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Oldest built model you still have. I'll show you mine if you show me yours

May 9 2012 at 6:33 PM

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After seeing Serge's model of the Monogram P-400/P-39, I got to wondering what's the oldest one that I have done. Here it is:


I built the 1/72 scale C-130 refueling 2 A-4E's over Vietnam. It was originally built about 30 years ago for the Headquarters Building at MCAB El Toro. It moved to the El Toro Flying Leatherneck Museum and then to Miramar. This build along with 40-50 of my other builds are at Miramar now. I have gone from brush painting , to rattle cans to airbrushing spanning 30 years.

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Let's see some of yours, Thanks for looking


Mike

Semper Fidelis

Temecula Valley Model Club
"Haud Sceptrum, Haud Sentio, Haud Forsit

 
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