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    New Lie-Nielsen plane? (Humorous post- not breaking news)

    Saw this on eBay. Thatís a new one.
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    I wasn't aware the Lie-Nielson's planes were available in glue together kits!

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    Tom LN must be assuming that Bridge City Tools wont make it without Mr. E, and decided to fill the resulting "design void".

    I wonder if that Spitfire Custom Plane is bevel up or bevel down?
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    I wonder if that Spitfire Custom Plane is bevel up or bevel down?
    Bevel down, stays on the ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frederick Skelly View Post
    Tom LN must be assuming that Bridge City Tools wont make it without Mr. E, and decided to fill the resulting "design void".

    I wonder if that Spitfire Custom Plane is bevel up or bevel down?
    Um, that's a Hawker Hurricane. Less popular than the Spitfire but did more of the hard work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hilton Ralphs View Post
    Um, that's a Hawker Hurricane. Less popular than the Spitfire but did more of the hard work.
    Ha! Good catch Hilton!

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    Waiting on someone to post...."I have the Model...and LOVE it"

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    They are all still being used over the Channel at this time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steven c newman View Post
    Waiting on someone to post...."I have the Model...and LOVE it"
    I prefer the Veritas version.71LAp-FCjsL._SX425_.jpg

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    Rotating blade for making grooves,but you must beware of that blade as it might take your hand off. It has no guard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Tilson View Post
    Rotating blade for making grooves,but you must beware of that blade as it might take your hand off. It has no guard.
    The PittsStop version might be a better choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Myers View Post
    I prefer the Veritas version.71LAp-FCjsL._SX425_.jpg
    Well - we have made parts for a Mosquito restoration, and today I was looking at a request for a Lancaster restoration....

    These are the guys (all volunteers) https://www.facebook.com/CH2AMosquito/

    Cheers -

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    Now those are cool projects, Rob. I once worked with a machine shop down in Bakersfield, CA. They built quite a nice little side business making reproduction parts for Model Tís and such.

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