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  1. Not sure why I've not signed up for this one? Sounds like fun, sign me up V-P. Now what to do?
  2. Nice build Gary, good to see your models again.
  3. Looks a nice kit Matt, not one I've come across before so will be following with intrest.
  4. Nice going, I second your request on how to put a video on a thread as I've also been trying to upload one.
  5. I've just got some AFV club tracks for a Tasca M4a1 I'm building and the fit nicely, I've also used panda plastic's set on another I built a while ago. You need a little slack because of the working suspension the first road wheels coming off the sprocket lift up a little, if you keep the idler free of glue you can rotate around to get a good fit. The AFV club set I used was the 83 link track.
  6. I like it a lot, cheers BM.
  7. I go away for a week and it's come on at a rapid rate, looks fantastic Badder.
  8. Tamiya do a sticker set of Zimmermit which is pretty good, its clear so you can see where you need to cut areas out. I've used it once and i would definitely use them again.
  9. Nice 110, looks fantastic.
  10. Nice going Bernd, glad to hear your aircraft modelling mojo is returning. It looks as though Eduard add or enhance areas of the kits as they go along, there are some Eduard kits with engines the G-6 I'm building has the exhaust with a moulded recess in them.
  11. The main part of the track went together really well, the guide horns were a bit of a pain in the bum.