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sennapod

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About sennapod

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  • Birthday June 22

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    hertfordshire
  • Interests
    F1, ww2 props, military jets
    Cycling, drumming, cars, music, travelling, theatre

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  1. Can’t reply to for sale threads

    Sorry Bhouse, that was the inevitable auto spellcheck !
  2. Can’t reply to for sale threads

    Thanks blouse for clarifying..in the back of my mind I always new there were two grades of post eg qualifying and non qualifying.....so I’ll have to get EVEN more busy shame as I’ve been a member for several years already, but am just not that active due to ‘life’ getting in the way.k. Still...kids have gone to Uni and I’m considering retirement soon.
  3. Airfix/MPC Monkeemobile

    That’s lovely.locely gloss red finish and good scratch build on those pipes...shame about the slight defect in the decal on the door...perhaps one of those gold paint pens with a very thin nib might make a good repair?
  4. Can’t reply to for sale threads

    Oh ok. I thought the 100 post rule was just for placing ads/starting threads, and not just replying to them. eg the red bit which says... Topic starters must have 100 posts or more to post. Posts from users below this limit will be deleted shame as there are some tasty offerings there...I think I’m on 93 posts - so will have to get my activity up a bit... thanks for the replies chaps. richard
  5. Simply put...I can see no way of replying to posts on the for sale forum. I see no reply box or button, and no other links with which to respond. Thry are current/active threads eg The one about richard leaving the UK presently on the top other threads on similar topics talk about permissions issues etc - could that be the case here? I’m using an IPad Pro... thanks in in advance for any help.
  6. Ford Escort RS1600 Mk1

    Lovely model.those flared wheel arches are beautiful.
  7. Airfix Ferrari 250LM 1/32

    I too am currently making one of these; thought I'd be a one-off with a model everyone had forgotten about, but you've beaten me too it. Like buses, you wait for one, and....... the fit on mine is not as good as yours, esp at the front of the nose where there is a noticeable step between upper and lower body parts.am presently wondering if filler,or sanding, is the answer. i may have to post a WIP, or maybe just wait until finished and put in RFI. BTW for Alan R - The Ford 3 litre IS presently available in the shops.
  8. Reviews - can anyone post?

    So, if there's a kit we'd like to see reviewed or, more likely, have purchased a kit ourselves that we'd like to submit a review for, is either of those possible?
  9. Model Market (Hamex) Show Sunday 29th January

    I'll try to get the correct weekend this time ( was a week early for the last show in December)
  10. Which movies trigger your modelling itch?

    Agreed, that scene is fantastic; not just for the planes but for the release of emotion it brings
  11. HAMEX Show Saturday 3rd December

    Well, I had a very senior moment (I'm only 52 !) and went LAST weekend.... have to say, though, that Hanslope is a lovely quiet village might thave another go THIS Saturday
  12. AC Aceca - back from the dead

    Roy - how do you reassemble the base plate to the body. I've had mixed luck with both rivets & araldite, and also self-tapping screws. What works best for you?
  13. Totally agreed. Fab model - thought it was real
  14. Spot of the day!

    I saw a DeLorean in Chesham (Bucks) yesterday - my first real one ( i.e. Not on film) ever ....only taken about 30+ years....
  15. Revell 1/16 karmann ghia

    That does look good - put it a more neutral setting for the pic and you could be persuaded it was a real one !
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