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Randy Lutz

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About Randy Lutz

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  • Birthday 18/09/1956

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    Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

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  1. Sikorsky CH-124A Sea King

    Much appreciated Gaz. Cheers Randy
  2. Sikorsky CH-124A Sea King

    Thanks much. Cheers Randy
  3. Sikorsky CH-124A Sea King

    Thanks much Cheers Randy
  4. Sikorsky CH-124A Sea King

    Hi Andy I have a second Sea King almost ready for paint and it too will be in the 501-109 scheme. It will be in the short lived Maritime Command markings and should make a nice comparison to the low-viz grey scheme. Cheers Randy
  5. Sikorsky CH-124A Sea King

    Much appreciated Joachim Cheers Randy
  6. Sikorsky CH-124A Sea King

    Thanks Bob Cheers Randy
  7. Sikorsky CH-124A Sea King

    Thank you Cheers Randy
  8. Sikorsky CH-124A Sea King

    Thanks much Cheers Randy
  9. Sikorsky CH-124A Sea King

    Thanks Cheers Randy
  10. Sikorsky CH-124A Sea King

    Thanks Orion. Cheers Randy
  11. Sikorsky CH-124A Sea King

    Thanks Andy I don't recall if any of the RT's make mention of the blade colour, but on my copies of the DND paint specs, they list the colours in addition to the "manufacturer's original finish" and the colour listed for the blades is FS36440. This also seems to be supported by what I see in colour images and a series of photos sent to me by a Sea King pilot out of Shearwater. As for the strut fairings, I thought about removing them, but this kit presents enough problems without searching for more. In addition, one can find as many photos with the covers as without, so that helped make the decision. Cheers Randy
  12. Sikorsky CH-124A Sea King

    Thanks much Cheers Randy
  13. Sikorsky CH-124A Sea King

    Thank you. Cheers Randy
  14. Sikorsky CH-124A Sea King

    Thanks much. The rotor blades are moulded with a natural droop, which is good if modelling them extended. However, if folded, you have to try and eliminate the droop from two of the blades. Cheers Randy
  15. Sikorsky CH-124A Sea King

    Thanks much. Cheers Randy
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