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The Wooksta!

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  1. RAF High Altitude Flight colour(s).

    That's pretty much what I was thinking.
  2. RAF High Altitude Flight colour(s).

    More colour options than anything else. Middle East high altitude with Azure blue underneath rather than PRU. I may well do one from the Eduard IX that's languishing part started in a box - it comes with the long span tips as standard.
  3. RAF High Altitude Flight colour(s).

    It's just given me an idea for another one or two Spitfire 9 whiffs as well...
  4. RAF High Altitude Flight colour(s).

    I'd go with either PRU Blue or possibly Azure Blue. The latter is a wonderful shade.
  5. Sea Hornet to be returned to flight!

    The fact that they are willing to simply try to build a complete Hornet is more than good enough for me. All power to them!
  6. Mr Models also has a decent stock of Provosts. He did at the last show I saw him at.
  7. Sea Hornet to be returned to flight!

    Oh. My. God!
  8. Finally.... I know someone who will be very happy with this. Although maybe not with the price. Hi Vince!
  9. I'm not greedy - I only want the one, as I've a few old Airfix ones and a pair of High Planes ones salted away.
  10. Ditto for me. Hopefully, He'll have a few left at Telford.
  11. Maintrack "Project-X" kits

    Quite a few of the later Project X kits were designed by Gordon Stevens - the P.1121, Type 545 and SR.177 being several of his. I've a feeling he did the Box Kits kits too.
  12. Maintrack "Project-X" kits

    No, but Maintrack had several offshoots. Airways and Britavia were two I believe. Also Box Kites and Touch Down.
  13. 1/72 Scale FW 190A - best option?

    If you're building a number, presumably with aftermarket decals, may well be worth getting the overtrees from Eduard. https://www.eduard.com/store/aircraft-and-helicopters/1-72/fw-190a-8-r2-overtrees-1-72.html?cur=1 https://www.eduard.com/store/aircraft-and-helicopters/1-72/fw-190f-8-overtrees-1-72.html?cur=1
  14. AMG 1/72 Bf.109B kit - thoughts, impressions?

    I merely bring the option to the table. The model I saw about ten years back looked okay from what I remember. I'm no accuracy fanatic, especially when it come to the Luftwaffe...
  15. AMG 1/72 Bf.109B kit - thoughts, impressions?

    No, there was definitely another early 109 kit from one of the east European manufacturers, possibly Polish - a friend picked one up in Italy about ten years ago and the resulting model looked better than the Heller kit. For some reason the name Aeroplast keeps coming up in me head. Yep. Definitely Aeroplast and they're still available. A quick search on ebay found these: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MESSERSCHMITT-Bf-109-B-SPANISH-AF-LUFTWAFFE-MKGS-1-72-AEROPLAST-/381942062583?hash=item58ed855df7:g:hBAAAMXQVT9S0oWM http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MESSERSCHMITT-Bf-109-C-SPANISH-LUFTWAFFE-MARKINGS-264-1-72-AEROPLAST-/381697317591?hash=item58deeedad7:g:qVEAAMXQydtTN9Q2 http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MESSERSCHMITT-Bf-109-D-LEGION-CONDOR-LUFTWAFFE-MARK-1-72-AEROPLAST-RARITAT-/361573244947?hash=item542f71e013:g:1~EAAOSw1vlUtYps And they do a T as well, although I suspect that's the old Face kit. I had the Sword 109D but the rear fuselage looked very small.