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  1. Well let's get this site loaded up. I started a build last year of Italeri's new 1/32 F-104 A/C kit using a lot of stuff I haven't used yet. Here's a photo of the starting lineup: I've got the kit (duh), along with Eduard's exhaust for early -104s as well as their PE set for the gun bay. My plan is to feature the electronics bay and the gun bay opened on a well-worn -104 assigned to the Puerto Rico ANG. I'll also be using the decals from Victory productions: Colors to be provided by Hataka Paints - I've sprayed some briefly on my paint mule with good results, so we will all see where that takes us later. Now let's get started on our journey of plastic goodness. Just to get off on the right foot, I figured I'd start with something simple - hacking up the gun bay to accommodate the PE from Eduard. Here's my first cuts: And with the basic PE taped in place: Throughout this misadventure your questions, comments, and observations (and critiques - I'm not sensitive) are profoundly welcomed. Thanks for looking - see you tomorrow with the next installment. John