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Article about: Hi all, I thought I would post some caps etc, but wasn't sure what to start with, so I thought I would bung the lot up for a look, mostly Luftwaffe, but a little bit of Heer as well, and a f

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    ..."some" caps?!

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    Soooo...
    That's where you placed the SdkFz roadwheel
    How's the hangover?!
    Mark

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    I absolutely love the tail panels with Swastikas from what appear to be ME109 aircraft. Especially the one with tropical paint and is that a shell hole through it?

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    Hi Guys,

    Thankyou, Ben, yes they are from 109's, both have some battle damage to them. (well I assume that is battle damage, I can't imagine some one would have whacked a pick or some such through 'em).

    Mark, I did survive, and am back in the land of the living, one good thing about hangovers, they eventually fade....

    Bob (and it was Ade's avatar that inspired me to do mine )

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    Any chance of some close ups Bob? the tail panels I mean, not the hangover!

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    Certainly can Ben, here ya go....

    (sorry for the delay, shift worker in action here)


    Bob
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    Oh yeah, recovered from that hangover nicely thanks Mark !!


    Bob

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    Hi Phil,

    Yes my long suffering wife tries to understand my collecting passions, and sadly I don't have deep pockets, I think this stuff will have me begging in the streets before too long.....


    Bob

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    Very nice collection and display Bob !! well done love those cabinets !!

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    Amazing Emil piece !

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