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Unread October 12th, 2014, 10:15 PM
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Default New (nearly completed) aircraft room

After a nightmare few months of moving my wife was kind enough to let me steal the in-laws quarters in the house. The new workbench area is much smaller but I gain a lot of display space. Hopefully I can get the place more organized soon.




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Unread October 13th, 2014, 02:08 AM
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Wow. That is sweet!
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Love the in-flights. Airplanes belong in the air. Honestly though, the whole shootin' match looks great!
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nice place good job
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what a great room, HELL YEAH!!!!!! looks really good.
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Looks really nice - it's always interesting to see how we customize our spaces - how they are all totally different - yet somehow, all oddly familiar

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Thanks guys. Biggest challenge ahead is trying to find a cabinet big enough to hold some larger kits like a B-52 and B-36
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Great spot, looks as though its coming together nicely.
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I have the same Ferris print in my office! F-4's rule!
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Nice joint!
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Nice display space. Will you be moving your workbench inside the finished part soon?
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Default Saturn V

I have to add one more thing: I absolutely love the Apollo/Saturn V model. I was 13 years old when Apollo 11 landed on the moon. I remember that like it was yesterday. Sadly, I also remember the Apollo I incident where we lost 3 astronauts, and the Apollo 13 mission: "Houston, we have a problem." I actually remember the Gemini missions. What a great time to be alive. It's so sad that this great country has lost its "mojo" due to pathetic leadership, if we can even call it leadership at all. Oh well, enough of the political garbage. As always, the USA will come back. However, we can only come back under the name of God. Afterall, this country was founded on Judeo-Christian principals. God Bless America!!!
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With the gas water heater & furnace I would be careful airbrushing lacquers

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Nice display space. Will you be moving your workbench inside the finished part soon?
I plan on leaving it where it is. Once I can get the funds available I'm wanting to get some large cases made so I can get my bigger 1:72 models built and get everything together.
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