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      waltmertins


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      Post #74763, posted on 03-23-2020 GMT-5 hours    
      Well, I finally get to dig around my model closet.
      I can believe the things I am finding.
      I had not idea that Sasquatch ever attempted to do a C-46. Evidently I have the prototype.
      Unique but..... Sasquatch!!!
      The awesome thing I found, my best friend Tom Flynn had sent me a long, long time ago
      a 747-SP 1/100 scale fuselage conversion for the Doyusha/Entex kit.
      Where in the world that came from?
      Any one knows? I can wait to do a Braniff Big orange Ultra. Going straight to the "1940 Air Terminal Museum".
      Have I mention how awesome that place is?
      If in Houston, you must go!

      Walter

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      Post #74766, posted on 03-23-2020 GMT-5 hours    
      I do not remember Sasquatch doing a C-46.Atlantic Models did one in 1/144 in the expanded foam.It wouldnt surprise me for Sasquatch to have done one,as Dean Slaybaugh flew the hump during WW II on C-46s.
      Sparky