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Finn

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  1. Check out some of the photos here: https://sobchak.wordpress.com/2014/08/28/bird-dogs-fac-guts-and-guns/ Jari
  2. All the Hurricane questions you want to ask here

    Don't know if this has been posted or not but a pair of Hurricanes on submarine patrol: Jari
  3. Looks like the masking on the nose was a wee bit off on this one: Jari
  4. Here is a view of the bomb bay with doors open: Jari
  5. While the paint is drying, some more Halifax photos, a nice view of Monica: ventral gun?: a view from the nose: Jari
  6. Coming all pretty nicely, yes an airbrush does at time not work the way you want it too, but have faith. As for the camo scheme, some times at the wing trailing edge the very end it starts as you can see in two of the ones here: while the one in the middle the tan is further forward. Jari
  7. Here are a couple more Halifax pics, tail turret: curtain closed in the window: Jari
  8. Here is another Halifax with 2 turning: what are those posts on top of the wings for? Jari
  9. Is it too late to give it some teeth?: Jari
  10. Bomb splash at sea

    Here is a ship being skipped bombed, the smaller splashes are the bombs (most likely 500lbs) skipping off the water: and then going off: with one hitting the ship. Jari
  11. As mentioned the flaps were usually left up, however when getting the a/c ready for it's mission they were checked as you can see in this video: no doubt raised once the inspections were done. Jari
  12. Hi Ced, i've been watching your project, it's coming along very well even with a few bumps along the way. Here are a few Halifax pics that may be helpful: edit: the pics wouldn't come up but you can see them here: http://www.rcaf434squadron.com/groundcrew/ Jari
  13. You could always build the Monogram one as an early Thud without the scoop: https://www.flickr.com/photos/mdebock/sets/72157633718479218 Jari
  14. In case you plan to have the canopy open don't forget the indicator, just to the left of the ladder: Jari
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