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Tempting indeed

March 6 2012 at 1:29 PM

William De Coster  (Login eazyprinz)
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Response to Kawasaki Ki78 - part III. Minor progress only.

I also have seen that Meng kit - and wondering what it was, I never have heard of them before

I'm sorry to hear about the carpet monsters appetite - but as you say with some elbow grease things can be restored - it looks kinda cool in orange, you have a great finish too, nice work

I had my doubts about the u/c too... but it's just on the good side of acceptable for me

And I like that little Kurogane, I'm a bit stalled on mine now... I don't think I can follow you with a monthly military build - maybe seasonal...

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This message has been edited by eazyprinz from IP address on Mar 6, 2012 1:29 PM

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