WWI Digest 3528 Topics covered in this issue include: 1) Today in History by "Brent Theobald" 2) CSM ANNOUNCEMENT by ERIC HIGHT 3) CSM ANNOUNCEMENT by ERIC HIGHT 4) Trade: ICM Grosser Kurfurst for Revell Flower by "R N Pearson" 5) Re: Model bases by "R N Pearson" 6) OT Armour by LEONARDPeterL@aol.com 7) Re: Model bases by "Brad & Merville" 8) Re: Back from holidays by "Pedro Soares" 9) Re: Model bases by John_Impenna@hyperion.com 10) RE: Update on my Pfalz D.IIIa (and Pfalz D.XII) by Shane Weier 11) Re: Model bases by LEONARDPeterL@aol.com 12) Re: Re: Model bases by "Ray Boorman" 13) Re: Re: Model bases by "Ray Boorman" 14) Scale Models International by Shane Weier 15) Airfix classics question by "Jeff Wilson" 16) Re: Model bases by Ernest Thomas 17) Re: Update on my Pfalz D.IIIa (and Pfalz D.XII) by Ernest Thomas 18) Re: Today in History by Ernest Thomas 19) Re: Airfix classics question by =?iso-8859-1?Q?Volker_H=E4usler?= 20) Re: Airfix classics question by MAnde72343@aol.com 21) Re: Today in History by MAnde72343@aol.com 22) RE: Update on my Pfalz D.IIIa (and Pfalz D.XII) by Shane Weier 23) Puttying (was RE: Update on my Pfalz D.IIIa (and Pfalz D.XII)) by "Matt Bittner" 24) Lance Kreig by "Matt Bittner" 25) RE: Airfix classics question by Shane Weier 26) Re: RE: Airfix classics question by "Jeff Wilson" 27) Re: Update on my Pfalz D.IIIa (and Pfalz D.XII) by Ernest Thomas 28) Re: Mostly 1/48 OT kits for sale. by DNSH@aol.com ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 19:03:50 -0000 From: "Brent Theobald" To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Today in History Message-ID:

Howdy!

I thought I'd post a quick note that on this day in 1918 Czar Nicholas and his family were executed. Not exactly OT but I do think it was one of the most important events of the century. It helped shape history for the next 80 years. I consider it one of the roots of The Cold War.

Later!

Brent

 



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------------------------------ Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 12:18:05 -0700 From: ERIC HIGHT To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: CSM ANNOUNCEMENT Message-ID: <5.0.2.1.0.20010716121644.0226c390@pop.amug.org> hello list, it's me again mister CRS(can't remember s***t) of course d.i. applies. thanks again. eric ------------------------------ Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 13:39:30 -0700 From: ERIC HIGHT To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: CSM ANNOUNCEMENT Message-ID: <5.0.2.1.0.20010716133805.02270450@pop.amug.org> hello list, one more time i'll try and get it all out.... the price is 47.99 before di and that's USD shane not aussie dollars!!! thanks again. regards, eric ------------------------------ Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 13:57:11 -0700 From: "R N Pearson" To: SMML , ww1 mailing list Subject: Trade: ICM Grosser Kurfurst for Revell Flower Message-ID: <200107161553125.SM02180@[204.244.50.34]> Hi All, As some of you are aware I am in the process of building the Revell 1/72 Flower Class Corvette. I have now reached the stage where I realise that in order to build the ship I want, I will have to do a massive conversion to the earlier short focsle. However I have also built a lot of extras for a later long focsle variant, and these items can't be used on the ship I wish to do. .... obviously, the only option is to get another one and do both. Consequently I would like to make an offer of the ICM 1/350 Grosser Kurfurst for the Revell-Germany 1/72 Flower Class Corvette. To sweeten the deal, I'll either pay postage on both kits as long as it is in North America, OR I'll throw in one of my WW1 aircraft Markings CDs ($40 value) and you cover postage on the Flower to me (should be $20 airmail - that was what the last one was). Regards, Bob Pearson Preview my WW1 markings CD http://members.nbci.com/Sopwith_5F1/CD-SAMPLE/index.html View my Flower Class corvettes at http://members.nbci.com/profileart/non-av/index.html Managing Editor / Internet Modeler http://www.internetmodeler.com ------------------------------ Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 13:59:02 -0700 From: "R N Pearson" To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: Model bases Message-ID: <200107161555234.SM02180@[204.244.50.34]> Sadly, we don't have any well stocked craft stores here :-( What sizes are these bases? Bob ---------- >From: John_Impenna@hyperion.com >To: Multiple recipients of list >Subject: Re: Model bases >Date: Mon, Jul 16, 2001, 11:37 am > > > Thanks to a suggestion by Andrei Koribanics, I have found that decoupage > plaques(these may be the same as Merrill suggested) work out great. They > come round square, oval and rectangular. They are unfinished and cost > between .50 and $2! You can get them at any well-stocked craft store. The > local MIchaels by me has them. They can be painted or stained. I'm finding > it easy to just stain and when dry dip in satin finish polyurethane. Hope > this helps! > > Regards, > John > ------------------------------ Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 17:13:19 EDT From: LEONARDPeterL@aol.com To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: OT Armour Message-ID: <16.f5f2017.2884b2ef@aol.com> Just the most amazing stuff at http://members.tripod.com/~panzerlm/ww1a.htm cheers Peter L ------------------------------ Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 17:24:24 -0400 From: "Brad & Merville" To: Subject: Re: Model bases Message-ID: <001201c10e3d$b0409160$61895ad1@default> Shame you don't live in an area where there's a thriving forest industry to provide such simple wood craft products locally at a reasonable price. Bet you have to airfreight in the smoked salmon too. ; ) -----Original Message----- From: R N Pearson To: Multiple recipients of list Date: Monday, July 16, 2001 5:13 PM Subject: Re: Model bases >Sadly, we don't have any well stocked craft stores here :-( > >What sizes are these bases? > >Bob > >---------- >>From: John_Impenna@hyperion.com >>To: Multiple recipients of list >>Subject: Re: Model bases >>Date: Mon, Jul 16, 2001, 11:37 am >> > >> >> Thanks to a suggestion by Andrei Koribanics, I have found that decoupage >> plaques(these may be the same as Merrill suggested) work out great. They >> come round square, oval and rectangular. They are unfinished and cost >> between .50 and $2! You can get them at any well-stocked craft store. The >> local MIchaels by me has them. They can be painted or stained. I'm finding >> it easy to just stain and when dry dip in satin finish polyurethane. Hope >> this helps! >> >> Regards, >> John >> > ------------------------------ Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 22:43:11 +0100 From: "Pedro Soares" To: Subject: Re: Back from holidays Message-ID: <003301c10e40$54ed05c0$49090dd5@pc1> Ciao Alberto. I returned to the List when you were out on vacation. Great to see you back. Pedro ----- Original Message ----- From: To: Multiple recipients of list Sent: Monday, July 16, 2001 9:18 AM Subject: Back from holidays > Just to let you all know that I have just come back from holidays. > What did I miss from 30th June ? > > All the very best to you all, > > Alberto Casirati > > > ------------------------------ Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 17:21:07 -0400 From: John_Impenna@hyperion.com To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: Model bases Message-ID: Hi Bob, These come in several sizes. I have found the 5X5 inch size and the 6X6 round or square to be just about perfect. They go up to 12X12. They are quite reasonable in price as well. Just about any store that has an arts and crafts department should have them. I was told even Walmart carries them. I'm sure I could get some to you if you can't find them anywhere near you. Let me know. Regards, John "R N Pearson" Sent by: cc: wwi@wwi-models. Subject: Re: Model bases org 07/16/01 05:15 PM Please respond to wwi Sadly, we don't have any well stocked craft stores here :-( What sizes are these bases? Bob ---------- >From: John_Impenna@hyperion.com >To: Multiple recipients of list >Subject: Re: Model bases >Date: Mon, Jul 16, 2001, 11:37 am > > > Thanks to a suggestion by Andrei Koribanics, I have found that decoupage > plaques(these may be the same as Merrill suggested) work out great. They > come round square, oval and rectangular. They are unfinished and cost > between .50 and $2! You can get them at any well-stocked craft store. The > local MIchaels by me has them. They can be painted or stained. I'm finding > it easy to just stain and when dry dip in satin finish polyurethane. Hope > this helps! > > Regards, > John > ------------------------------ Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2001 08:14:10 +1000 From: Shane Weier To: "'wwi@wwi-models.org'" Subject: RE: Update on my Pfalz D.IIIa (and Pfalz D.XII) Message-ID: <7186131CB805D411A60E0090272F7C7102BCD284@mimhexch1.mim.com.au> Marcio says: > and my dad needed my white modeling > table in a delicious barbecue he prepared yesterday Mmmmmm. Okay, new ambition. No more wishes to visit all the great WW1 air museums of the world - instead I'm gonna start in Argentina, asado with Diego, move on to barbeque with Marcio, skip to Texas for more barbeques with all the Texicans and then to OK with Mack and still more barbeque and the on to...... Getting OT - in the waiting times while the BM Snipe and Konig are drying (or when my shaking hands and fading eyesight couldn't deal with etched brass bits) I've been throwing the Toko Pfalz d.XII together. I expected that puttying the wing/fuselage join would be a PITA with such narrow confines and my fat fingers, but it went quite well, and post sanding it's surprising how *little* of the putty is left to hide what must have been a pretty well engineered join. The remainder of the basic structure has gone together well too. Now - I'm aware that the struts might be a problem (if I use them!), but was there any other problem of note that I've not recalled? It all seems pretty easy at this stage, so something must be wrong! Shane ********************************************************************** The information contained in this e-mail is confidential and is intended only for the use of the addressee(s). If you receive this e-mail in error, any use, distribution or copying of this e-mail is not permitted. You are requested to forward unwanted e-mail and address any problems to the MIM Holdings Limited Support Centre. e-mail: supportcentre@mim.com.au phone: Australia 1800500646 International ++61 7 38338042 ********************************************************************** ------------------------------ Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 18:46:01 EDT From: LEONARDPeterL@aol.com To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: Model bases Message-ID: <8c.97a55a8.2884c8a9@aol.com> Embroidery rings are available in sizes fro 6" dia to 14" dia in a variety of textures and colours. First I fix a disc of thick card to them and then decorate that with Woodland Scenics grass materials for OT subjects. cheers Peter L ------------------------------ Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 16:51:21 -0700 From: "Ray Boorman" To: wwi@wwi-models.org, multiple recipients of list Subject: Re: Re: Model bases Message-ID: ROTFL, you mean those trees we chop down turn into bases. ;0) Darn it I ould never have known. Of course we export most wood now as raw logs...... Ray ---- Begin Original Message ---- From: "Brad & Merville" Sent: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 17:30:22 -0400 (EDT) To: Multiple recipients of list Subject: Re: Model bases Shame you don't live in an area where there's a thriving forest industry to provide such simple wood craft products locally at a reasonable price.  Bet you have to airfreight in the smoked salmon too.  ; ) -----Original Message----- From: R N Pearson To: Multiple recipients of list Date: Monday, July 16, 2001 5:13 PM Subject: Re: Model bases >Sadly, we don't have any well stocked craft stores here :-( > >What sizes are these bases? > >Bob > >---------- >>From: John_Impenna@hyperion.com >>To: Multiple recipients of list >>Subject: Re: Model bases >>Date: Mon, Jul 16, 2001, 11:37 am >> > >> >> Thanks to a suggestion by Andrei Koribanics, I have found that decoupage >> plaques(these may be the same as Merrill suggested) work out great. They >> come round square, oval and rectangular. They are unfinished and cost >> between .50 and $2! You can get them at any well-stocked craft store. The >> local MIchaels by me has them. They can be painted or stained. I'm finding >> it easy to just  stain and when dry dip in satin finish polyurethane. Hope >> this helps! >> >> Regards, >> John >> > ---- End Original Message ---- ________________________________________ Get your email at http://www.prontomail.com ------------------------------ Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 16:58:55 -0700 From: "Ray Boorman" To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: Re: Model bases Message-ID: So lets see I go buy invisible thread for rigging from the sowing shop, then nailcare products (Nail clippers, buffing boards) from the womens beauty products section of the pharmacy, crochet hooks for all sorts of things. Now I have to go buy an embroidery ring.............. No wonder SWMBO wont be seen in public with me anymore.......... Ray ---- Begin Original Message ---- From: LEONARDPeterL@aol.com Sent: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 18:49:48 -0400 (EDT) To: Multiple recipients of list Subject: Re: Model bases Embroidery rings are available in sizes fro 6" dia to 14" dia in a variety of textures and colours. First I fix a disc of thick card to them and then decorate that with Woodland Scenics grass materials for OT subjects. cheers Peter L ---- End Original Message ---- ________________________________________ Get your email at http://www.prontomail.com ------------------------------ Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2001 09:56:10 +1000 From: Shane Weier To: "'wwim'" Subject: Scale Models International Message-ID: <7186131CB805D411A60E0090272F7C7102BCD289@mimhexch1.mim.com.au> Some news on the late lamented title of fond memory Clipped from rec.models.scale (confirms a widespread rumour) Shane > Dear Mr Walker, > > Thank you for your enquiry regarding Scale Models Int. > > The title has been sold although I am afraid that at this point in time >(for legal reasons) we cannot divulge who the new owner will be. This should > hopefully be announced within the next fortnight. > > If I can be of any further assistance please do not hesitate to contact > me. > > Regards, > > Jane Dent > on behalf of Nexus Special Interests ********************************************************************** The information contained in this e-mail is confidential and is intended only for the use of the addressee(s). If you receive this e-mail in error, any use, distribution or copying of this e-mail is not permitted. You are requested to forward unwanted e-mail and address any problems to the MIM Holdings Limited Support Centre. e-mail: supportcentre@mim.com.au phone: Australia 1800500646 International ++61 7 38338042 ********************************************************************** ------------------------------ Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2001 10:42:12 +1000 From: "Jeff Wilson" To: Subject: Airfix classics question Message-ID: Just over at Hannants new release page and I see that Airfix have re-released the Pup, Camel, Spad VII, Albatros, F2B and Dr.1 along with the O/400. Now I know the Pup and the O/400 are worth picking up, but what of the others? Any and all commentary appreciated. Jeff Jeffrey Wilson Photography Unit Research School of Biological Sciences Australian National University Acton, Canberra, ACT, 0200 Phone +61 (0)2 6125 3635 ------------------------------ Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 19:46:53 -0500 From: Ernest Thomas To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: Model bases Message-ID: <3B538AFD.283EB60B@bellsouth.net> Hey Steve, I have two bases that are made from picture frame moulding, with velvet mat board on the underside. The actual base that the model sits on is a piece of foam core board, painted brown and covered with static grass, or whatever's appropriate for the subject. I only use the bases for contests and photo shoots as they take up too much shelf space for every day use. The beauty of this is I can have a variety of foam board inserts decorated to work with ANY subject. I just switch em around as needed. Granted, these bases cost quite a bit more than wood plaques from the craft store, but they look fab and I get a lot of use out of them. See my gallery on the list site for an example. Hth, E. ------------------------------ Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 19:55:10 -0500 From: Ernest Thomas To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: Update on my Pfalz D.IIIa (and Pfalz D.XII) Message-ID: <3B538CEE.5BFE29DF@bellsouth.net> Shane Weier wrote: > Okay, new ambition. (snip) I'm gonna start in Argentina, asado with Diego, move on > to barbeque with Marcio, skip to Texas for more barbeques with all the > Texicans and then to OK with Mack and still more barbeque and the on > to...... Louisiana for some hot boiled crawfish. > > > Indeed! I'm > aware that the struts might be a problem (if I use them!), No other problems that I can recall. Set the top wing on the kit provided main struts, then piece in the cabanes with your favorite flavor rod (brass, styrene, bamboo...) Others advised simply cutting off the foremost section of the cabanes and replacing it with rod after the aft section was in place. But I tried this method and it didn't work very well, so whoever told me that must have been lying. /%] E. ------------------------------ Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 19:56:59 -0500 From: Ernest Thomas To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: Today in History Message-ID: <3B538D5B.D3B5F623@bellsouth.net> Brent Theobald wrote with the html switched on: > >

Howdy!

>

I thought I'd post a quick note that on this day in 1918 Czar Nicholas and his family were executed. Not ALL of the family was executed. heeheehee.... E. ------------------------------ Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2001 09:14:34 +0800 From: =?iso-8859-1?Q?Volker_H=E4usler?= To: Subject: Re: Airfix classics question Message-ID: <001701c10e5d$dd2ac680$7f01010a@jaring.my> Jeff, you asked: > Just over at Hannants new release page and I see that Airfix have re-released the Pup, Camel, Spad VII, Albatros, F2B and Dr.1 along with the O/400. Now I know the Pup and the O/400 are worth picking up, but what of the others? > Well, all worth picking up, if you are a collector... But for modeling: Dr I: No, Revell, Roden and Eduard are all better (in ascending order) Camel: No, it's easier to convert a Revell Camel to the 2F1 version Albatros: No. Nice model, if you add scratch build wings, cut the fuselage in three parts and reassemble it. Add engine, cockpit details and guns from the spares box. Enlarge tailplane. Or you go for the much better Eduard (or eventually Roden) version... F2B: Still the only game in town in PS (Proper Scale), if one disregards the hard to find Scaleplanes vac. Can be turned into a nce replica, if you thin down the wings, correct the fuselage and add details SPAD VII: Not bad, beside the totally overdome wing structure (which looks Junkers-like). But still worth having IMHO. Volker ------------------------------ Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 20:56:24 EDT From: MAnde72343@aol.com To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: Airfix classics question Message-ID: <114.1bb907b.2884e738@aol.com> The Bristol F2B is the only game in town in 1/72, IIRC, and can be made into a fair likeness of the Biff, check out my attempt at the WWI Site. The Camel is useless, even for 'spare' parts, scratchbuilding most of it is required to even get it to look faintly like a Camel. The Spad VII is another only, but has the worst washboard wings ever put on a kit, IMO. The Albatros is only a low level starting point on a representative kit, and the DR1 is grossly undersized, both of the last two are made embarrassing by the Eduard offerings (and Eduard needs to sell more kits to stay in 1/72, so buy em darn it!) Don't waste time on repressed junk, and thereby reward the manufacturers for making bad, awful, kits. Merrill ------------------------------ Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 21:00:05 EDT From: MAnde72343@aol.com To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: Today in History Message-ID: <106.2a950bd.2884e815@aol.com> --part1_106.2a950bd.2884e815_boundary Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit That's sick, even for a heretic, BTW Welcome Back Ernie. Merrill --part1_106.2a950bd.2884e815_boundary Content-Type: text/html; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit That's sick, even for a heretic, BTW Welcome Back Ernie.
Merrill
--part1_106.2a950bd.2884e815_boundary-- ------------------------------ Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2001 11:00:34 +1000 From: Shane Weier To: "'wwi@wwi-models.org'" Subject: RE: Update on my Pfalz D.IIIa (and Pfalz D.XII) Message-ID: <7186131CB805D411A60E0090272F7C7102BCD28B@mimhexch1.mim.com.au> EtH says > Louisiana for some hot boiled crawfish. > > > > > > > Indeed! You're in my diary. I hope that comes with some sort of *spicy* side dishes. > No other problems that I can recall. Good. Memory isn't failing as fast as my eyesight then. > But I tried this method and it didn't work > very well, so whoever told me that must have been lying. That's rampant on this list. Look what all those so-and-so's tried to do to poor innocent Matt ! ;-) Shane ********************************************************************** The information contained in this e-mail is confidential and is intended only for the use of the addressee(s). If you receive this e-mail in error, any use, distribution or copying of this e-mail is not permitted. You are requested to forward unwanted e-mail and address any problems to the MIM Holdings Limited Support Centre. e-mail: supportcentre@mim.com.au phone: Australia 1800500646 International ++61 7 38338042 ********************************************************************** ------------------------------ Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 18:53:16 -0500 From: "Matt Bittner" To: "wwi@wwi-models.org" Subject: Puttying (was RE: Update on my Pfalz D.IIIa (and Pfalz D.XII)) Message-ID: <200107170102.SAA09728@scaup.mail.pas.earthlink.net> On Mon, 16 Jul 2001 18:18:47 -0400 (EDT), Shane Weier wrote: > I expected that puttying the wing/fuselage join would be a PITA with such > narrow confines and my fat fingers, but it went quite well, and post sanding > it's surprising how *little* of the putty is left to hide what must have > been a pretty well engineered join. There was a great tip on ARC awhile back. Instead of sanding the putty, use acetone-based finger nail polish remover. Dip a Q-Tip in it, dry to get a lot of the liquid out, then just roll (or "scrub") the Q-Tip over the putty. Works like a charm, but definitely practice first. Another modeling nirvana... Matt Bittner ------------------------------ Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 20:05:35 -0500 From: "Matt Bittner" To: "wwi@wwi-models.org" Subject: Lance Kreig Message-ID: <200107170103.SAA12175@scaup.mail.pas.earthlink.net> I need Lance's address. Anyone have it? Matt Bittner ------------------------------ Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2001 11:05:27 +1000 From: Shane Weier To: "'wwi@wwi-models.org'" Subject: RE: Airfix classics question Message-ID: <7186131CB805D411A60E0090272F7C7102BCD28C@mimhexch1.mim.com.au> Jeff asks about: > Camel Gack. Revell >Spad VII Awful wings. The rest isn't bad. > Albatros Not while Eduard makes such a fine cheap kit > F2B Not much of an option but it's the only one :-( > Dr.1 GACK!! Run away and buy the Roden or Eduard kits and have a great model for 1/100 the aggro > Now I know the Pup and the O/400 > are worth picking up, Buy two of each. Send one to me. ;-) Shane ********************************************************************** The information contained in this e-mail is confidential and is intended only for the use of the addressee(s). If you receive this e-mail in error, any use, distribution or copying of this e-mail is not permitted. You are requested to forward unwanted e-mail and address any problems to the MIM Holdings Limited Support Centre. e-mail: supportcentre@mim.com.au phone: Australia 1800500646 International ++61 7 38338042 ********************************************************************** ------------------------------ Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2001 11:17:58 +1000 From: "Jeff Wilson" To: Subject: Re: RE: Airfix classics question Message-ID: Duuhhh, OK. Waddya think I am? A Geordie? Sheesh ; ) Actually, opinions of the other kits are on a par with what I had in memory and what Volker and Merrill have stated. I know the Eduards are that much better for the Albatros and the Triplane, I should have just asked about the others. I'm wondering if a nice F2B could result from the Airfix and the judicious application of Strutz, Part etch and hard work. Hard to believe there isn't a real alternative in 1/72. Just pondering in an idle moment... Jeff >>> sdw@qld.mim.com.au - 17/7/01 11:09 AM >>> Buy two of each. Send one to me. ;-) Shane ------------------------------ Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 20:40:33 -0500 From: Ernest Thomas To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: Update on my Pfalz D.IIIa (and Pfalz D.XII) Message-ID: <3B539791.344CB309@bellsouth.net> Shane Weier wrote: > > You're in my diary. I hope that comes with some sort of *spicy* side dishes. > But of course. > That's rampant on this list. Look what all those so-and-so's tried to do to > poor innocent Matt ! Poor innocent WHO? E. ------------------------------ Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 21:40:21 EDT From: DNSH@aol.com To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: Mostly 1/48 OT kits for sale. Message-ID: --part1_bb.11137bb4.2884f185_boundary Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Sorry Dale, The Ki-46 was claimed. Dan --part1_bb.11137bb4.2884f185_boundary Content-Type: text/html; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Sorry Dale,

The Ki-46 was claimed.

Dan
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