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  • hobogeo
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    Congrats WTF a well deserved win. The last time i built a kit was 12 years ago, now i just ordered 3 kits, give me 6 months we will hopefully try this again.

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  • WhiskeyTangoFox
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    Thank you everybody! I'm honored to have "won". Everybody who entered is a winner, thanks for sharing your work with us!

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  • dalem
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    Congrats everyone and WTF in particular.

    -dale

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  • osplant
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    If WhiskeyTango Foxtrot IAW radio phonetics may stand for WTF(What the ****) then this common expression of confusion or bewilderment cannot downgrade the significant role of WWII aircraft.
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    No culture can survive if claims that is exclusive

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  • temujin77
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    Congrats WhiskeyTangoFox, and great job once again!

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  • Ironduke
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    After a week of voting, WhiskeyTangoFox has won this contest. Congratulations, and thank you to the other members for submitting their work. A variety of submissions definitely makes for a more interesting contest. :)

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  • Debbie
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    Originally posted by dave lukins View Post
    WTFox gets it on the detail and the photography.:)

    Agreed Mr. Lukins, my vote goes that way as well.

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  • zimbrul
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    Beautiful job on the Fw, like the rusty details.Hats of on Dale's work considering the scale it must have taken a good magnifing glass for the detailing.Had to go with the Focke , it's my favourite fighter.

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  • vaughn
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    B-29 Ended WW ll and saved my hide!

    I was anchored in Buckner Bay, Naha, Okinawa and was set up to participate in the invasion of Japan.
    I believe the Atom bombs saved a large number of lives of both sides and untold servicemen lives which I and my family are quite thankful.

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  • hobogeo
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    Thanks for the nomination ironduke,but as i said before the model shown(by mistake, wrong thread)was from the korean war.My vote is for the P47 razor Back,very nice job for the small scale. hobogeo

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  • smilingassassin
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    All the models are nice but for some reason I really like hobogeo's B-29 Superfortress. Even unfinished and sitting on a box it looks damn nasty!

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  • temujin77
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    Originally posted by dalem View Post
    I had to go with WTF's FW-190.

    Nice work indeed.

    -dale
    Very honorable of you to vote for an opposing candidate :)

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  • dalem
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    I had to go with WTF's FW-190.

    Nice work indeed.

    -dale

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  • RustyBattleship
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    Originally posted by nochanda View Post
    C47 - simply because it is related to C130 which according to stories is fieldhardy and volatile

    Duhhhh. Gosh. Thank you.

    And thanks to the other person that respects his stumble-fingered elders.

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  • osplant
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    Thank you.
    I would prefer some pictures or documents from Berlin Airlift in 1947.C-47s role in imposing the peace and the win of our free world in those days, indeed was great and effective.

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