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  • Nicely done, Bob! And "back in the day" when a tie was de rigueur! Wow!

    Pete
    in Michigan

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    • Joey looks like he's working hard to convince a tough cookie there. Hope he's successful!

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      • Excellent modeling!
        Carl

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        • Fantastic Bob!! What a great mini scene!
          Dave
          Dave

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          • Those figures are perfect for the scene!

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            • Pete, Bill, Carl, Dave, and Ray, thanks for the nice posts, all are much appreciated.

              I had planned to get some outside photos today but the weather is not cooperating and it looks bad through the whole weekend.

              Bob
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              • Bob,
                I want to add another comment on your build. When you can look at a model and see every small item is handmade from scratch---that's impressive. The detail and effort you put into this model takes us all back in time!
                Thank you, Dave
                Dave

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                • Bob,
                  You created an excellent scene! The figures look wonderful as well!

                  Scott

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                  • Bob, I can now see why you wanted to use those figures, as they look perfect in there! Your Northport Hobbies store has turned out wonderful!
                    I hope little Joey gets what he wants from his mom, and that Bill get's his sale!

                    Greg

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                    • Bob,

                      That scene looks so familiar. Love the figures.

                      Looking at the biplane in the window, I remember building a model of that plane when a student, or something similar. I liked building models of aircraft from the interwar period.

                      Your store is very evocative.

                      Mike
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                      Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced. James Baldwin

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                      • Dave, Scott, Greg, and Mike, thanks for your postings, I appreciate them all and I also detect a bunch of hobby shop devotees.

                        Mike, that period between the wars is my favorite era of aircraft modeling too.

                        Here's one of my model aircraft cases, look at all those "yellow wings" types and most of those airliners are from that period too.

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                        Bob
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                        • Great work all the way around, Bob!!

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                          • Thanks Fred, looks like the forum has slowed down for the summer.

                            Here's a few shots of the hobby shop outside in the poor sunlight.

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                            As they used to say, "time to stick a fork in it and call it done".

                            Bob
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                            • Looks good to me, Bob, and Charlie appears happy, but I don't see him carrying a bag of anything! Shop Local!!

                              Pete
                              in Michigan

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                              • Good looking even in the poor sunlight!

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