Just wanted to let every one I'm still around and kicking. I have taken a break from models for a while to focus on a larger model that I have had for 32 years. It has been an on again,off again project since I bought it in 1980 after I graduated high school. I just picked it up from a friends restoration shop last week after he painted it. It only took 28 years to get it repainted. In that time life's great and little challenges have taken first place to her. 4kid$ a beautiful wife and a house. Now I will have a little extra time now that school has started for the kids. Hope to get back into models after the holidays. Hope all is well with everyone..John
It's a 1967 Mustang Fastback. I rebuilt the engine and added the 4 speed trans in 1985 and rebuilt it again in 2007. And I mean BUILT!! When I'm done with it next year I will be taking it to San Francisco for the 45th anniversary of the filming of BULLITT with a BULLITT car club. We will be driving to all the chase scenes in the movie.
I also have a 1967 Mustang Coupe that is all stock and in need of a major overhaul. And a 1933 Ford Pick up Street Rod and Vintage Dirt Bikes and.............. too many toys and not enough time to play with them all at one time.
Alex Reynoso: I am looking for a Naval Museum that might display some of my father's WWII Navy items. I have a scaled model of a PBM-3 that he was a crew member of I believe crew #3. Thanks. email@example.com
Aug 23, 2017 16:50:27 GMT -5
Jim Broshot: Since nobody has responded in the last month and a half. The only Naval Museums I have ever been to are in Oregon: Tillamook Air Museum (housed in an old blimp hanger, used to be a Naval Air Museum but seems to have gotten away from that specialty. http:/
Oct 7, 2017 22:38:53 GMT -5
Jim Broshot: And its not a Naval Museum but an Aviation Museum and I have seen models displayed in its exhibits, the Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum in Mcminnville www.evergreenmuseum.org/
Oct 7, 2017 22:42:22 GMT -5
dcamp: Probably a dumb answer, but Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL?
Jan 9, 2018 12:24:30 GMT -5
michael16: Looking to contact Tom Farrell, son of WWII B-26 pilot of "Flak Bait" Lt. Jim "Boss" Farrell. I have an interesting story to share about my flight on GE corporate jet with then Capt. Jim Farrell. Please help me make contact with Tom Farrell
Sept 20, 2018 12:57:56 GMT -5
Kersh: Tillman's book "The Forgotten Fifteenth" has an account of this attack that may be of interest.
Apr 8, 2020 11:59:04 GMT -5
rupertpika151: My great uncle was on the Little Jo T-square 4 tail code #42-24611, engine 3 caught fire. The crew ditched the plane. 6 were recovered, 4 went MIA (including my great uncle), and one was captured and executed. I have the crew report.
May 11, 2020 12:42:24 GMT -5
rupertpika151: If anyone has any information or update links that would be greatly appreciated. We are hoping to have him, Joseph A. Esola recognized at Arlington in the summer/fall. Also the links on the original thread were not working, if anyone has current links?
May 11, 2020 12:43:59 GMT -5
rupertpika151: If anyone would like a copy of the report let me know. 28 pages.
May 11, 2020 12:44:41 GMT -5
USMMA86: Dear Rupert, I would be interested in reading that Crew Report....found this website completing my own 1/72 P-6E. Scott Uehlinger, CDR USNR Ret...email firstname.lastname@example.org
Nov 30, 2020 10:20:27 GMT -5
Tom Farrell: Michael16, you can contact me at Flakbait@hotmail.com.
Dec 13, 2020 18:11:24 GMT -5
tvharwood: Hi Tom, Is Memories of War and Peace by Bob Gillman from a book?
Jun 16, 2022 15:59:37 GMT -5
bontyahistory: I am looking for a detailed drawing of the Hangar Army Air Corp. 1930-B that you have shown on your web site. I am creating a new 1/72 scale hangar just like the one you posted that was at Wheeler Field on 12/7/41. Thank you. LOU
Dec 10, 2022 11:51:35 GMT -5