xtreme metal paint, but it also is an airbrush product. I read their how to Here: http://www.ak-masters.com/ak/NEWSMARCH2015/XTREME_METAL.pdf It supports polishing and masking with good results, but it's a spray.
  8. Waiting with bated breath, EG. Ya know, you could leave it in overall black, apply national markings like the US Navy VX-4 Phantoms at China Lake, the ones with the Playboy logo.
  9. EG, the primer looks very good. I suspect you may see a few minor blemishes, but you'll overcome them. 👍 I've never attempted a BMF, although I have built up a few plated passenger cars.

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