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PostSubject: Re: Some WW2 Japanese Code 3s   Fri Mar 03 2017, 07:13

Thanks, P.
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PostSubject: Re: Some WW2 Japanese Code 3s   Fri Mar 03 2017, 09:46

Nice work on all the models. I like the fixed landing gear planes as they have that nice prewar streamline look. The paint work is really awesome and inspiring.

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PostSubject: Re: Some WW2 Japanese Code 3s   Fri Mar 03 2017, 13:00

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PostSubject: Re: Some WW2 Japanese Code 3s   Fri Mar 03 2017, 17:50

I agree - ALL these are great Code 3 models of interesting aircraft.  For die-cast aficionados, these basic releases offer a way to get these less known Japanese planes.  And if you can make them better, they really are great additions to a collection.

As a kit builder, I've long had access to most of these planes, but it's nice to know I now have another option if I don't want to build a kit.

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PostSubject: Re: Some WW2 Japanese Code 3s   Fri Mar 03 2017, 18:22

Thanks, PMM. I've lost count of the number of diecast warbird code 3s I've done but the number of full code3s must be over 300 while partials would more than double that number. There was a time when I was afraid to tamper with these models and my "skills", such as they were, were extremely limited. Then, one day, I broke the ice with a Corgi Zero, I believe, and never looked back--learning and improving all the way. It's great fun, albeit somewhat frustrating at times.
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PostSubject: Re: Some WW2 Japanese Code 3s   Fri Mar 03 2017, 19:45

Well done on all of them. Vastly improved all around.

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PostSubject: Re: Some WW2 Japanese Code 3s   Sat Mar 04 2017, 07:58

Thanks, K.
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PostSubject: Re: Some WW2 Japanese Code 3s   Fri May 19 2017, 13:27

The results are great! Now they're worthy of keeping! Sometimes we look at models like they've hit a dead end, but it looks like these models just need a little extra attention.
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