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Fantastic work  luv um. [thumb][thumb]
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Man these are coming out looking really cool.... Thanks for sharing


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I am so excited by these photos I can't wait to get out to the shop.
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Looking good, a real talent for sure.
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Very nice job, great paint job

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My question now is will they be worth making in very low numbers for sale? Any suggestions for pricing is very welcome. Thanks!

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These are collector items and I would charge a minimum of $150 for the set of 3. Ken Martin sold several of his natural wood biplanes at $65 each and up. Don't under-estimate the worth of these. They are genius!
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Thank you very much for your compliments and input John.
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These look fantastic. The paint job is excellent. Well done.
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WOW!  Very well done!  If you didn't know, you would think they were plastic with that wonderful paint job!
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Sure is a nice set, I really enjoyed this posting.
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Hey guys, is there a pattern for this one or is it a process of development ?
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