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philo426

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About philo426

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    Struthers ,Ohio
  • Full Name
    Phillip Rowe

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  1. Sratch built Russian rail tank

    It coukd have happened like that!
  2. Sratch built Russian rail tank

    My backstory for itis that it fell into German hands where it got its cammo and was later captured by the allies the red stars on top ofthe turrets were to prevent Russian air attack on its way to the ship that sent it to Aberdeen for foreign evaluation tests.Might not be true but it is the story I made up for it to explain its markings. I made it so I am allowed!
  3. Sratch built Russian rail tank

    Sorry it is based upon an actual unit.Go to Bing and enter Russian Rail tank and clic images.
  4. Sratch built Russian rail tank

    It is twin cooling fans.
  5. Sratch built Russian rail tank

    I might make a video of it moving in a straight line . Should I?
  6. Sratch built Russian rail tank

    Made to run on O gauge track
  7. Scratch built air ship

    Thanks!it does have that vibe!
  8. Scratch built air ship

    Features a brass tube keel,styrene bulkheads and stringers and is covered in dozens of thin plastic plates.The engines are motorized.
  9. 1/48 JU-287

    Yes sir they flew it many times too!
  10. Hasegawa 1/72 "Thor" siege mortar

    Yes lots of small parts but they did fit well for the most part as I recall!
  11. Built this about 20 years ago
  12. 1/48 JU-287

    Thanks!
  13. 1/48 JU-287

    A lot of weight required to prevent tail sitting.
  14. 1/48 JU-287

    Scratch built wings and utilizing A Combat Models vac form fuselage.