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6 hours ago, VTHokiEE said:

My Alert came with boxwood deck planking that I didn’t use as I bought the etched deck when it came out. This is an iPhone shot and the boxwood is still in plastic but it should give you an idea. Also this pear sheet was not laser cut by Chris but by his contractor prior to him purchasing a laser cutter.

 

Hang on to that boxwood.  The way things are going it will be worth it's weight in gold.

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I got mine today!

 

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Plus, from Dave, I received this:

 

 

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So, I now own all five of Chris’s releases, plus the 1/72 Bellerophon.

Without purchasing another kit, at my building pace I now have enough Vanguard Models kits to give me 574 years of quality bench time, give or take a decade or two.

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5 hours ago, ErnieL said:

I now own all five of Chris’s releases

 

C'mon Ernie, play fair - leave some for the rest of us! Between you and Glenn it seems like Texas is cornering the market in Vanguard models.

 

5 hours ago, ErnieL said:

574 years of quality bench time

 

If you rig all the guns, add another 200 years 😁

 

Derek

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