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Posted by Anonymous on Friday, February 7, 2003 9:12 PM
You've probably heard the same story at least a dozen times. I use to build mdels as a kid with my family and got away from it as I grew up. A coworker of mine got my interest up in the hobby again in 1996. His work was and is very inspiring to me. I certainly have not surpassed his skill, but we both posess tricks and ideas to aid each other. Not that I have been gone too long (I'm only 27). I enjoy a little bit of all subject matter (automobiles, planes, tanks). I really enjoy the oddball, unique aircraft. For example, Me 163 Komet. Of the automobiles, Mopars of the Muscle years. My philosophy on the ever expanding collection of unbuilt kits is that I would never be able to own all the cars, and the other kits are mechanical wonders or of historical significance to me (have a Tamiya Fletcher class Destroyer that I will make my Grandfathers ship from "U.S.S. Kalk"). Well, I have talked long enough. If anybody shares some of these interests, I 'd like to hear from you.

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