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Grumman Goose Detail Photo  
User currently offlineModeler From Iceland, joined Sep 2010, 1 posts, RR: 0
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Hi! I´m new to this forum, I intend to build a 1/4 scale Goose, I have good outline drawings but can any of you provide
detail photos? I´m talking about paneling and rivets mainly on the top of the wing, also control horns and hinges.
gear both at the wheel and in the fuselage. I will pay for this if any body can help.


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