Yup! And try to find it when you want it!
Fortunately, my model stash doesn’t look like this !
Isnt that @SSGToms stash?
Sadly mine does! I put kits in those cardboard office-storage boxes with lids, so my storage unit is VERY “Raiders” indeed…
(But so far no dead rats, Russian spies, or melting Nazis to report!)
For most of my +/- 400 kits I know what I have and where! So that photo is not valid for me …
Nope @Robin_Nilsson stash for warehouse 1.
REMOVING THE KIT FROM THE STASH TO BUILD IT…
You know… that half full, half empty crap.
No big deal…. Just make an inventory lol.
If anyone needs a good charity to donate to my bench is always open!
You can’t have too much fun and you can’t have too many kits - providing they are mostly ( but not all )
1/48 aircraft -
Yep, that’s about right. How did they get in my house to take that photo of me?
I didn’t find any Nazis either, Tom, but I did find a dead mouse. Darn cats aren’t doing their job.
When messing with storing the stash just think of it as a real life Tetris game
Example of one of my stash closets
At the last count I had 74 kits , with a mixture of vehicles and figures . These go from Napoleonic period through to present day .
The trouble I have is that I know what I want to do , from dioramas to vignettes . What’s stopping me is the lack of room to display them , so that warehouse would be ideal . I am still adding to the stash as new ideas still come to me lid I don’t want to miss models when they are at sale prices , as you never see them at that price ever again .