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Minnesota Nordicon (UPDATE)

Get your models ready, the folks from the Twin City Aero Historians will bring this event on Saturday, September 21, 2013 with model builders coming from various states around Minnesota. There’s a electronic form to enter your models here. This year the main theme will be NEED FOR SPEED.

Categories:

The military vehicles categories will be judged by the Minnesota Military Figure Society (MMFS) using the AMPS “Open Judging” style, which rates the model in relation to the ability of the modeler, rather than against the work of other modelers. It looks at what the modeler started with, what he finished with and what he did to get there.

Each model is judged by a team of judges, with the lowest score eliminated. This system both judges the model and honors the modeler for his artistic achievement and historical accuracy. The figure categories will be judged by the Military Military Figure Society (MMFS) using “Chicago” figure judging style.

The remaining categories will be judged using IPMS style judging.

Monday September 23rd, 2013 UPDATE:

A few pictures of this event have been posted on our Facebook page.

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Special Awards:

  • People’s Choice
  • Defense Of The Reich
  • Best Ordnance
  • Best WWI Aircraft
  • Best Figure
  • Best Armor Subject
  • Best WWII Aircraft
  • Most Unique Model
  • Best Sci-Fi Subject
  • Best Polish Subject

Registration: 9:00 am – Noon

Awards Presentation: 3:00 pm

Entry fee: $10 (unlimited models), $5 youth (under 16)

Juniors:

  • A-1 Ages 9 and under
  • A-2 Ages 10 to 13
  • A-3 Ages 14 to 17

Aircraft:

  • B-1 1/72 and smaller Biplanes and WWI
  • B-2 1/48 and larger Biplanes and WWI
  • B-3 1/48 and larger WWII Axis Single Engine
  • B-4 1/48 and larger WWII Allied Single Engine
  • B-5 1/72 and smaller WWII Axis Single Engine
  • B-6 1/72 and smaller WWII Allied Single Engine
  • B-7 1/48 and larger Multi-Engine
  • B-8 1/72 and smaller Multi-Engine
  • B-9 1/48 and larger Jets and A/C Korea to present
  • B-10 1/72 and smaller Jets and A/C Korea to present
  • B-11 Helicopters (all scales)
  • B-13 1/144 and smaller A/C (all)
  • B-14 1/32 Biplanes and WWI
  • B-15 1/32 Aircraft
  • B-16 Civilian (all scales)

Military Vehicles:

  • C-1 1/72 and smaller (All)
  • C-2 1/48 (all)
  • C-5 1/35 Axis open top and soft skin
  • C-6 1/35 Allied open top and soft skin
  • C-7 1/35 Axis closed top
  • C-8 1/35 Allied closed top
  • C-9 1/35 Korea to present
  • C-10 Artillery all scales

Figures:

  • D-1 54mm and smaller
  • D-2 70mm and larger
  • D-3 Bust
  • D-4 Sci-fi and Fantasy

Ships:

  • E-1 1/600 and smaller
  • E-2 1/350 to 1/500
  • E-3 1/200 and larger

Automotive:

  • F-1 1/18 and larger all
  • F-2 1/32 and smaller all
  • F-3 1/20 to 1/25 Factory Stock
  • F-4 1/20 to 1/25 Street Rods
  • F-5 1/20 to 1/25 Customs
  • F-6 1/20 to 1/25 Competition closed wheel
  • F-7 1/20 to 1/25 Competition open wheel
  • F-8 Trucks all
  • F-9 Motorcycles all

Sci-Fi:

  • G-1 All

Real Space:

  • H-1 All

Dioramas:

  • I-1 Military Subject
  • I-2 Non-Military Subject

Misc.:

  • J-1 All
  • J-2 Triathalon
  • J-3 Collections

Saturday, September 21, 2013 at

Northern Star Council Boy Scouts of America Base Camp

201 Bloomington Rd
Fort Snelling, MN 55111


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George Collazo
George Collazo
George has been hosting review sites and blogging about toy collectibles, travel, digital photography and Nikon digital imaging since 1998. His first model kit build was a Testors 1/35 DODGE WC-54 in 1984.
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