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    Did anybody have one of these kits?
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    Nope, but i'd have loved one! (still would)

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    Quote Originally Posted by victorbrunswick View Post
    Anybody remember the snap together kits? The one I remember having was the Monogram kit of a Sopwith Camel piloted by Snoopy.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mulletino View Post
    Nope, but i'd have loved one! (still would)
    and me. Off to look on E-bay now !

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    We had very little to amuse ouselves at my our draconian boarding school. So I took up model areoplane making. Every family visiting day Mum would bring me a new model and I would begin immediately the family left and proudly show them next time they visited. The students had a model plane competition from time to time. I recall I won it at least five times. The winner pocketed the other boys lollies. I must have made 100 model planes during those days. My fave were the Brit Spitfire and Hurricane and WW2 German bombers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pussywillow View Post
    Some of those kits were bloody hard ! Especially if the pieces didn't fit together very well as they did sometimes. Could never do those car ones

    Anyone remember Frog kits ? Now they were damnmed hard and the instructions were terrible !
    A couple of Frog Model planes I made back in 2013 for fun.


    Got the plans from somewhere.Both were good fliers and had lots of fun with them that year,Hay fever included.
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