InFlight Goblin...Once lost, found again

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    Woody's Workshop

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    I was at the storage last week looking chutes and cords for the builds that been waiting to finish.
    I opened up a box not knowing what was in it, and among a bunch of stuff I had forgotten about...
    I find an InFlight Goblin kit. So, I brought it home and started building it.
    I have no idea where this Goblin Kit had come from.
    Must have been included in a bundle purchase off Ebay some years back or something.
    I tried to look up InFlight, but they seam to been another vendor that has closed up shop.
    What can anyone tell me about InFlight?
     
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    Does anyone know who they got their body tubes from?
    I usually coat body tubes with a few coats of Tite Bond and sand smooth.
    The Goblin tube is white, seams are perfect with no gaps and the tube is smooth.
    No need for any filling what so ever.
     
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    I don't know, but I opened an older MPC Tomahawk kit yesterday and the tubes are the same. They're perfect!
     

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