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A6M5 Zero

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    Here`s a model of an A6M3 I made.
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    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    Hi zwerge,
    you make some superb models i think this is what keeps the history going, you are very talented. Also i would like to thank Bob and his wife Chizuco for the translation on the paper weight.
    I have copied it and kept it in the box for further use, Thank you chizuco.
    dave.

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    Hi Zwerge,
    This is a model of a mitsubishi G4MI, bomber it was left to me by my late father in law with some other planes. Im not sure if it was the bomber that carried the Oka bomb ( suicide bomb ) slung under the plane. Or if that was a heavier bomber.
    dave.

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    Having just read this thread it reminded me many moons ago when my dad came home from petticoat lane market with a large cardboard box and inside was an assortment of wooden aircraft recognition models that were made during the war,some were broken but others okay , they were all painted in the proper colours and if memory serves they included, dakota, spitfire, hurricane, me109.me110 , heinkel 111, and stuka ,but the largest model was that of a german condor maritime aircraft, the ones that were broken were repaired by using animal glue and i kept them in my room hanging from the ceiling i cant imagine how much they would be worth now.Isnt it amazing what you let slip through your fingers over the years.

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    Hi Dave,
    I would have loved t have seen the recognition models, te would be a tidy sum now i should imagine. But as you say things slide through your fingers pver the years, i think we have all done that.
    you reminded me of Petticoat lane, i used to go there sundays and to club row also, had some good bargins there . I used to sell some war medals to the dealers at the row. You also reminded me of the animal glue at school, we had to boil it down to use it,
    it was made from horse hooves and stink the place out.
    and stick like s--t to a blanket, lol.
    thanks, dave.

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    OH THE SMELL!!! , i still have a round table that my dad made 45yrs ago and he used animal glue, its as strong today as when it was first built, i understand that you can still get the glue through specialist dealers

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    OH THE SMELL!!! , i still have a round table that my dad made 45yrs ago and he used animal glue, its as strong today as when it was first built, i understand that you can still get the glue through specialist dealers
    If it smells that bad I will stick with Gorilla glue.
    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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