[WWI] New List Member

Rick Geisler ragfokker at hotmail.com
Tue Aug 31 00:53:26 EDT 2004

Hello, Welcome from the Mountains of NC. Although I do not agree that 1/72nd 
is the one true scale,I do respect those that can still see those Tiny parts 
at your age:-) I can renember walking to the Drug store and purchasing 
Airfix Craftmaster kits for $.29 each so I have you there! I will look 
through the Avro 504 Datafile( If I didn't Sell it) and let you know about 
Early Drawings.
Rick Geisler/also Known as Rick G.

>  Hello WW I Modelers ;
>       I've been getting list mail for a few days now, and feel like I
>know you already.
>       Building models of  "Great War" airplanes has been a hobby of mine
>since putting together Revells and Airfixes as a kid in 1964. I lost all
>the first ones, but started in again in the '80s so my kids could see
>what WW I airplanes looked like. Naturally I caught the wave of new
>information and kits and got hooked all over again.
>        I live in the S.F. Bay area and build in the 'one true scale',
>1/72. I have done some vacforms, resin kits and "customs" ( Nieuport 21,
>Bleriot XI, SPAD XII-before Pegasus release- early SSW D.III, etc.)  I'm
>up to about 100 models, about 70 completed.
>        This is probably a good place to try a couple of requests.
>     I want to build a Briggs raid Avro 504, since I like operational
>types. I have some photos, but no reliable drawings of the early 504. I
>am planning on using the Aifix/MPC/A-Model kit as the basis. The cowling
>is complicated- can anyone help me on this ?
>      Also, anyone know where to get a Pegasus Hanriot HD 1 ?
>         This group is great. Thanks for all the info and fun !       J.R.
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