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Hook

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  1. Let me guess - the Pavla set was more than double this amount.? Cheers, Andre
  2. Quite severe. It's almost if they were designed for a different kit altogether. Cheers, Andre
  3. AFAIK these were usually open on the ground. But hey - it's your model... Cheers, Andre
  4. I'm not sure if you're a minority in this. After all, the AT-AT's in 1979's The Empire Strikes Back still look better than their CGI counterparts in the EPisode II / III, Rick Bakers practival werewolf transitions in 1981's An American Werewolf In London blows his CGI werewolf work in Cursed and The Wolfman out of the water, etc. etc. EDIT: a quote from the man himself: Nothings looks outdated faster than cutting edge CGI... Cheers, Andre
  5. Can't go wrong with an F-8 - lovely work so far! Cheers, Andre
  6. Besides, seeng as the imminent release lacks stuff like a commentary track and dleted scenes, Disney may pull another double dip like on TFA. Cheers, Andr
  7. I've tried that - the Hasegawa / RoG doors do not match the wheel wells of the Esci, unfortunately. Cheers, Andre
  8. Thanks. I'll check HaHen, see if they have any in 1/72nd. Cheers, Andre
  9. Norm90? Try finding Norm81 decals..! Cheers, Andre
  10. The best option of a F/A.2 is stil, IMHO, the Whirlybird resin conversion combined with the ESCI / Italeri FRS.1. Cheers, Andre
  11. Still - with the Hasegawa and RoG kits, why seek out the old Matchbox which hasn't ben in production for ages..? The fuselage of both single- and twoseaters have always struck me as being too narrow. Cheers, Andre
  12. Considering that the Matchbox TF-104G had a Vulcan gun port, I would hardly call it accurate... Also,it featured a nosewheel that was on the rear of its bay, as on the singleseaters. Cheers, Andre
  13. I found the intakes a quite awkward fit on the Fujimi, and the underwing inserts do not fit very well. Cheers, Andre
  14. I can send you some line bird leftovers if that would help. Cheers, Andre