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  • RustyBattleship: Stearman Trainer, F-6 Corsairs, P-51 Mustang, and and P-47 Thunderbolts on a Runway

    7 12.96%
  • Nord: German troops and Self-Propelled Artillery in Action, WWII

    23 42.59%
  • Dalem: American Troops and M-18 in Action, WWII

    24 44.44%
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    Vote for your Favorite Diorama!

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    Vote for your Favorite Diorama!

    The voting for your favorite WAB diorama submission last week is open. Voting is open for one week. Voting is restricted to members who were registered at the time the contest began (March 7th, 2007). The submission with the most votes will be awarded a tin of butter cookies.

    The selections are:

    RustyBattleship: Stearman Trainer, F-6 Corsairs, P-51 Mustang, and and P-47 Thunderbolts on a Runway:


    Nord: German troops and Self-Propelled Artillery in Action, WWII:



    Dalem: American Troops and M-18 in Action, WWII



    Let the voting begin!
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    Congrat Nord, attention to detail is remarkable including the German in photo two, taking a leak!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elbmek View Post
    Congrat Nord, attention to detail is remarkable including the German in photo two, taking a leak!!!!

    Oh, very droll There must have been a gale blowing!! The standard of diorama is extremely high. Well done chaps
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    I have to lean toward Dale simply because of the action, but the detail of both is superb. Well done to both of you.
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    Congrats guys great job by all, I had to sit with a shot of Glenmorangie to deliberate my decision............so after 4 shots and a cigar......the edge goes to Dale
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    Quote Originally Posted by T_igger_cs_30 View Post
    Congrats guys great job by all, I had to sit with a shot of Glenmorangie to deliberate my decision............so after 4 shots and a cigar......the edge goes to Dale
    Ooo, what kind of cigar? I have a humidor full of Onyx Churchills and Toros right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dalem View Post
    Ooo, what kind of cigar? I have a humidor full of Onyx Churchills and Toros right now.

    -dale
    Romeo y julieta........... have to say you have good taste in cigars yourself sir
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    Matt,

    Whoever the runnerup is, send him my tin of butter cookies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Officer of Engineers View Post
    Matt,

    Whoever the runnerup is, send him my tin of butter cookies.
    Will do, Colonel.
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    To everyone involved congrats and job well done. I am stuck in the middle of MOHAA and Dales looks identical to some of the maps lol.
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    I have to vote for Dale - he told me that was the only way I was going to get more cookies to go with my afternoon cup of tea.

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    I gotta ask (and this will in no way affect my voting) but Dale, is the dog in the second picture like three times the size of the guy standing by him or is it just the angle?
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    THL,
    Lol...that seems to be a real pet dog of Dalem and not a part of the diorama.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemontree View Post
    THL,
    Lol...that seems to be a real pet dog of Dalem and not a part of the diorama.
    I think that's a German Shepard and has been taken prisoner by the GI's with the M-18 tank destroyer. You notice he is inside a locked gate.
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    That was my old dog Sten. He curled up for his last nap after 14 years of tongue-lolling 2 years ago. He was a beagle/Aussie Shepherd mix.

    My new dog is Sam. He is just turning 6 mos old and topping 51 pounds. He's very cute and I believ has Shepherd, lab, and quarter-horse forebears.

    -dale

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