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stitchdup

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  1. Since i'm not getting any time to build just now, i treated myself to a tv and second hand ps3. I would have got a newer playstation but i already have a heap of games for the ps3
  2. Some of the fujimi wheel sets include subs, amps and speakers similar to what you posted. Its the aftermarket rim sets similar to 90s mini trucks that usually have them but if you are unsure if they are included, you can search the rims on 1999 and they will have pics of the contents. Note, its only 4 or 5 of the many sets that include them, and usually have a big japanese saloon/sedan (lexus etc) on the box. Thers headunits included too, and tvs for the headrests.
  3. Thats a pretty cool scooter. Like others have said I didn't realise they still made them. Enjoy it
  4. 1999.co.jp/eng have it for less than $20. I'm not sure what delivery to the usa is though
  5. some recent arrivals. The 3 minis will be used to build my aunts ragtop and I needed the seats from one, the wheels from another and the top from the third. I think the laftovers will be used to build a modern take on the riley elf. Theres a pile more stuff from mac modellismo but I've not had a chance to get pics yet
  6. While I dont have one the italeri version shows up on ebay uk most of the time and isn't too pricey. The postage could be high on it though cos the italeri boxes are pretty large. I'll send you a pm
  7. I remember arguing with my teacher in primary schoool that you only need to know all the letters in the alphabet, as long as you get them all it cant be wrong. She told my parents I was right but it made her job teaching me harder as she had to use a tick chart to check I got them all. It ended up being a bit of a game for us, I tried to say it in a different order every time. When I finished at secondary school she gave me a tick chart she'd saved as she kept stuff to give all her kids when they left school. Most got their first drawing from art, I got a tick chart
  8. I dont know if they're that common in the usa but it seems every high street and shopping centre in the uk has at least one warhammer/citadel miniatures type shop. It might not be what we call modelling but it is being creative with plastic. I think we could get those guys interested in armour/military models as a lot of what they are building uses a fair pile of model parts and its not so big a leap from them to the military side of modelling
  9. The tamiya tape needs to be removed pretty quick after you've done your painting, 24 hours is way too long for it. Its no use if you want to leave it on for a while as the sticky stuff stays behind. Saying that though I only use it for sharp edges and just use cheap stuff for the rest.
  10. I'd be interested in knowing more about the RS6. I'm pretty keen to get it but its a lot of money for a curbside kit
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