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Wyatt the Odd Fezian writes:

Larry - of Pegasus Hobbies in Montclair, California - provided some of his Pegasus Models products to support the Darkson Designs booth as well. Pre-painted scenery - including Egyptian sphinx and obelisks, along with ruined cathedral walls, towers, bridges, hovels and even a river - attracted a lot of attention.

Pegasus Models' pre-painted scenery

Some of Pegasus' new releases were available as well, including two sets of cacti, palm, and banana trees, along with a package of farm animals in 25-28mm. Larry also produces a range of 1/72 (20mm) plastic soldiers from a variety of eras. A package of early Vietnam War U.S. troops armed with M-14 rifles will be released soon.

Pegasus Models' products

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