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Aero-space / Re: Sea Bronco
« Last post by Alvis 3.1 on Today at 12:56:54 AM »
It needs some under wing hard points  added to carry an adequate supply of beer.  Drop tanks converted to coolers.
No, no, too high up and over the water.

You build a cooler into the top surface of each float, silly man. Then you can land, open the top of a float and just reach down and grab a beer.

The top-of-the-line version has removable deck chairs and a fold-out BBQ built into the floats as well...

And WASTE all that capacity in the floats?? Oh no, each float gets sealed off into an individual keg, tank her up at base and everyones happy!!

PS. Is the Canadian Dollar really that weak against the US dollar?

Good idea, you just have to either have cross connections between the floats are make sure you always drink the same amount from each one to ensure proper balance.
No, our dollar isn't that bad, it's my in joke at always getting screwed on exchange rates though.

Alvis
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Land / Re: El Gatito Blindado
« Last post by Frank3k on Yesterday at 11:56:02 PM »
Thanks for the picture of the Pbv 301. Putting the engine forward makes the most sense. Is the right hand drive a leftover from its 38(t) heritage?

Paul - the Hetzer is longer than the 38(t) making it longer still would help, so would moving the engine out of the way.
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Scifi and Fantasy / Re: New Spaceship from the Black and Decker Shipyards
« Last post by Frank3k on Yesterday at 11:42:27 PM »
It looks good! I second "The Orville" universe aesthetic.
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Scifi and Fantasy / Re: New Spaceship from the Black and Decker Shipyards
« Last post by tankmodeler on Yesterday at 10:19:38 PM »
Could definitely be something out of the "Orville" or "Andromeda" universes.
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Aero-space / Re: Sea Bronco
« Last post by Modelling_Mushi on Yesterday at 07:53:00 PM »
It needs some under wing hard points  added to carry an adequate supply of beer.  Drop tanks converted to coolers.
No, no, too high up and over the water.

You build a cooler into the top surface of each float, silly man. Then you can land, open the top of a float and just reach down and grab a beer.

The top-of-the-line version has removable deck chairs and a fold-out BBQ built into the floats as well...

And WASTE all that capacity in the floats?? Oh no, each float gets sealed off into an individual keg, tank her up at base and everyones happy!!

PS. Is the Canadian Dollar really that weak against the US dollar?
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Scifi and Fantasy / Re: New Spaceship from the Black and Decker Shipyards
« Last post by buzzbomb on Yesterday at 06:58:08 PM »
Yep. Works for me
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Aero-space / Re: The Avia B-355 - Czech out this Tale in 1/72 Scale
« Last post by pigflyer on Yesterday at 06:33:15 PM »
As normal, a beauty, both aircraft and history.  Some of the very best undercart work ever seen.   You are the Master!

Ian
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Sea / Re: LCAC-2
« Last post by Old Wombat on Yesterday at 05:42:04 PM »
Oops! :-[
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Scifi and Fantasy / Re: New Spaceship from the Black and Decker Shipyards
« Last post by Old Wombat on Yesterday at 05:41:08 PM »
 8) :smiley:
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Land / Re: Small Arms
« Last post by Old Wombat on Yesterday at 05:40:06 PM »
^^^ Who needs brakes! ;) ^^^
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