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Agent G

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  • Birthday 09/29/1955

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    Wayne Gray

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  1. And that's why it shall remain a "dream car". G
  2. Now that is special. Keep it up! G
  3. Nice, very nice! G
  4. Beautiful work. Are the resin bits part of an upgrade set, or did you cast them yourself? I spy torpedo tubes, deck guns and Carley floats! G
  5. Actually the white lines were, originally anyway, medical tape. They were placed over the seam lines to prevent fuel spatter on the windshield. The fuel tank is directly in front of the pilot. Between ham fisted aircrew and seepage, fuel collected in the seals and ultimately blew onto the windscreen. It was yet another annoyance fixed by innovative ground personnel. 70+ years later restored birds have the lines painted on in homage to those iconic pieces of tape from yesteryear. G
  6. Luc, The F4 is proof positive that even a brick can fly with wings and enough power. G
  7. We drove Novas, Malibus, Fairmonts and Volares until the powers that be settled on Chevrolet Celebritys. We drove those V6 powered cars from '84 to '88. The '88's weren't even 9C1 package cars, they were "Eurosports" which had the same parts package as the cop car option. Traffic Safety had big cars for the freeways and each district had one or two as "lock up" cars with cages in them. Truth be told the Celebrity wasn't a bad alley rat. G
  8. Beautiful! Let's see the hull construction please! G
  9. Of course the SWAT guys had rifles. They were late to the party though. Thank God they got there when they did. If you're modeling a North Hollywood Division B/W, then there should be NO spent rifle cases in the car. G
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