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About TonyTiger66

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    Clearing the path with a teaspoon whilst it still snows.
  • Birthday 05/03/66

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    Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia.
  • Interests
    Spanish, Polish, FAA, Early Jets, Record Breakers.

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  1. A no bombs vote from the Frostie muncher. It keeps it true to the marking scheme. Nice and peaceful after the madness of war . Best regards TonyT
  2. box. Complete with ballerina
  3. From what I read there, this has new conversion parts. It has always been a nice kit. I like all of the Heller interwar French bombers. They're so ugly that they're beautiful! I know, just my opinion . The old KP MB 200 is a similar kit, also one of my favourite kits. I built it once and liked the result. Now the Smer boxings give us different cowlings and front fuselage options. A lot easier to build and get the glazing looking good than in the earlier kit. I hope Smer and AZ go on to improve and embellish as many as they can from this range, I doubt we'll ever see new tools of these and they don't really need recessed panel lines. Great news. Best regards TT
  4. ICM

    One of my favourite aviation subjects. I'm normally a 1/72 person, due to lack of space. However, the I-16 doesn't take a lot of space in 1:48. Time for my Hobby Craft kit to go, this one to take its place TonyT
  5. Nice. I will take a seat. What marking scheme do you plan Alex? Very tidy interior work Best regards TonyT
  6. Ooooo belly dancers ...
  7. drunk, loose in Knutsford
  8. Please count me in. I have two Antarctic R4D kits I wish to build (Esci), a C54 (Italeri) and Li-2 (Amodel) in Polish markings too. All are 1:72. It will force me to do one. Best regards TonyT
  9. This is great news. Very good choice by Airfix . TT
  10. rub liniment on it
  11. Very nice accurate scratch building there Martian For a change I'm not on a mobile device; on this 13" screen the ring is around 2" across in the last photo, and it looks spot on at this huge magnification. Great stuff TonyT
  12. The wing really looks a lot better Johnny . That's a good tip with the primer acting as a guide. Looking forward to the interior coming together Best regards TonyT
  13. down from the ledge
  14. whilst goats boil tripe