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    #3 fubar57, Oct 5, 2011
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    All I ever find in boxes is air. Great find. Wish that came in 1/48. 8 Marks complete, so many to go.:shock:


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    i have 100's of kits either for restoration or new in boxes that were collected by me as a teenager (cough years ago),if i hadn't had a break in and had the main collection stolen it would have been in the 1000's including every frog/airfix/revell/and others available at the time all in 1/72nd and mostly new in the boxes,thanks to you all for showing interest in my amateur attempts at model making
     
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    i've now finished this little kit,there wasn't much to do really apart from paintwork and external detailing but i like the results
     
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    Looking quite good.
     
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    thanks Wojtek
     
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    I agree. And I also think it's possibly now time to apply your vehicle restoration skills to modelling - should make a heck of a difference !
     
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