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Member postings for Luther Oswalt

Here is a list of all the postings Luther Oswalt has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.

Thread: Forum members' new models: Let's see them.
11/09/2019 14:53:46

WOW! You guys build very nice models! I look at these and get encouraged to go out and start cutting up Balsa! Keep up the good work!

Leo Oswalt

20/05/2019 18:20:13

Jeff - That is a beautiful model!

Leo Oswalt

Thread: An Experimental Vulcan: 72" span.
01/04/2018 18:39:47

I like this construction very much! Beautiful work!


Thread: Show us your workshop!
24/03/2018 17:33:13

Reg - You have a very nice shop. Great approach to the Construction Using Tin/Alum for the outside siding and roof! The wood interior is as nice as any one could want! Enjoy!


Thread: Forum members' new models: Let's see them.
11/03/2018 15:01:13


Your Catalina is well done. I have many WWII favorites and this is one of them. Nice to see her!


Thread: Own Design 2m F3A Model
08/03/2018 20:05:48

You have done a great job on your plane. It's beautiful!!


10/02/2018 18:35:07

Great job, absolutely top drawer! I will be watching this one for sure!


Thread: Best given the right of way
10/02/2018 18:27:25

I do not like any of the snakes that may kill me or make me very sick!

07/02/2018 15:46:59

Once in a US Hunting and Fishing Magazine I read where a Texas Doctor, who has treated 100's of Rattle Snake bites in his long career said, not one of the snake bite victims had heard a rattle! Every year on my farm in Alabama many very large and very mean snakes are killed. Not only do we have several different kind of Rattlers we also have Copper Heads and Cotton Mouths and they do get large and are very dangerous! Down here in Florida in addition to the ones mention above we also have the deadly Coral Snake whose venom attacks the nervous system. They do not have fangs and must chew your skin for the venom to enter your body. Forty Five seconds later you are dead. We have killed a number of these on our property.


Thread: Forum members' new models: Let's see them.
22/10/2017 15:09:54

Peter Jenkins - I chuckled when as I read your comment about the centering the spray bar on the fuel tank! For a moment it was as tho I was reading "setting up" a control line model. That is a beautiful model! Good Job!


31/08/2017 15:22:26

Peter - You always hit a Home Run every time you come to bat! I'm always amazed at your designs! Thanks for being Peter Miller!


Thread: New Shed
15/08/2017 17:58:05

Hard to believe it has been that long ago!


Thread: Forum members' new models: Let's see them.
03/07/2017 20:25:57

Peter as usual, great model. Looking forward to plans!


01/07/2017 19:57:49

David - A very nice job ... beautiful model!


09/04/2017 19:45:11

Peter - Sorry about the "about" vs correctly - "above"

Nimble Fingers Leo

09/04/2017 19:42:26

Peter - That is great picture taken about the model! I really like your covering and color scheme.

Beautiful Model and Photos ...


03/04/2017 22:54:52

WOW ... What beautiful Model .. Rugged Too!


Thread: Diesel Crackdown
30/01/2017 18:17:26

Over here I am not sure what the future is for Diesel, especially where it is going in the pick up truck area! I have a 2007 Chevrolet 3500, Dually (Dual Rear Tires) 1 ton. It is a 365 hp, 600 ft-lb torque, that I use for farm related tasks. That same truck today has 450 hp Diesel engine, 900 ft-lb of torque, and a price tag of over $60,000!( Ford is at $73,000)! Way beyond my pocket book anyway! The major problem is not to buy a trailer which the weight capacity exceeds 10,000 lbs. When I procured the trailer and before the Feds passed these regs I found a very good trailer that had a capacity of 20 tons, now the Federal and State Departments of Transportation do not care about the weight as much they do about the upper limit of the Combined Weight Capacity of the truck and the trailer! In my case this is 6,600 + 20,000 which exceeds the allowed by 600 pounds!

The regulations require a driver of any vehicle with capacity to haul over 26,000 pounds to have a commercial lincese. This brings on many other requirements. So I am stuck! I may have to sell the trailer.


Thread: Forum members' new models: Let's see them.
01/01/2017 15:47:23

That is a "Lean and Mean Machine" ... Very Nice!


Thread: Sign of the times - funnies
18/12/2016 15:42:23

Merry Christmas Peter and All!


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