by Phil Steele
January 1, 2016 in Aviation
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Craig Abrahamson on January 1, 2016
Be still my heart! For a minute there (before I spotted the glass shelves), I thought these were a bunch of nice models thrown INTO a “box”. Whew..!!
Phil Steele on January 1, 2016
Thanks Craig. I thought it would be good shock value. I added a full view shot. Have at ‘er !!
Tom Cleaver on January 3, 2016
I had the same reaction.
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. on January 1, 2016
Phil, thanks for posting this, particularly at this time of year. Several old friends there, and pleasant memories of paint and glue.
Great stuff! Fine collection!
A float Twotter! Egad!
I’d love to see some of them with a little room between them, if you have a chance.
Thanks Bernard. 260 models in 5 scales, and probably 100 lbs. of glass. Made it myself !! I added a full view shot. And I do want to re-photo a few: maybe next summer. The Twin Otter is an old Matchbox kit I did about 20 years ago. I want to do it over again with the (I’m assuming) re-boxed Revell kit if I can get a deal on one.
Tom Bebout on January 2, 2016
Wonderful way to show off a box. Like Craig my first impression was the same as his, glad to see they’re properly displayed.
Phil Steele on January 2, 2016
No worries—they’re all safe !!
George Williams on January 3, 2016
Great header picture, mate, sure lools like a scrap heap at first glance, glad it isn’t.
Phil Steele on January 4, 2016
Greg Kittinger on January 4, 2016
That’s a lot of airfoils in a small space! Represents a lot of hours of joy I suspect.
Bernd Müller on January 6, 2016
Beautiful collection, Phil. Happy modelling and all the Best in 2016 for you !
Phil Steele on January 6, 2016
Thanks Bernd !!
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