Re: Grumman Amphibians newsletter/magazine


> I am currently researching and compiling information for a
> newsletter/magazine that I want to start called "Grumman Amphibians."
> It would contain photos, information on different Grumman amphibs,
> production lists, individual histories, stories from pilots and
> mechanics, and anything else pertaining to these aircraft.
>
> I was wondering if any of you would be interested in a publication
> like this and if you would like to be contacted when I have it ready
> to go. My plan at this point is to offer it first as a newsletter.
> After I have built up a good subscription base, I want to go to a
> quarterly magazine format. Let me know your thoughts on this and
> thank you very much for your time.
>
As an follow on to this, I have the new 1/48 scale kit for the Grumman
Goose amphibian with the radial engines. I have been told there is also
a kit out for the smaller Grumman amphib (Widgeon??) that had two in
line Ranger engines. Anybody have any information on that kit.
Bill Shuey
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William H. Shuey
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I just finished the Airfix Widgeon.Basic older kit with a few fit problems.Comes with USCG decals.Mine was in a USAirfix box.Pretty cheap on evil-bay.
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Eyeball2002308
Thanks for the URL; I've never seen one quite that involved for a home page! Apparently they spell it with a "G" which Squadron left out IIRC. Cheers,
The Keeper (of too much crap!)
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Keeper
I can understand their confusion. In a couple of places in the web site (halfway down the home page for one) they refer to themselves as Sinifer. Go figure.
Doug Wagner
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Doug Wagner

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