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Old 05-25-2011, 09:32 PM   #21
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Yeah, it appears they have Oddjob as well....
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Yep.....and they were YELLOW!
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got one of these for xmas a small exacto knife some paints and a tube of glue for xmas one year. was one of the best presents ever. nowadays they woulda locked my parents up in prison for giving a child a knife and glue...

its prolly not the exact same kit but it was a revell colonial viper

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I remember as a kid my dad used to build models. He built a beautiful one of a B29 bomber and hung it from the ceiling in my room. It hung there until my senior year of HS. He did others as well, a Chevy Nova, a battleship (don't remember which). As a carpenter he really excelled at the all the minute details and assembled some really impressive models.

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Did anybody have one of these? HUGE when I was a kid. You could paint all the organs different colors. And they're still selling them.
I have, right now, in my basement, an invisible man and an invisible woman that I bought about 30 years ago and never worked on. But I did used to build models of horses.
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I've seen guys get crazy with this.

I saw a model of a Bradley Fighting Vehicle, the guy made tiny rucksacks out of cotton balls, threw it in the freezer to weather the finish, crazy stuff.

When it was done, it looked like somebody hit the real thing with a shrink ray, it was THAT good.

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I have, right now, in my basement, an invisible man and an invisible woman that I bought about 30 years ago and never worked on. But I did used to build models of horses.
Can I have them?
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