Grumman F9F-5 and -5P Panther

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    I got a couple ofem in 48th, unbuilt if someone wants to trade?
     
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    Greetings my friend;


    You get an at-aboy for this one, nice............ thanks Lacrossedart ................. [​IMG]


    Nice manual............... :D


    Be Cool,


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    Thanks, Mike, all attaboys gratefully accepted. I seem to recall seeing something in another thread about not posting NATOPS manuals on the site, do you know if that's true? Sincerely, Ken
     
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    Thanks a lot dear friend! Excellent!
     
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    Greetings N4521U...... Please identify what kind of aircraft you are flying .........


    Unfortunately..... no, BUT, if you have one in 1/32 scale, I will gladly swap my
    wife's cat for it............. [​IMG]


    Have a good one,


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