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by David Reasoner
18 Sep 2020, 18:58
Forum: Eye Candy and Modelling Tips
Topic: Les Char D1 du 4e Regiment Chasseurs D`Afrique
Replies: 4
Views: 277

Re: Les Char D1 du 4e Regiment Chasseurs D`Afrique

Very nice work, Richard. I'm still using some ancient BP Casts Char D2 as stand-ins for the D1.

David
by David Reasoner
08 Sep 2020, 22:52
Forum: New Figure/Model Releases, Sales, Bargains
Topic: Now available for pre-order: A Strange Campaign
Replies: 9
Views: 453

Re: Now available for pre-order: A Strange Campaign

Thanks for the heads up! Now added to my Barnes & Noble 'wish list', and will be tacked on to one of my next book orders in due course.

David
by David Reasoner
08 Sep 2020, 20:31
Forum: Eye Candy and Modelling Tips
Topic: First model from Spain
Replies: 12
Views: 482

Re: First model from Spain

Richard Lovely job on the conversion and I was going to say good fleet of British command vehicles, but after seeing Davids fleet of Italian conversions, I have to congratulate you on a lovely squadron of command vehicles for "sailing" across the desert!! CarlL PS where did you (David) find so many...
by David Reasoner
07 Sep 2020, 19:49
Forum: Eye Candy and Modelling Tips
Topic: First model from Spain
Replies: 12
Views: 482

Re: First model from Spain

Very nice, Richard. I think it would do quite nicely as an Italian caravan as well.

David
by David Reasoner
17 Aug 2020, 18:41
Forum: New Figure/Model Releases, Sales, Bargains
Topic: new Strelets sets being distributed, as noted by PSR website
Replies: 9
Views: 288

Re: new Strelets sets being distributed, as noted by PSR website

The Finnish winter AT set seems to be more Sohurn ATR with a small gun(?) that I dont recognise, I will add sprue and master images from Strelets to see if others can offer an interpretation. The box says you get 4 artillery pieces per box and 28 figures, the latter include some lovely poses, and a...
by David Reasoner
06 Jul 2020, 18:19
Forum: World War 2
Topic: Defecting Junkers in WW2
Replies: 6
Views: 496

Re: Defecting Junkers in WW2

It's good to see the USAF Museum's Ju.88 finally displayed indoors and in the correct paint and markings. During my childhood visits to the museum during the 1960's and 70's it was displayed outdoors on a former taxiway adjacent to the museum, along with several other aircraft including a former Spa...
by David Reasoner
06 Jul 2020, 03:02
Forum: Eye Candy and Modelling Tips
Topic: oddments that I finished this week
Replies: 11
Views: 823

Re: oddments that I finished this week

Being intended as a model railroad accessory, it may be some sort of sand tower. I've never seen one quite like yours, but railroad sand houses and sand towers come in all manner of forms. Their purpose was to dispense sand to locomotives, which could be used to improve traction when needed.

David
by David Reasoner
05 Jul 2020, 18:39
Forum: World War 2
Topic: Defecting Junkers in WW2
Replies: 6
Views: 496

Re: Defecting Junkers in WW2

Another Ju.88 defector is currently on display in the USAF Museum at Dayton, Ohio. This one a Ju.88D-1/Trop flown to Cyprus by a defecting Romanian pilot, and later supplied to the USAAF by the RAF for testing and evaluation. https://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/Visit/Museum-Exhibits/Fact-Sheets/Displa...
by David Reasoner
04 Jun 2020, 19:14
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: For those who still do 1/76
Replies: 3
Views: 704

Re: For those who still do 1/76

Thanks for posting. Lots of very useful drawings there.

David