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Old Yesterday, 05:11 AM
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Looking at all the storage boxes full of airplanes in my room, I wish I had started at 1/144 scale. Would had made storage and display much easier. Excellent idea.

My compliments on your building skills.
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I mean, it's much easier and, in my opinion, more enjoyable building models at a larger scale. I would have chosen a bigger scale had I not known a move was likely.
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personally I like the bigger models...........

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Indeed, back in the day I built most of my airliners one, in plastic, and two, in or around 1/144 scale. But I was MUCH younger then and my eyes and fingers worked oh so much better.
So now building in paper and in 1/100 and 1/72 scale is a welcome relief. I can appreciate anyone building in the smaller scale as I know itís just that much harder.
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