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Offline loupgarou

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Re: The American Hogsback bomber - Korea 1950
« Reply #30 on: September 14, 2014, 10:37:10 am »

Jeff Garrity (afaik) was the only place where you could buy these books, and when John retired he was left with the project.  I had tried to contact John one time because I had spotted a couple of thing (because I had a boxing in my hand usually) but couldn't get hold of him (he usually responded) so I contacted Garrity to find out if there was a change in contact info, it was then Jeff told me that John had retired and wasn't doing it anymore but if I had any new info on kits I was to send the info to him.  Therefore I'm assuming that Jeff will publish another addendum some time in the future. 

Which is why I said send your pics to him -- just mention you have new or corrected info for the book.

Thanks for your explanation. I'll try to contact him. i too am interested in modelling history and would like Burns' work to be continued.
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Offline Martin H

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Re: The American Hogsback bomber - Korea 1950
« Reply #31 on: September 14, 2014, 12:33:49 pm »
Ive had at least 4 Novo F-82's in my stash at one point or another. Ive got a pair of bagged examples currently in the stash.

The moldings have all the usual haul marks of Frog tooling.
I always hope for the best.
Unfortunately,
experience has taught me to expect the worst.

Size (of the stash) matters.



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