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My Easter Egg

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    Default My Easter Egg

    I posted this one early this morning on GHW2 and haven't had the time to post it here. I would've posted it a little sooner but my computer crashed right before I could press the "Submit New Thread" button.

    The Easter Bunny hippity hopped by my house this weekend and dropped off a little surprise.

    A NS62 lot number D94 named to a R. Wolfram. I guess the Easter Bunny was in a rush because I had to crack this egg myself.

    A HUGE thank you to Paul (PBaczuk) for the information and procedures. I had a lot of fun and I definitely look forward to doing it again.

    Lots of pictures so I hope you enjoy the process.

    I hope everyone had a Happy Easter!
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    Hey Tommy,

    As I said on GHW2 you wrecked a near mint Undersea Divers KM with Army decals. Very rare.
    Now your stuck....with this......
    LOL. Nice job! Looks great.
    Doug

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    Great save Tommy
    Worth every bit of the effort.

    Brad.
    Last edited by Lidman; 04-21-2014 at 10:27 AM.

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    Very nice and you did a really great job!

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    Wow very nice clean up! Good job on it looks great, I'll never know what was going through that persons mind by picking that color out.

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    Someone must have been colourblind. ""-Blue?! What is blue?!-"""

    Looks great! Nice job Sir.
    Collect ROA, Cossack, Schuma and other WW2 Volunteer militaria.

    "Be Humble and kind, for you may find that it was Odin you entertained"

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    That is an above excellent restoration friend.

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    Great work! What did you use to remove the paint?

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    Very nice! That is a great restoration!

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    Quote by Aleksander P View Post
    Great work! What did you use to remove the paint?
    That was great work. I also would like to know what you used to get that paint off?

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