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Neat idea Hal

February 8 2012 at 1:42 PM

William De Coster  (Login eazyprinz)
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Response to Hi Joseph

I like this, though I would also like to be able to communicate during the build, then you can pick up things from each other, discuss problem areas and possible solutions and talk about small details which you will have forgotten after the build

On the other hand - the no talk during the build has a bigger surprise factor at the end

I enjoyed the duo build with Claus a lot, it was fun, and I'm already gearing up for the Hurricane build on the Airfix forum

I think more people like this and I think more one kit GBs will emerge, maybe one day a one kit single markings GB will follow


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