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About Jaffajake

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    Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
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    WW2 fighters

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  1. Looking good so far. Keep up the nice work!
  2. I'm in the same boat. Would love to build one but nowhere to put them. Nice start!
  3. Nice work on the jug. That NMF looks clean. Shame about the scratches though. Have fun in Germany!
  4. Good to have you back at the bench Fozzy. I'm sure you can work out a solution to the wing root problem!
  5. Corr you're cranking these out quickly with utmost professionalism. Nice one!
  6. Gahh they're looking rather good!
  7. Hats off to you. I doubt I'd have the patience to paint that many seats. Nice one. Jake
  8. That's one smart looking Emil. Nice job. Jake
  9. Glad you had a great time in Miami! Even though you made one small mistake with the filler pipe/cap, at least you didn't turn a blind eye to other references and corrected it. I'd imagine the pipe would have been corporate colours but the verdict is still out on that one. Good job and keep up the great work! Jake
  10. They look great. Nice job. See you on the RFI!
  11. That's looking very tidy, Dermot. Certainly looks good after the wash. Jake
  12. Ouch. That sounds like some serious modelling is needed then. Good luck with the procedure. Hopefully it isn't as bad as the doctor/dentist makes out.
  13. Now that's a very pretty little thing you've made there!
  14. No no no not the drawer of doom! Can you not make some shims out of plasticard to fill the gap or will that impede gluing the tail section on later?
  15. ManyX magnification needed