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I can ask them next time

May 28 2011 at 5:48 AM

William De Coster  (Login eazyprinz)
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Response to Great Stuff!

It might be a good idea for them to do a landing gear bay for the Hasegawa kit too - and maybe for Revell too - the Fw-190 is a hugely popular bird and I think it will sell pretty well

You are right about all the aeronautical engineer's doodling - I find it sometimes still hard to grasp how many subjects there are out there

Thanks for dropping in Chuck - it is appreciated







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William De Coster / Belgium be.png / past builds on HS : Plastic Stories

- Group Build Airfix Kits - Bristol Beaufighter Mk.II : Part I - Part II - Part III - Part IV - Part V - Part VI - Part VII (incl Flanders Modelling Festival 2011 show report) - Part VIII (incl Patherscup 2011 show report Pt.2)new.gif
- Plastic Pics Vami Models - Me P. Schwalbe : Part I (incl Pantherscup 2011 show report Pt.1)new.gif

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