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TTT2014

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To All,
     The WW2 Famous Fighters is an awesome set.  I will admit that when I seen the plan set the one that really had me worried was the Corsair due to the bent wing, but with John's wonderful explanation on how to do it, it was very easy.  Love this aircraft because of the history and some of the wonderful shows the  Black Sheep Squadron in the Pacific.  The squadron is still around today in Arizona but fly the Harrier aircraft.  The whole WW2 Famous Fighters was fun to do.

Thank you
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You've done a nice job there Troy.
It is always good to take on a challenge and have it come out right.
More satisfying than churning out easy same-old same-olds.
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You are a skilled craftsman Troy. And your how-to photos are a real inspiration. And thanks for sharing.
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Hi Troy, Well I must be brain dead because for the life of me I can't seem to get my head around this plan.[confused] I have the blanks glued up and ready to go but I don't know where to go from here.I don't understand the cutting process. Can you shed some light on it for me please?
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Wombat, Yes a good challenge that comes out right is always good and thank you

John, Thank you, the How To you did really is awesome.

Ronnus, I will do my best to explain how I did the cuts.

Thank you all for the wonderful words.

Troy
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