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Posted By: Graeme Ogg
Posted On: Wednesday March 13, 2019 at 6:28 PM
 
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FYI, yes, "plinth" is a real word. It means a "supporting base". Plinths is the plural.

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Newest releases from Autocult by Randy Rusk #25542
Newest releases from Autocult by Fitzgerald Ireland #25542.1
I love Autocult - their philosphy, model choices and finesse...however... by John Roberts #25542.2
I don't own any Autocult models, JR, but of course the delicate detailing is a common problem. by Graeme Ogg #25542.2.1
Lol. This reminds me of how I learned to never use crazy glue to repair detached bits.... (EOM) by Jack Dodds #25542.2.1.1
Or very early Brooklin models, Graeme ;-) (EOM) by Ralf Buyer #25542.2.1.2
That's why mine stay attached to their plastic bases [Is 'plinths' a real word]? (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #25542.2.1.3
FYI, yes, "plinth" is a real word. It means a "supporting base". Plinths is the plural. (EOM) by Graeme Ogg #25542.2.1.3.1
As opposed to plintaii or plintae....... (EOM) by Jack Dodds #25542.2.1.3.1.1
I've had some parts detach without even opening the case. (EOM) by Jay Golan #25542.2.1.3.2
I’m always nervous with the likes of Matrix, Esval etc when I photograph them for this Forum by Mike Coupe #25542.2.1.4




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