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  1. Hi Jan, Any news on the Spitfire Tr.9s?
  2. Many thanks for showing the box and cradle photos, always wondered how people transported models to shows. Cracking model.
  3. Thanks for the responses. My understanding is that whilst the Russian two seaters have canopies more like the Grace spitfire the cockpits are in different locations, ML407 being standard TR9 in that respect, but yes something would have to be done about the rear canopy.
  4. Hello, Are there any plans to re-run the Spitfire Tr.9 kit? I'm hoping to do the Grace spitfire then and now. Regards Andy
  5. With regard to the nose cone did you use PVA/wood glue with the lead shot? It's a known problem in railway modelling circles. The lead shot reacts with the glue and expands. A few years back when liquid lead first came around there were a few instances of burst boilers that had been packed with the lead shot and sealed with PVA.