This material may be redistributed for non-commercial use without explicit permission of the author(s) as long as the text is used exactly as is (except for reformatting) and the author is given full written credit for the material.Hobby retailers may display this information as a consumer guide, but may not sell it.He was the first to add reviews of Japanese 1/700 kits. He has high standards, and from the pictures I've seen on the net, he produces excellent work. (DRW) WLM == Bill Michaels ([email protected]) Bill is our resident expert on US Coast Guard subjects, and also very well versed on the subject of sailing ships.(DRW) GM == Graeme Martin ([email protected]) Graeme is a newcomer to the list as of late 2005, but he's no newcomer to the world of ship modeling. Make sure you check out Bill's USCG Model Kit list.She knows destroyers as well, and also is very familiar with the N/S Savannah.If that weren't enough, she's also a fan of turbine cars and airliners.He was one of the first contributors to this list, and still gets a few words in now and then.(DRW) JP == Joseph Poutre ([email protected]) Joe Poutre is a good friend, a fellow New Jerseyan, and my co-conspirator on numerous projects.
This list was created by Rajendra Datta ([email protected]).
(DRW) PKHM == Peter Mispelkamp ([email protected]) Peter is another helpful fellow.
He seems to be most interested in Kriegsmarine subjects, and he favors 1/400 Heller kits.
Other people have since contributed to it, and it is now being maintained by Joseph Poutre ([email protected]) Comments, additions, and corrections should be sent to him.
This list is intended to include all plastic and resin model ship kits.