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Old 28 September 2009, 04:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Two new British streamline wires

I would like to announce the release of my latest 1/32 British Streamline Wires in sizes 2BA and 4BA. These are the finest wires used on British biplanes. These wires are ideal for any 1/32 British biplane models.
Each package contains 32 wires, each 200mm in length.

The wires are available in my store at radubstore com.

Also, the previously-released 9/32"BSF and 1/4"BSF British Streamline Wires are now in stock and ready to ship.

A set of "British Wire Terminals" specially designed for use with these wires are also available.

Thanks for your support,


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Old 28 September 2009, 04:54 AM   #2 (permalink)
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"RAF" wires

Hi Radu,

Welcome to The Aerodrome, and that's great news about your "RAF" wires! I have not been a prolific model builder for a number of years now due to a range of distractions, but I still do some model building, and your streamlined wires sound absolutely fantastic!


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Old 28 September 2009, 05:04 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Thanks for the welcome. Like many, I lurked here for a while before posting.
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Old 28 September 2009, 06:04 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Hi Radu,

I love that you added the 2 and 4 BA sizes.

I think you need to have at least 10 posts under your belt to do so, but when you get that far, could post some close up pics of a few of your wires with your attachment points on them.

I'm really keen to see how they all fit together, and how they look.

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Old 28 September 2009, 06:07 AM   #5 (permalink)
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You're very welcome Radu!

You're very welcome!

It's great to see so many people joining this site and contributing. I lurked here on and off for a number of years but was turned off it for two reasons - the amount of time it can consume and some recurring issues which become heated arguments which go nowhere. Still, it is a fantastic site and there is a lot that can be learned here.


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