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Posted by Peter on 14 Aug 2011, 15:12

Sunday afternoon. While I'm watching a cycling race, I thought myself why don't you put something together. So I digged up this little kit and did it. I warn you it's not an easy kit, and as the box said "ages 6 & up", I'm pleased I could build it in 20 minutes, included taking pictures (yes I'm blond :mrgreen: ).

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More pictures can be seen on my blog here

It was fun :-D
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Posted by Paul on 14 Aug 2011, 17:46

:-D
How big is that next to a 1/72nd plane??
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Posted by Peter on 14 Aug 2011, 17:56

Paul wrote: :-D
How big is that next to a 1/72nd plane??

There's no scale mentioned on the box or the website of Revell Paul. But I do a guess, I think the scale is near by 1/144. :?
This is something great for kids who want to start with the hobby ;-)
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Posted by Dad's Army on 14 Aug 2011, 18:05

Aha, finally a kit you can build without any help of your wife :mrgreen:

Simple kit, like it!
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Posted by Peter on 15 Aug 2011, 09:16

Dad's Army wrote:Aha, finally a kit you can build without any help of your wife :mrgreen:

Simple kit, like it!

Now you told our little secret :cry:

More to follow ;-)
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Posted by Cameronian on 15 Aug 2011, 09:24

:thumbup: Peter, many thanks for publicising this one, never heard of Minikits. I see they have a Hindenburg zep, now that is more than interesting! :mrgreen:
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Posted by Peter on 15 Aug 2011, 09:48

SV52 wrote: :thumbup: Peter, many thanks for publicising this one, never heard of Minikits. I see they have a Hindenburg zep, now that is more than interesting! :mrgreen:

Thanks :thumbup:

The zep is one of the next I will show ;-)
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Posted by leifkarl1112 on 16 Aug 2011, 13:39

What a great little kit! 8)

There's nothing wrong with being blond!!!! :P

Karl.
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Posted by Peter on 16 Aug 2011, 17:57

leifkarl1112 wrote:What a great little kit! 8)

There's nothing wrong with being blond!!!! :P

Karl.

Thanks Karl :thumbup:

Also blond? :lol:
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Posted by Carlo Antonio on 16 Aug 2011, 20:04

I agree with Dad's Army :mrgreen: !!! :-D :-D :-D
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Posted by Paul on 16 Aug 2011, 20:17

Peter wrote:Thanks Karl :thumbup:

Also blond? :lol:


Blond? Depends which day of the week and what I´m doing. At work I prefer au naturel, short with a side flick.
During the week I go brunette in the evenings, maybe a tint of red on a wednesday to break the monotony.
Weekends it´s definately Blonde...even when shopping..it matches most of my dresses and goes very well with the bavarian pipe, moustache and hiking boots.
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Posted by Peter on 16 Aug 2011, 20:19

Carlo Antonio wrote:I agree with Dad's Army :mrgreen: !!! :-D :-D :-D

Oh thanks Carlo! :thumbup:

I'll remember that ;-) :mrgreen:
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Posted by Peter on 17 Aug 2011, 18:06

Paul wrote:
Blond? Depends which day of the week and what I´m doing. At work I prefer au naturel, short with a side flick.
During the week I go brunette in the evenings, maybe a tint of red on a wednesday to break the monotony.
Weekends it´s definately Blonde...even when shopping..it matches most of my dresses and goes very well with the bavarian pipe, moustache and hiking boots.

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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