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Hey Jeeves when did you order that book from spain?...I'm look at ordering of stuff from there but not sure if it a good idea as of yet with the virus and slow mail(if any).
A Dinah? No, not recently. I have a Tamiya one in the stash and a shitei on the shelf of doom to finish.Sprue Bro haul.
Got notice that the wicker seat for the Camel was in, they only had one. I had to fill the order out some. Dinah is just too cool to pass up. @sharkman , did you build one recently Warren?
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The Jeep, have to have it for my long suffering idea of the Korean Dozer/Tank dio based on my Dad's photos.
And the spool of rigging line,
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Looks like it was our old friend Les who did it, guess the shape of this thing stuck with me.A Dinah? No, not recently. I have a Tamiya one in the stash and a shitei on the shelf of doom to finish.
The most recent one I completed was the Ki-49 Helen I believe. They both look like nice kits though!
Looks like it was our old friend Les who did it, guess the shape of this thing stuck with me.
This model was built from the Arii 1/72 scale Dinah trainer kit. The model was put in the markings of one of the many aircraft that was used on November 1st 1945 against the Allied forces when they attempted to storm the beaches of Japan. Anything that could fly (including trainers)were used by...modelersalliance.org
No, I have not heard from him in a very long time. Email address I had for him bounces.
It was ordered on March 27th so it took some time to get here...the virus only lasts a few days on surfaces like the book so considering it was packaged and sent so long ago, I'm sure it's fine. I washed my hands after opening the package...but if you're worried, a quick spray of Lysol should alleviate any fears I suppose.Hey Jeeves when did you order that book from spain?...I'm look at ordering of stuff from there but not sure if it a good idea as of yet with the virus and slow mail(if any).