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Old Mar 25, 2015, 08:37 AM
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First - a disclaimer.....this is not an exact scale door- I just wanted access to the cabin area,so I designed my own.
Stand off scale, maybe?
Earl,Looking at the pictures for the door layout, I have a couple of questios in that regard, please PM me
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Old Mar 25, 2015, 06:47 PM
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Earl,Looking at the pictures for the door layout, I have a couple of questios in that regard, please PM me
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Earl, you are a very busy man. I'm glad that you like several on going builds all at the same time. I start a lot of builds but take a long time to finish. I'm more for small models, but I do have a third hand partial P51 Nosen kit that has the wing built and covered on the top only. It's on my bucket list. Also have a 1/3 (RC Guys) Pitts waiting for assembly.
I just finished a Joe Wagner Dakota and am presently puttering with small rubber stuff.
Any thoughts on a second dog? I'm going on 69 and have three dogs, the youngest is 4.
They are all soft-coated Wheaten Terriers and are hypoallergenic and don't shed their hair. They all make great company, but are no good at building. I'd like to get a Bouvier des Flandres
( large herding dog breed), but they might shed a lot of hair?
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My Bassett is the world's best building companion.

You may enjoy the breed. They're great in a shop environement.
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Tom - you're right..it's good just having them around...
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We're going to need windshields, and the Citabria has a compound shape, that is usually replaced with a flat one, which is fine....

I'm hoping to pull one once in a while, when the form is finished. This will have all the scale curves in it, and I'll just 'stretch-pull' the plastic over the form...I'm back, messing with this now...
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