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  1. Airfix 1/72 Phantom FG.1 in Stock at Hornby

    What a mine of information the last couple of days has been. I've struggled to keep up with it. It's been a bit like watching a top notch tennis rally. Thanks to all concerned not only for the past two days but the whole thread in its entirety. Peter
  2. 1\48 IAF Fouga Magister

    Quite stunning! I can't think of any superlatives that haven't already been used to describe this model. Peter
  3. small schooner ready for sea

    Superb model as always Bob. Peter
  4. F-86D Miss Minooky 1:72

    Does it for me, a fine wee Sabre Dog. Looking forward to the other photos. Peter
  5. Airfix 1/72 Phantom FG.1 in Stock at Hornby

    Now that must be nice.....your own Phantom, and somewhere nice to store it. Peter
  6. Airfix 1/72 Phantom FG.1 in Stock at Hornby

    Okay Dave i'll bite, who DOES it belong to?. I saw it at Yeovilton so assumed wrongly. Never even crossed my mind that it would belong to someone else. I also missed the periscope on the port side of the canopy. Having said that i'm pretty sure that I only saw the stbd side. Cheers Peter
  7. Airfix 1/72 Phantom FG.1 in Stock at Hornby

    Duncan Just as I had thought, the Yeovilton Museum bagged the ex 43 Squadron FG1. Out with the big airbrush, and Walla! an 892 Squadron Phantom complete with nose flash. The nose flash had a Squadron badge on it IRC as opposed to the 77 you'd expect. As said that a/c was the only one that I have seen in FAA colours with the ILS aerials. Peter
  8. Airfix 1/72 Phantom FG.1 in Stock at Hornby

    F-4K Phantom FG1, XV586 / R-010, Royal Navy, may still be at RNAS Yeovilton painted in RN colours. This a/c has the ILS aerials fitted but, is an ex 43 Squadron machine. This is the only RN Phantom that I have seen with the aerials fitted. Though i'd be more than happy to learn of others, you seem to learn new things regarding the British Phantoms every year. Peter
  9. Airfix 2018 range announcement due 10.00 09/01/2018

    On a lighter note.......Maybe Airfix are worried that if they don't sell them cheaper in America, someone may dump them in Boston Harbour. Peter
  10. Vintage-Style Radio Receiver

    What a lovely radio Bob. I would reckon an awful lot of people would love to tune into Radio 4 and the World Service (my favourite, though a lot of repeats), on something as unusual and beautiful as that. Peter
  11. Lovely Sabre with a first class finish. Peter
  12. Notifications - topics, PMs, etc.

    I started getting emails today, after a few days without. Outlook stuck today's ones in the Spam folder.....no surprises there then. I will follow your instructions in the @britmodeller.com part to see what transpires. Peter
  13. Canadair T33

    Oh I do like that! A classic jet in a very tidy scheme. The whole package has that certain something about it. Peter
  14. Forum offline issues

    Good evening Mike I'm not getting the emails any more. I'm on (outlook.com) so it's more than likely a Microsoft thing. I've checked the spam folder just in case. Cheers Peter
  15. Almost 9 Hobbyboss 1/72 F-14 Tomcats

    Nice to see you back Tony. I had figured that life was a wee bit more hectic at Windsor hence not so much time for modelling. Like the attention to detail, with the pylon and rail details. Peter
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