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John M Oshust, Comment for image # 3383308 Apr 15 16:31
Neither did I. I looked at many but never saw this before! As has happened in the past, good references appear after the deed is done...ho humm! Is this a model?
rayl, Image # 3383308 Apr 15 14:57

Gee, John, didn't I just see this. You should be flattered that they imitated your airscrew.
rayl, Image # 3382007 Apr 15 23:19

Hard to find local stores like that anymore. (Courtesy of the J.L. Highfill collection.)
rayl, Comment for image # 3372701 Apr 15 20:40
One thing has always worried me about my accumulation of Models and tools: That my wife would sell them for what I told her I had paid for them. (Shudder)
BriandKilby, Comment for image # 3372701 Apr 15 18:33
your you're own hobby shop, rayl. nice selection!
David Duckett, Comment for image # 3372701 Apr 15 17:36
I'm not into plastic models but I did spend lots of time on 130s and if I ever built one it would not be a black one with guns hanging out of it but one like those I saw everyday. I'm sure it will be a hot item at the contest.
John M Oshust, Comment for image # 3372701 Apr 15 17:32
Wise decision on the xylophone, almost as good as a drum set!
rayl, Comment for image # 3372701 Apr 15 17:19
David: If the IPMS types don't buy it on April 11th, I will certainly consider a special VA deal; make me an offer.
rayl, Comment for image # 3372701 Apr 15 17:02
I did manage to find the Barbie Townhouse, Barbie Swimming Pool other assorted do-das that Grandma was questing for. I was told that I could not bring the Xylophone down to give to her.
John M Oshust, Comment for image # 3372701 Apr 15 16:52
rayl, Your task was successful, you found toys but they are yours...where are the Granddaughter's toys?
David Duckett, Comment for image # 3372701 Apr 15 16:46
That's what I figured. Thanks.
rayl, Comment for image # 3372701 Apr 15 16:43
The one on the end of the bench? It is a Testor's 1/48 AC-130A gunship. Probably around $100.00.
David Duckett, Comment for image # 3372701 Apr 15 15:39
Uhhh, that's hoarding, my friend. How much for the C-130?
rayl, Image # 3372901 Apr 15 15:27

Gotta go a ride in a Duck. Catchya later!
rayl, Image # 3372801 Apr 15 15:26

And Look what I found: a XF-92A and old Glencoe Duck.
rayl, Image # 3372701 Apr 15 15:25

Part of my "handyman" task(s) was to go through our attic to find toys for our Grandaughter. What I got sidetracked on was sorting an cataloging all of the plastic models that I have accumulated (NOT Horded!!!) in the last 45 years. 400(+) and still counting. Hopefully I can unload the majority of them at the regional IPMS contest next month.
John M Oshust, Comment for image # 3364327 Mar 15 11:39
This was when aviation gas was cheap!
rayl, Image # 3364327 Mar 15 08:38

Now that looks like fun!! Kermit Weeks in his J2F back in 2002. They removed the tailhook and bolted up a clevis to attach the ski ropes. One of the dummies tried barefooting it later: Didn't work well.
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