Styrene Hello Adam, man I'm glad to see your pic. here! I'm first reading your Academy Stuka review some years ago but clearly didn´t know how you look like hi hi. So you are quite older as I thought, anyway please keep up that good work now you've got your own webpage. So many thanks for your fine reviews!!
I don't know if "quite older" is how I'd put it, but I think I get where you're coming from!
If you've gone through the webpage at all, I'm sure you'll see that I've done my best to keep up the good work! I am glad you enjoy my style, guys, and I'll definitely keep doing it. It's funny; there are one or two boards where people are very negative about my website, but most are very friendly, and it's always nice to meet new folks who love the same fun hobby I do!
22. March at 16:45:16
Styrene Danke das Du auf deutsch geantwortet hast Adam! I thought you were british and from London UK back than, and as often had no idea about your person. Your Stuka review was excelent since you find out the undercarriage was undersized or at leas too short and also that shortcomming on the wing edge. Sadly I didn´t got me a Academy Stuka untill now. By the way my fathers uncle lived in St. Thomas not far away from you in Canada.
22. March at 18:44:54
Adam Rehorn Kein Problem, mein Freund! Everyone thinks I'm British. Being in "London" doesn't help, but my writing style is very British, I've been told! I do write for a British modelling magazine, too, so I guess I blend in, even though I'm a "colonial". I'm glad you've gotten one of those Stukas. Still a great looking plane and great kit for the price. I love the D/G Stukas; they and the Pfeil are my favourite "Otto"s of WWII.
That's amazing that your father's uncle lived in St. Thomas! The factory I'm an engineer in is about 20 minutes from there! Talk about small world!
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