john.ratzenberger at earthlink.net
Mon Mar 23 15:46:28 EDT 2020
OK, I'm in with the DH-9 - it's been glaring at me since 2016. I think I
found everything except a few thoughts I forgot to write down. The struts
were not attached to the lower wing and the lower right wing seems to be a
So, you want a couple pix of where it is now sent to your address previously
provided. I'll probably take them tonight. I
edit/size my pix to 800x...
Do you also want a little text blurb about it - concept/goal, state of play
From: Steven Perry
Sent: Sunday, 22 March, 2020 17:12
To: wwi at wwi-models.org
Subject: Re: [WWI] Cook-up
OK John. Grab Matt while you are leaning there and see if you both can't
topple onto the right side.
On 3/22/2020 4:30 PM, John Ratzenberger wrote:
> Add me to the fence, but leaning forward. If I do, no prize is necessary.
> I have two candidates:
> -- WnW DH9 -- major components built, painted, decaled; lower wing
> w/struts and stab/rudder attached to fuselage. I have to dig it out but I
> think next step was to start rigging before erecting the upper wing.
> -- Resicast Holt tractor and 8in howitzer -- both items "built" and rough
> painted; might be a matter of adding details, ground base, etc - again,
> have to dig it out.
> My problem I am in 3 online GB right now and rather committed to same,
> although speed isn't a criteria. I must pull these two things out and
> look at them.
> John Ratzenberger
> -----Original Message----- From: Steven Perry
> Sent: Saturday, 21 March, 2020 21:21
> To: World War I Modeling Mailing List
> Subject: Re: [WWI] Cook-up
> Diego, your pics are in your folder
> Randy I have you on the list and a folder created. Same for you Ernie.
> (Yea Team!)
> So the score is now 10 participating and one still on the fence. Matt,
> you read Dave's rule, fondled is started. Now don't try to tell us you
> don't have a fondled Nieuport lurking somewhere.
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