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1/144 Carrier Fleets

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This guy has a serious addiction, some many carrier class 1/144 vessels...
https://twitter.com/g7Gf1CcbKMThICY

putting Mike & David to shame.. ;)

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I keep seeing how small the average residence in Japan is, so this guy must own a mansion to fit all of this in. Ultra-impressive! :mrgreen:
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GB18 - B-25B Mitchell (F-Toys), Beaufighter Mk VIc (Mark I), MC.200 Folgore (F-Toys)
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Other - Arado Ar196A-1 (F-Toys)

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Lot of work there.

Shame its posted on Twitter. I can only see the first two images briefly before the "Join Or Die" box pops up. And sorry but not joining Twitter to view the occasional - albeit in this case hugely impressive - model.

Would be interested to know what the F-35Bs there are? Pit Road? F-Toys? 3D printed?

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Same here, I was looking forward to seeing his collection, but that didn't last more than one image.

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I have a slow internet connection which can be a bugger at times. However, in this case, I got to see 8 photos before being blocked by the pop-up. I may be a twit, but I certainly don't subscribe to Twitter. It took me ages to sign up for Facebook and, even then, I rarely visit it.
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Other - Arado Ar196A-1 (F-Toys)

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At least Facebook generally lets you review the images without having to join (not always I grant you) and only needs you to join if you want to comment on the site.

Twitter on the other hand :shock:

Not wanting to be controversial or political but what with Twitter now seemingly being the hub of woke/cancel culture, wouldn't touch with a ten foot barge pole/avoid like the plague are terms that come to mind.

Again, shame as the genuine members who want to share something non-political and of real interest are tarred with the same brush.

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