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  • Birthday 07/19/1952

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  1. Love the build and I am learning a lot with your comments (as well as everybody else's additions) I am very curious to see how you will paint the camo pattern. Will you mask over the PE and railings? Greg
  2. I admire your patience to work with this old kit. The build looks beautiful! Greg
  3. Just beautiful work! I have the plans but never seem to get up the nerve to attempt it so I am anxious to follow. Is the build by Dmitriy Shevelev on a Russian forum? Greg
  4. Well done!! I would love to see your approach to a few of the individual tracks. Greg
  5. Excellent plane! Did you vacuum form the canopy or was it an option from the manufacturer? Either way the work is wonderful. Greg
  6. Another nice build. You needed something quick because those paper armor builds seem to take a long time. Greg
  7. Very well done! An amazing build. How you managed to get all those subassemblies to come together is a mystery to me. I can't wait to see your tank build! Greg

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