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------------------------------ Date: Tue, 5 Feb 2002 20:02:40 -0500 From: "Steven Perry" To: Subject: Re: Simulating Rigging Turnbuckles? Message-ID: <004501c1aea9$fa41b200$0fe82341@tampabay.rr.com> > Hi All! Does anyone have a pet method (other than PE)to simulate turnbuckles > in 1/32 scale? My Bebe is coming along nicely, and since I haven't used PE > anywhere on it yet, I'd like to keep it that way. However, bare wires just > look a little funny to me in that scale. TIA, Rob Rob: Grandt Line makes turnbuckles for the RR crowd. They slip over the wire and are quite realistic in toe scale. Send me your snail address and I'll put a pack in the mail for you to try. sp ------------------------------ Date: Tue, 05 Feb 2002 20:24:02 EST From: CoolSpadLuke@aol.com To: Subject: Re: Simulating Rigging Turnbuckles? Message-ID: <12e.bfb1043.2991dfb2@aol.com> Steve, Do you have the Grandt Line catalog or package number for the turnbuckles? They have an online catalog at: http://www.mria.org/companies/Grandt.html I've found them to be good people to deal with. TIA, Mike Kavanaugh In a message dated Tue, 5 Feb 2002 8:03:52 PM Eastern Standard Time, "Steven Perry" writes: > Grandt Line makes turnbuckles for the RR crowd. They slip over the wire and are quite realistic in toe scale. > > Send me your snail address and I'll put a pack in the mail for you to try. > sp ------------------------------ Date: Tue, 05 Feb 2002 20:43:08 -0500 From: Carlos Valdes To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: If anyone's looking for an Albatros Dr.1 ... Message-ID: <3C608A2C.C5B8E007@conted.gatech.edu> it's on sale here: http://www.squadron.com/ItemDetails.asp?item=eu8037 Carlos ------------------------------ Date: Tue, 5 Feb 2002 20:42:45 -0500 From: "Steven Perry" To: Subject: Re: Simulating Rigging Turnbuckles? Message-ID: <007101c1aeaf$93db09c0$0fe82341@tampabay.rr.com> D&RGW Turnbuckles 5039 hth sp ----- Original Message ----- From: To: "Multiple recipients of list" Sent: Tuesday, February 05, 2002 8:25 PM Subject: [WWI] Re: Simulating Rigging Turnbuckles? > Steve, > Do you have the Grandt Line catalog or package number for the turnbuckles? They have an online catalog at: > > http://www.mria.org/companies/Grandt.html > > I've found them to be good people to deal with. > > TIA, > Mike Kavanaugh > > In a message dated Tue, 5 Feb 2002 8:03:52 PM Eastern Standard Time, "Steven Perry" writes: > > > Grandt Line makes turnbuckles for the RR crowd. They slip over the wire and are quite realistic in toe scale. > > > > Send me your snail address and I'll put a pack in the mail for you to try. > > sp > > > ------------------------------ Date: Tue, 5 Feb 2002 20:47:45 EST From: KarrArt@aol.com To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: extremely OF topic request Message-ID: <105.10a92c82.2991e541@aol.com> Howdy Please forgive this grotesquely off topic request..... Does anybody out there have any pics of the underside of the wings of the Arado 234? I'm doing a painting and I haven't run across a decent pic anywhere that shows the tiny doodads that live there. You'd think with the only remaining one having been restored over ten years ago at NASM there would be all kinds of stuff all over the web and it wouldn't be a problem. I've got all the usual magazine and book junk, but still nothing clear. If anyone has anything, please reply offlist! Anyway, the quicker I can get this project out of the way, the quicker I can get on to more WW I stuff! Thanks RK ------------------------------ Date: Tue, 05 Feb 2002 20:12:09 -0600 From: "robert owens" To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Marco's Miniatures? Message-ID: CQ,CQ,CQ! (that's "Calling All" x3)Lookin thru Glencoe kit and found Marco's Miniatures advert for 1/24 Pfalz D-III, N. 28, Fokker D-VIII, and Alb. D-V. Did these see production? are they available? is there a web address? Can I ask too much of the rest of you w/o really contributing in return?? The World Wonders... Tks again, Rob _________________________________________________________________ Get your FREE download of MSN Explorer at http://explorer.msn.com/intl.asp. ------------------------------ Date: Tue, 5 Feb 2002 21:26:01 -0500 From: "Steven Perry" To: Subject: Re: Marco's Miniatures? Message-ID: <002401c1aeb5$9ebbb5a0$0fe82341@tampabay.rr.com> > > CQ,CQ,CQ! (that's "Calling All" x3)Lookin thru Glencoe kit and found Marco's > Miniatures advert for 1/24 Pfalz D-III, N. 28, Fokker D-VIII, and Alb. D-V. > Did these see production? are they available? is there a web address? Can I > ask too much of the rest of you w/o really contributing in return?? The > World Wonders... Tks again, Rob Rob: I have the D.VIII. Incredible kit! There is an outfit who bought up Marcos' molds etc and is re-releasing the line plus some additions at pretty attractive prices. Of course I can't remember the new producer's name, but I'm sure a more mentaly agile Listee will chime in with the name and a URL. Iffin you like big'uns, you gonna love these kits. True multi-media, Resin, vac, cast metal, PE & wood. BTW, ask away, every post contributes. (Have to give the lurkers something to read ;-) sp ------------------------------ Date: Tue, 5 Feb 2002 18:56:19 -0800 From: "Courtney Allen" To: Subject: Re: Simulating Rigging Turnbuckles? Message-ID: <005201c1aeb9$db1edbe0$e649510c@worldnet.att.net> I concur, Very good people to work with. Their office/factory is only about 15 min. from where I live and I have picked up turnbuckles, rivets and bolts many times. Small family business. Courtney ----- Original Message ----- From: "Steven Perry" To: "Multiple recipients of list" Sent: Tuesday, February 05, 2002 5:47 PM Subject: [WWI] Re: Simulating Rigging Turnbuckles? > D&RGW Turnbuckles 5039 > > hth > sp > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: > To: "Multiple recipients of list" > Sent: Tuesday, February 05, 2002 8:25 PM > Subject: [WWI] Re: Simulating Rigging Turnbuckles? > > > > Steve, > > Do you have the Grandt Line catalog or package number for the turnbuckles? > They have an online catalog at: > > > > http://www.mria.org/companies/Grandt.html > > > > I've found them to be good people to deal with. > > > > TIA, > > Mike Kavanaugh > > > > In a message dated Tue, 5 Feb 2002 8:03:52 PM Eastern Standard Time, > "Steven Perry" writes: > > > > > Grandt Line makes turnbuckles for the RR crowd. They slip over the wire > and are quite realistic in toe scale. > > > > > > Send me your snail address and I'll put a pack in the mail for you to > try. > > > sp > > > > > > > > ------------------------------ Date: Tue, 5 Feb 2002 19:02:00 -0800 From: "Courtney Allen" To: Subject: Re: Marco's Miniatures? Message-ID: <006e01c1aeba$a6318da0$e649510c@worldnet.att.net> Robert, Hope this helps. I have recieved great service from Michael. Courtney Thanks for your inquiry in Bluprint Models, right now I have 6 kits in the collection. They are the Fokker E3 for $54.95, Fokker D7and D8 for $69.95 each and Pfalz D3, Nieuport, Albatros D5 for $59.95 each plus s/h. These are multimedia, vacform kits. With resin, white metal, and etched brass parts. They also include decals, (lozenge, upper and lower for the D7and D8), full interiors with engines, guns etc... Shipping is $5.00 FCM plus $1.00 each additional, same for UPS. Thanks for your interest, sincerely Michael Ridlon dba Bluprint Models. P.O. Box 332 Pelham NH 03076 -----Original Message----- From: Courtney Allen To: m.ridlon@worldnet.att.net Date: Monday, March 26, 2001 9:26 PM Subject: WWI Kits >Hello Mike, > >I understand you have 1/24 scale WWI aeroplane kits available. I am most >interested in the Fokker D.VIII, D.VII & E III. If would please provide me >with the detail (ie. price, S&H, etc.) I would like to place an order. > >Thank You >Courtney Allen ----- Original Message ----- From: "robert owens" To: "Multiple recipients of list" Sent: Tuesday, February 05, 2002 6:13 PM Subject: [WWI] Marco's Miniatures? > > > > CQ,CQ,CQ! (that's "Calling All" x3)Lookin thru Glencoe kit and found Marco's > Miniatures advert for 1/24 Pfalz D-III, N. 28, Fokker D-VIII, and Alb. D-V. > Did these see production? are they available? is there a web address? Can I > ask too much of the rest of you w/o really contributing in return?? The > World Wonders... Tks again, Rob > > _________________________________________________________________ > Get your FREE download of MSN Explorer at http://explorer.msn.com/intl.asp. > > ------------------------------ Date: Tue, 5 Feb 2002 22:27:03 -0500 From: "ot811" To: Subject: RE: If anyone's looking for an Albatros Dr.1 ... Message-ID: I think I seen this for lesser in my local hobby shop, and still in stock. regards SSH ------------------------------ Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2002 17:44:16 +1100 From: "Neil Eddy" To: Subject: Maquette DH-9a Message-ID: <000901c1aed9$b323f920$f05632d2@mannock> Hi Michael; I built the DH-9a about 18 months ago in the days when I didn't know about rigging, interiors, or anything! The kit builds pretty well and I didn't find the plastic too hard. However, care needs to be taken with the struts and undercart struts as these are brittle. I broke the undercarriage in two places when I was fitting it. Kit also has the starving cow effect but seems okay apart from that (mind you taking account of the above, I never measured it for accuracy either- ah those were the days!) All the Best Neil E (at home in Lurk) ------------------------------ Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2002 15:59:23 From: sdsmoney@foryoumoney.com.cc To: wwi@mustang.sr.unh.edu Subject: 小白鲨燕鲍翅酒楼-把极品推向家庭-凡惠顾燕鲍翅免费奉送各小菜、粥、粉、面、饭、炖汤、点心、水果. -中国深圳市白沙岭百花二路百花公寓二栋商铺农业银行侧-订座送餐电话: 0755-3670000, 0755-3670990-特设市内免费送餐上门服务! 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Matt, please, can you correct this mistake? Thanks. Best regards Lubos Vinar http://www.hobbyshop.cz >> Odpov靭te pros韒 - wwi@wwi-models.org Odesl醤o k齧: wwi@wwi-models.org Od: "Rick Milas" @wwi-models.org 04.02.2002 18:08:00 Komu: Multiple recipients of list Kopie: P鴈dm靦: [WWI] Jacobs DIII Thanks Lubos for the pictures of Jacobs' Albatros DIII on the wwi page. I am not familiar with his DIII. When did he use this machine? Was it Albatros or OAW built? I think I also might want to model this machine. Thanks in advancd for the info. Rick Milas _________________________________________________________________ Get your FREE download of MSN Explorer at http://explorer.msn.com/intl.asp. ------------------------------ Date: Wed, 06 Feb 2002 00:48:45 -0800 From: "Bob Pearson" To: ww1 mailing list Subject: Many thanks Message-ID: <101298566901@smtp.vphos.net> Hi All, I would just like to thank everyone for their messages both on and offlist. They are all very appreciated, and I know that mom is taking comfort in knowing I have such a supportive group of friends all over the world. There are many other changes taking effect as a result of this, some of which may be of interest to those of you seeking to improve your book and kit collections. I shall be posting a list of items that are available for sale in the next week or two once I get sorted out just what I can afford to part with. In other news, my order for Alps supplies arrived yesterday, so once things settle down I will get back to the decal business and get the outstanding orders in the mail ASAP. regards, Bob Pearson nl Sheryl Crow nb. . need you ask? windows for the Flower - thankfully they are easier to do than I had thought they would be. ------------------------------ Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2002 19:05:06 +1000 From: Shane Weier To: "'wwi@wwi-models.org'" Subject: Re: Vacuform cook up Message-ID: <7186131CB805D411A60E0090272F7C7102BCDB45@mimhexch1.mim.com.au> Diego dribbles: > Well, I was thinking on a southern modeler. No, not me nor Mart韓 nor > Marcio. Maybe someone in Oz. Maybe someone who is the modern > incarnation of a Knight Hospitalier... Yeah! Yeah, he should too! Sic 'im Lorna! Shane (tE) ********************************************************************** 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. For general enquires: ++61 7 3833 8000 Support Centre e-mail: supportcentre@mim.com.au Support Centre phone: Australia 1800500646 International ++61 7 38338042 ********************************************************************** ------------------------------ Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2002 07:43:26 -0300 From: "Diego Fernetti" To: Subject: Re: Morane G up close and personal Message-ID: <00cd01c1aefb$1b941b40$4640a8c0@ssp.salud.rosario.gov.ar> Michael asked: > I wonder if the Maquette DH-9a is like that - has anyone built that > thing? A friend of mine did. It was quite hard, but he managed to build it with minimal cuss and swearing. In any case, it needs as much work as an old Airfix model to get it to modern "contest quality" standards. If you get any of the DH9 vacs still around, you'd rather start with those. Less plastic to waste. D. ------------------------------ Date: Wed, 06 Feb 2002 05:01:10 -0600 From: "Matt Bittner" To: "wwi@wwi-models.org" Subject: Re: Jacobs DIII Message-ID: On Wed, 6 Feb 2002 03:20:39 -0500 (EST), Lubos.Vinar@deltax.cz wrote: > I'm very sorry, this is my mistake. My 1/144 Alb. D.III isn't Jacobs > machine. It's a Albatros D.III 2274/16, Oblt Adolf von Tutschek. Source - > Bob Pearson's CD. Once again sorry. > > Matt, please, can you correct this mistake? Thanks. Fixed. Matt Bittner WW1 Modeling Page Assistant Editor ------------------------------ Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2002 11:58:08 +0100 From: Lubos.Vinar@deltax.cz To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: Jacobs DIII Message-ID: Thanks. Lubos >> Odpov靭te pros韒 - wwi@wwi-models.org Odesl醤o k齧: wwi@wwi-models.org Od: "Matt Bittner" @wwi-models.org 06.02.2002 11:59:23 Komu: Multiple recipients of list Kopie: P鴈dm靦: [WWI] Re: Jacobs DIII On Wed, 6 Feb 2002 03:20:39 -0500 (EST), Lubos.Vinar@deltax.cz wrote: > I'm very sorry, this is my mistake. My 1/144 Alb. D.III isn't Jacobs > machine. It's a Albatros D.III 2274/16, Oblt Adolf von Tutschek. Source - > Bob Pearson's CD. Once again sorry. > > Matt, please, can you correct this mistake? Thanks. Fixed. Matt Bittner WW1 Modeling Page Assistant Editor ------------------------------ Date: Wed, 06 Feb 2002 05:30:57 -0600 From: "Matt Bittner" To: "wwi@wwi-models.org" Subject: A whole lot of updatin' goin' on Message-ID: First, I added a whole bunch of links. Aeroclub, Peter Plattner's site, Steve Lawson's site, the Lewis Gun manual site, the Russian ship site. I think that may be all (you won't find these in the News section). Finally a whole bunch of IM updates - six, all totaled. I gave in, and will go down the IM list, sequentially, regardless of what the article holds. That's why all the armor updates, because in the IM index, "Armor" comes first. :-) Follow that with Robert's O/400 and two by Dennis - the Bristol Scouts and the Pegasus FK8. Yes, I may have skipped with the FK8, but I was unwilling to figure out a way to add the four Fokker D.VIIs built for an IM issue using the Rosemont nose. I'll have to add a "subpage" for that. Each one is also *not* listed in the News page. Just visit the IM "front page" and look for additions. So far no on topic ship articles... Oh, I'll also add some of the "modeling content" articles in the future. In other words the article that deal with a certain modeling topic, like Ernest's way of painting the Fokker (et. al.) squiggly cowls. Matt Bittner ------------------------------ Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2002 12:23:42 +0100 From: a.casirati@cornali-trasporti.it To: Subject: R: A whole lot of updatin' goin' on Message-ID: <43EB244779F3D411966E0060082C59E90F0488@SERVER1> Great job, Matt !!!! Thanks a lot !! Alberto Casirati -----Messaggio originale----- Da: wwi@wwi-models.org [mailto:wwi@wwi-models.org]Per conto di Matt Bittner Inviato: mercoled 6 febbraio 2002 12.30 A: Multiple recipients of list Oggetto: [WWI] A whole lot of updatin' goin' on First, I added a whole bunch of links. Aeroclub, Peter Plattner's site, Steve Lawson's site, the Lewis Gun manual site, the Russian ship site. I think that may be all (you won't find these in the News section). Finally a whole bunch of IM updates - six, all totaled. I gave in, and will go down the IM list, sequentially, regardless of what the article holds. That's why all the armor updates, because in the IM index, "Armor" comes first. :-) Follow that with Robert's O/400 and two by Dennis - the Bristol Scouts and the Pegasus FK8. Yes, I may have skipped with the FK8, but I was unwilling to figure out a way to add the four Fokker D.VIIs built for an IM issue using the Rosemont nose. I'll have to add a "subpage" for that. Each one is also *not* listed in the News page. Just visit the IM "front page" and look for additions. So far no on topic ship articles... Oh, I'll also add some of the "modeling content" articles in the future. In other words the article that deal with a certain modeling topic, like Ernest's way of painting the Fokker (et. al.) squiggly cowls. Matt Bittner ------------------------------ Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2002 22:49:32 +1100 From: "Ross Moorhouse" To: Subject: Re: A whole lot of updatin' goin' on Message-ID: <002c01c1af04$578a5ca0$76492dcb@nsw.bigpond.net.au> Thanks heaps Matt for adding the IM OT articles. Makes it so much easier to find them when they are all in one place now. Speaking of these, ICM 1/72 Sikorsky Il'ya Muromets build by Michael Kendix sure is nice. I really like this plane. But knowing how quick I dont build I am sure it would out live me in it's box after I am in a box. ;-) Cheers Ross ----- Original Message ----- From: "Matt Bittner" To: "Multiple recipients of list" Sent: Wednesday, February 06, 2002 10:29 PM Subject: [WWI] A whole lot of updatin' goin' on > First, I added a whole bunch of links. Aeroclub, Peter > Plattner's site, Steve Lawson's site, the Lewis Gun manual site, > the Russian ship site. I think that may be all (you won't find > these in the News section). > > Finally a whole bunch of IM updates - six, all totaled. I gave > in, and will go down the IM list, sequentially, regardless of > what the article holds. That's why all the armor updates, > because in the IM index, "Armor" comes first. :-) Follow that > with Robert's O/400 and two by Dennis - the Bristol Scouts and > the Pegasus FK8. Yes, I may have skipped with the FK8, but I was > unwilling to figure out a way to add the four Fokker D.VIIs built > for an IM issue using the Rosemont nose. I'll have to add a > "subpage" for that. > > Each one is also *not* listed in the News page. Just visit the > IM "front page" and look for additions. > > So far no on topic ship articles... > > Oh, I'll also add some of the "modeling content" articles in the > future. In other words the article that deal with a certain > modeling topic, like Ernest's way of painting the Fokker (et. > al.) squiggly cowls. > > > Matt Bittner > > ------------------------------ Date: Wed, 06 Feb 2002 23:47:15 +1100 From: Shane & Lorna Jenkins To: WW1 posts Subject: SANDLE Hobbies Message-ID: <3C6125D3.AF8F69FF@tac.com.au> Hi all, SANDLE (Shane AND Lorna Enterprises) Hobbies is now online at: http://sandlehobbies.com While not having much in the WW1 aero dept at this stage, we do have access to WW1 naval photoetch and models. Of special interest to listees will be our selection of backissues of the magazine Scale Models. These issues include early editions with OT articles from RLR, St Harry and Martin O'Connor amongst others. Regards, Shane & Lorna SANDLE Hobbies http://sandlehobbies.com ------------------------------ Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2002 11:39:55 -0000 From: "Pedro N. Soares" To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: RE: A whole lot of updatin' goin' on Message-ID: <12AEB3D996DDD311B98A00508B6D75B301442147@TUFAO> Matt, You do deserve a Distinguished Webmaster Services Order, 1st Class (only topped by The Grand Collar of the the same order that shines around Al's neck on official occasions). Pedro (Highly appreciative of all the outstanding effort you guys spend in order to make our lives easier. Thanks!) Pedro > -----Original Message----- > From: Matt Bittner [mailto:tbittners@sprintmail.com] > Sent: quarta-feira, 6 de Fevereiro de 2002 11:30 > To: Multiple recipients of list > Subject: [WWI] A whole lot of updatin' goin' on > > > First, I added a whole bunch of links. Aeroclub, Peter > Plattner's site, Steve Lawson's site, the Lewis Gun manual site, > the Russian ship site. I think that may be all (you won't find > these in the News section). > > Finally a whole bunch of IM updates - six, all totaled. I gave > in, and will go down the IM list, sequentially, regardless of > what the article holds. That's why all the armor updates, > because in the IM index, "Armor" comes first. :-) Follow that > with Robert's O/400 and two by Dennis - the Bristol Scouts and > the Pegasus FK8. Yes, I may have skipped with the FK8, but I was > unwilling to figure out a way to add the four Fokker D.VIIs built > for an IM issue using the Rosemont nose. I'll have to add a > "subpage" for that. > > Each one is also *not* listed in the News page. Just visit the > IM "front page" and look for additions. > > So far no on topic ship articles... > > Oh, I'll also add some of the "modeling content" articles in the > future. In other words the article that deal with a certain > modeling topic, like Ernest's way of painting the Fokker (et. > al.) squiggly cowls. > > > Matt Bittner > > ------------------------------ End of WWI Digest 4144 **********************