Madcow - Bomarc Gallery

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    Paul Raducha

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    Very nice! What did you use for the nozzles on the engine pods?
     
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    Those look like cake decorating tips to me.
     
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    Does this look cool or what!
     
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    Very nice job.
     
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    That is awesome!
     
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    My next kit. I recently learned that Iron Fireman, the company my Grandfather was GM of, manufactured many of the castings used in the Bomarc.


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    That's a beautiful job.

    I can't figure out why madcow makes the conduit so wide, it just ruins the lines to my eyes...
     

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